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By Cole DeSantisRhode Island Catholic CorrespondentPROVIDENCE — As the Church celebrates another Catholic Schools Week, we are afforded an opportunity to reflect on how recent events have … more
In 2023, Rhode Island Catholic will bring readers Q&As from the great educators from all around our schools in the Diocese of Providence, and we think you’ll enjoy getting to know what … more
PROVIDENCE — Noting the words of St. Paul, “For we walk by faith, not by sight,” (II Cor 5:7), Bishop Thomas J. Tobin this week launched the 2023 Catholic Charity Appeal in the … more
PROVIDENCE — Father David Mary Engo, O.F.M., delivered an Advent mission at St. Pius V Parish in Providence centering on the theme of the Eucharist. The Dec. 5 presentation was one of the … more
(OSV News) — “Lord, I love you.” For many who knew him or studied his works, Pope Benedict XVI’s final words before his death Dec. 31 encapsulated the message of his papacy, … more
PROVIDENCE — Surrounded by his close friends, his brother priests, and members of Rhode Island’s Latino community, Father Raymond Tetrault, 87, died on January 3, 2023, two days shy of … more
PROVIDENCE — Two neighboring parishes which have long collaborated and shared a pastor, staff, programs, and resources will now be formally combined. After consulting the diocesan College of … more
PROVIDENCE — All are invited to a Holy Mass of Reception to welcome Bishop Richard G. Henning as Coadjutor Bishop of Providence on Thursday, Jan. 26, at 2 p.m. in the Cathedral of Saints Peter … more
At his own initiative, and with the support of the Diocese of Providence, Father Derek J. Puleo has petitioned for and has received a dispensation from all the obligations associated with the sacred … more
Prayer suddenly became acceptable in the public square in the aftermath of the horrific injury suffered by Buffalo Bills’ defensive back Damar Hamlin on January 2, which took place in front of … more
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI was laid to rest in Rome last Thursday, following a simple but beautiful funeral Mass in St. Peter’s Square. Before he was elected Pope in 2005, Benedict (then … more
An old pastor once told me that many priests enjoy a special relationship with the man serving as Pope when they were in the seminary. At least in the contemporary period, it is true that precisely … more
Many readers were no doubt taught as children to proclaim silently “My Lord and My God!” when the sacred host was elevated at the consecration of the Mass. This pious devotion has been … more
PROVIDENCE — Father Raymond Tetrault is being remembered for his strong support of the Hispanic community and for his talents as an artistFather Raymond, as he was known, died on January 3, … more
PROVIDENCE — On January 5, hours after Pope Benedict XVI’s funeral Mass was celebrated in St. Peter’s Square and the casket containing his body brought down to the crypt below the … more
Tens of thousands of people were present in St. Peter’s Square for the funeral of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI on Jan. 5. Following the funeral Mass, Father Mark Gadoury, associate pastor of St. … more
By Silvia Aldredge, Special to Rhode Island CatholicNASONVILLE — St. Thérèse Church and Shrine of the Little Flower, a mission of Our Lady of Good Help Parish, celebrated the … more
The Visitation of the Missionary Image of Our Lady of GuadalupePROVIDENCE — The Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe will be visiting the diocese in various parishes throughout Rhode … more
I have a framed, printed blessing hanging in my home, a gift from a religious sister in Ohio many years ago. It begins with these words: “May you be steadfast on your journey, powered by the … more
VATICAN CITY — Tens of thousands of people streamed through St. Peter’s Basilica to pay their last respects to the late Pope Benedict XVI.While Rome authorities had predicted between … more
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