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In his book “Out of the Ashes: Rebuilding American Culture,” Professor Anthony Esolen asks, “What is the single condition of a boy’s life that correlates most strongly with … more
The oldest man on earth at the present time (according to Guinness World Records) is from Venezuela. His name is Juan Vicente Perez Mora, and he was born on May 27, 1909. That makes him 113 years … more
The taking of the Blessed Cup at a Catholic Mass is just as important to the full meaning of the sacrament as the reception of the Sacred Host. The Body must be eaten and the Blood must be drunk, at … more
TO THE EDITOR: The Guest Editorial of June 9, by Father Douglas J. Spina, “America is called to live its Judeo-Christian Roots,” is one of the finest and most memorable columns I have … more
TO THE EDITOR: In 1770, five Americans were massacred in Boston sparking a Revolution.More than 250 years later, two 18-year-olds massacre 10 innocent patrons in a grocery store and 19 third and … more
TO THE EDITOR: In Rhode Island Catholic’s June 2 editorial regarding the reception of Holy Communion, the editorial ends by stating “Those who unrepentantly promote the destruction of … more
Twenty-nine-year-old Dom Brand of South Carolina, in an apparently random act in 2020, shot and killed an 80-year-old woman named Mary Ann Elvington. His action resulted in several tragedies … more
Women’s Bible StudyPROVIDENCE — Come learn about the women of the Old Testament, why their stories matter, and what you can learn from them that might apply to your own life, in this … more
Each year in the springtime, following the Solemnities of Pentecost, the Most Holy Trinity, and Corpus Christi, the Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, one of the most … more
PROVIDENCE — Join Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, D. D., Bishop of Providence, celebrant and homilist, for this special Solemn Holy Mass marking the closing of the Diocese of Providence’s … more
PROVIDENCE — If you've seen the Diocese of Providence share about the Catholic faith on Scripture Sunday, Marian Monday and Wisdom Wednesday via Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, or watched our … more
The staff of Mother of Hope Camp are busy preparing for a wonderful summer on Echo Lake. The traditional outdoor summer day camp program at Mother of Hope Camp (aka Mater Spei) offers children age … more
Probably the most often repeated words within the Christian community are: “In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” Every liturgical celebration and each pious … more
Something that Pope Francis said at a recent audience, while speaking about prayer, caught my attention. The Holy Father said: “If you have some wound in your heart, some pain, and you want to … more
PROVIDENCE — With three weeks to go until the Diocese of Providence’s 2022 Annual Catholic Charity Appeal closes, the campaign has reached 98% of its goal, with $6,643,443 in total gifts … more
WASHINGTON — Religious Freedom Week takes place June 22-29. It begins with the feast day of Sts. Thomas More and John Fisher, includes the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, and ends with the … more
PROVIDENCE — On Saturday, June 4, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin, D.D., ordained Deacon Mark Gabriel Gadoury to the priesthood at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul.The Rite of Ordination was an … more
WASHINGTON (CNS) — Several U.S. bishops spoke out against the easy accessibility to guns in the country following a May 24 rampage that left at least 19 children and two of their elementary … more
CUMBERLAND — When Deacon Mark Gabriel Gadoury is ordained to the Order of the Priesthood on Saturday, June 4, his very religious and close-knit family will be witnessing the momentous occasion … more
PORTSMOUTH — A St. Philomena School student could soon have his art on the Google homepage for hundreds of millions to see. Google is announcing the 54 State and Territory winners in its 14th … more
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