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PROVIDENCE — The Diocese of Providence granted $411,637.10 in heating assistance this season, the most aid it has provided in the 17-year history of Bishop Thomas J. Tobin’s Keep the Heat … more
PROVIDENCE — On Sunday, May 15, Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan, Archbishop of New York City, delivered a special presentation at the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul as part of the Diocese of … more
Francis “Fran” P. Clossick, 86, of North Kingstown, passed away peacefully at home with his family by his side, on Friday, May 13, 2022. He was the beloved husband of Kathleen E. … more
WESTERLY — Michael J. Najim passed away on May 10, 2022, at the Westerly Health Center.Mike was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He was the son of Jabran and Eva Najim. He grew up in New … more
WARWICK — Richard, Regina B. (Avery), a resident of Warwick since 1946, died on May 12, 2022. She was the beloved wife of the late Edward F. Richard for 62 years and the mother of the late … more
NEWPORT — Gerald J. Taillon, age 90, passed away peacefully at St. Clare Home in Newport on Tuesday, May 10, 2022. He was the loving husband of the late Claire E. (Bernard) Taillon. Born in … more
If you follow Catholic news at all, you’re no doubt aware that Cardinal Joseph Zen, 90 years old and former bishop of Hong Kong, was recently arrested by the Chinese Communist government and … more
Support group for those who have lost a spouseWESTERLY — If you are searching for hope and peace after the death of your spouse, St. Pius X Church invites you to participate in the Season of … more
By Laura KilgusAssistant EditorPORTSMOUTH — Bring chairs, blankets, coolers and snacks and relax by the bay as students from Catholic schools across Rhode Island inspire through the gift of the … more
PROVIDENCE — Although the frontlines themselves have finally faded, the bravery displayed by frontline workers over the past two years continues to inspire gratitude in the Diocese of … more
Certainly, the longest running feud within the Judaeo-Christian tradition is the struggle between faith and works. The first generation of Christians inherited from their Jewish ancestors a tendency … more
In this undated photo, Franciscan Missionary of Mary Sister Virginia Daly handles the records as teenagers dance. Sister Daly died on August 22, 2010 at St. Antoine Residence in North Smithfield at … more
If your argument is not so great, just intimidate.That’s the contemporary philosophy of the “woke progressives” who currently control most of the secular media and academic … more
It’s no secret that parental rights are currently under attack in many communities nationwide. This is being done by politicians, teachers and school board members who are intent on educating … more
WARWICK — Bishop Hendricken High School is proud to announce the launch of Hendricken Cares, a new initiative aimed at helping students navigate wellness, and the challenges that come with it, … more
RUMFORD — On Thursday, April 28, students from Saint Margaret School were provided a unique opportunity to tour “Shower to Empower.” Shower to Empower is a mobile unit which … more
After much preparation, the second graders from St. Joseph School in West Warwick celebrated their First Holy Communion on May 1. more
On April 28, the St. Augustine Knights of Columbus hosted Mark Kravatz, executive director of Providence Habitat for Humanity, who spoke on volunteer opportunities with the organization. Since 1987, … more
PROVIDENCE — Providence College (PC) announced today that the PC School of Business’s (PCSB) Part-Time MBA Program was featured among the top 100 part-time MBA programs nationally in the … more
NEW ORLEANS — Monsignor Clarke School principal, Dr. Arthur Lisi, and the school’s director of admissions and development, Sara Marshall, were invited to present at the National Catholic … more
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