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It can be disturbing to watch a nation whose motto is “Liberté, églalité, fraternité” fall into civil collapse and chaos. There is no liberty, equality or … more
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — At their annual June Plenary Assembly, the bishops of the United States held a canonical consultation on a possible cause of beatification and canonization for Adele Brise. … more
When I was a kid, my main form of media consumption was books. I used to go to the library and check out four or five Hardy Boys books at a time. I don’t know why I never got into Nancy Drew (I … more
Gabriel’s Trumpet to hold sidewalk sale COVENTRY — Gabriel’s Trumpet Catholic Bookstore, 477 Washington St., will be hold a sidewalk sale on Saturday, June 22, from 10 a.m. - 2:30 … more
In contemporary culture some people misunderstand the nature of the Catholic Church, imagining it as a kind of supranational corporation in which the Holy Father issues the marching orders for … more
Rhode Island Catholic is celebrating the 2024 Catholic High School Grads in this week's print edition. Call 401-272-1010 to order your copy! more
PROVIDENCE — For the third consecutive year, the annual Catholic Charity Appeal in the Diocese of Providence has surpassed 100% of its goal, garnering $7.3 million in pledges so far, and is on … more
GREENVILLE — Encouragement, physical and emotional healing, relaxation, joy and companionship: There are an endless list of benefits that three-year-old Georgi, a playful and loving Cavachon … more
At the beginning of June, the American College of Pediatricians (ACP) issued a declaration titled “Doctors Protecting Children.” More than 100 doctors, nurses, therapists and research … more
My husband is the favorite of our household. All our children prefer my husband over me, and I don’t blame them one bit. He has a wonderful, positive attitude, is almost always ready to have a … more
St. Anthony of Padua, whose feast is June 13, is often depicted holding an open Bible on which the Christ child sits with a hand raised in blessing. The tender image does not commemorate an event in … more
EAST GREENWICH — Our Lady of Mercy School’s co-ed soccer team captured the CAL State Championship in a decisive battle with a 1-0 win over St. Pius V, Providence on Friday, June 7 at La … more
CRANSTON — Thousands of pieces of art lined the walls as students Immaculate Conception Catholic Regional School, or ICCRS, prepared for their second annual art show on May 22, but that was not … more
BRISTOL — In spite of the relatively small size of their operation – their priest and retirement home currently houses only 14 retired priests –­ t­he Columban Fathers in … more
St. Rocco School, Johnston, held a 60th anniversary celebration on Saturday, May 4, with Mass, followed by a reception in Café Rocco. Alumni, family and friends were all present to celebrate … more
Faith on Fire GREENVILLE — Young adults (ages 18-29) are invited to an evening around the fire, Fridays: June 14, July 26, August 9, 7- 9 p.m., at St. Philip Church, which includes a talk from … more
Studies have demonstrated over and again that children have their best opportunity to thrive when they enjoy the blessing of a mother and a father. This is not to lessen the heroic contribution of … more
(OSV News) — Summer is here, and it’s time to travel Catholic America. You’ll find vibrant expressions of Catholic faith in every state — in grand cathedrals and teeny … more
NARRAGANSETT — Donald Joseph Sullivan, age 94, of Narragansett, passed away peacefully Wednesday, May 22, 2024, in South Kingstown. Donald, the son of Charles P. and Marie Josephine (Flynn) … more
Council of Priests Bishop Henning has appointed the Reverend John C. Codega to serve as a member of the Diocesan Council of Priests replacing Bishop James Ruggieri, effective immediately. more
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