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PROVIDENCE — Three neighboring parishes in Providence and North Providence which have been united by combined efforts and a shared pastor since 2013 will now become formally united as a single … more
When I see the heavens, the work of your hands, the moon and the stars which you arranged, what is man that you should keep him in mind, mortal man that you care for him? (Ps 8:4-5) Psalm 8 is a … more
St. Mary’s on Broadway to host traditional 40 hours devotionPROVIDENCE — Faithful are invited to cover any of the uninterrupted 40 hours of devotion from Dec. 8 — Dec. 10. Sign up … more
PROVIDENCE — For 97 years, the two-story red brick building on Gordon Avenue across from St. Michael Church has served as a place of learning, first as a parish school, and now as the home of … more
PROVIDENCE — On Wednesday, October 16, local members of the Knights of Malta met at Providence College to organize the Malta Walk, a charitable event to help the poor of the city of … more
PROVIDENCE — Louise Dussault — widely known as “Duce” — has spent the last 34 years serving the Diocese of Providence as the Director of Catholic Youth Ministry. In … more
The solemnity of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin in the womb of St. Anne should be both a festive and a reflective celebration for Christians of the 21st century. The young girl Mary … more
TO THE EDITOR: Reading George Weigel’s column [“President Biden, Archbishop Paglia and the Mortification of the Church,” Nov. 10] is like listening to a band that can play only … more
TO THE EDITOR: The opinion expressed by George Weigel in “The Catholic Difference” in the November 10th edition of the Rhode Island Catholic is spot on.It is disheartening to faithful … more
TO THE EDITOR: It appears that George Weigel is an authority on geriatric medicine and President Joe Biden. In the November 10th edition of the paper, he denigrates our president, with Mr. … more
Both St. Mark and St. Matthew reveal a curious characteristic of Jesus’s mission in their Gospel narrations. On several occasions, Jesus warns those he heals to keep quiet. For instance, after … more
When Bishop Tobin kicked off the beginning of this year’s “Keep the Heat On” challenge, which he initiated almost 18 years ago upon coming to Providence, he encouraged the students … more
PROVIDENCE — On Wednesday, Nov. 23, the day before Thanksgiving, the faithful of the diocese got their first glimpse of the shepherd who will eventually succeed the eighth Bishop of Providence, … more
PROVIDENCE —As the Season of Advent began this past week, so did the 18th season of Bishop Thomas J. Tobin’s “Keep the Heat On” program, which continues to offer great hope … more
On Sunday, Nov. 20, Father Albert Ranallo was officially installed by Auxiliary Bishop Robert C. Evans as the pastor of St. Francis of Assisi Parish. Several former pastors of the parish were in … more
PROVIDENCE — Rev. Deacon John E. Croy died in Providence on November 18, 2022.Born in Dayton, Ohio, in 1936, he was the first child of the late Theodore W. Croy and Katherine (Bell) Croy.Deacon … more
More than 40 guests shared a Thanksgiving meal at the diocesan Emmanuel House Shelter. Staff and volunteers served a traditional meal of turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, vegetables, and … more
PROVIDENCE — On Monday, Nov. 21, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin signed a canonical decree approving the establishment of the Chesterton Academy of Our Lady of Hope, a new Catholic high school for the … more
‘A Bit of Christmas Music’ event plannedWARREN — St. Thomas the Apostle Church will host Gary James Farias’ “A Bit of Christmas Music” on December 3, from 5:30 - … more
It is very appropriate that we gather today, on the day before Thanksgiving – the day when we pause to recall and to thank Almighty God for all of the gifts and blessings which he has given us. … more
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