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NEWPORT — Salve Regina University and the University of Saint Joseph (West Hartford, Conn.), both Mercy institutions, have partnered to develop a pathway leading to a bachelor’s degree … more
The Saint Philip Community Assisted Partnership (C.A.P.) Program is a new and exciting learning initiative, designed exclusively for middle school students at St. Philip School, Greenville. Through … more
CRANSTON — Peter Kreeft, Ph.D., professor of Philosophy at Boston College, will speak on “Spiritual Warfare: How People of Faith Can Combat Unholy Influences in Society,” on Sunday, … more
Seminarians Aidan Blanchette and Anthony Caruso represent Our Lady of Providence Seminary at the 2022 Bishop Hendricken College Fair in Warwick. Our Lady of Providence Seminary is a regional seminary … more
On September 15, two planes landed in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts. Onboard were 50 undocumented migrants from Venezuela looking to find refuge. This event follows similar stories of … more
While on the plane home after his three day trip to Kazakhstan, Pope Francis answered questions from journalists. One journalist questioned the pope regarding the sale of weapons to Ukraine. The pope … more
When the Ukrainian invasion by Russia first occurred six months ago, the prayers of many rightfully begged God for a swift and safe resolution to this unhappy conflict. The neighborhood Ukrainian … more
The Pro-Life Ministry at St. Joseph’s Church in Woonsocket held their first National Day of Remembrance memorial service at Resurrection Cemetery, Cumberland, on September 10. more
CUMBERLAND — On Saturday, Sept. 10, the annual Diocesan Youth Day was held at Our Lady of Fatima Church in Cumberland. The event was attended by approximately 150 high school and college-aged … more
PROVIDENCE — For years after parish and other assignments, priests in the Diocese of Providence continue to serve Christ and the faithful through many selfless efforts. Many may not realize … more
PROVIDENCE — In its continuing mission to strengthen financial accountability throughout its operations, the Diocese of Providence provides a means for anyone who suspects financial misconduct … more
Bishop Thomas J. Tobin celebrated Mass at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul on Sept. 10, during which the Missionary Sisters Servants of the Word community received two new novices, while four … more
Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof, but only say the word, and my soul shall be healed. As you know, some of the words of the Mass change frequently, depending on the … more
Traveling Rosary CongressPROVIDENCE — The Diocese of Providence will host the Traveling Rosary Congress from October 1- 7. The Rosary Congress is a weeklong period of intense, around the clock … more
The Diocesan Office of Life and Family Ministry held a gathering of prayer on Sept. 10 at the Guardian Angel statue in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Riverside, to commemorate National Day of Remembrance. … more
The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola RetreatWEST WARWICK — Called by Name Ministry is offering “The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola — A Retreat in Daily … more
PROVIDENCE — Our Lady of Providence Seminary marked the opening of its new academic year on Sept. 6 with Holy Mass celebrated by Bishop Thomas J. Tobin, followed by a dinner with the … more
NARRAGANSETT — Father Joseph Creedon, a senior priest in the Diocese of Providence known around the country for his writings and public speaking, has published a devotional book titled … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Just before the pandemic, Karen Nerney, a fourth grade teacher at Sacred Heart School and director of the Sacred Heart Players, felt called to write a play about St. Teresa of … more
On September 8, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin celebrated the Opening of School Mass at Bishop Hendricken High School in Warwick. “With faith as our guide, we look forward to a productive, safe, and … more
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