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PROVIDENCE — Fast tempo talent, high energy vocal harmony and complete joy for the Lord — that’s what The Hillbilly Thomists brought to the stage during their long-awaited evening … more
While traveling home recently, for a long overdue visit to family and friends, I encountered several interesting situations – and people – that seemed to be a microcosm of the culture in … more
St. Augustine Knights, Men of St. Joseph to host First Devotion Saturday PROVIDENCE — The St. Augustine Council Knights of Columbus, Men of St. Joseph and Relevant Radio will host The First … more
PROVIDENCE —The soft strum of ukulele strings echoed in the hallways of Sacred Heart School in East Providence. As excited as they were unsure, students opened boxes, then held their new … more
In this photo from The Providence Visitor, November 4, 1994, third graders from St. Philomena School in Portsmouth take a break after performing a Bavarian folk dance. New school memories will be … more
A very joyous St. John shares a moment of personal satisfaction when his Book of Revelations records the worldwide praise accorded to God at the end of time: “Then I heard every creature in … more
As widely reported by the Catholic press, the bishops of the United States received the official confirmation from the Holy See for the new Program for Priestly Formation (PPF). Although the text … more
In 2016, Pope Francis inaugurated the first ever jubilee “Year of Mercy” for the universal Church. On various occasions, the Holy Father has commented on the merciful gaze of the Father, … more
TO THE EDITOR:   At various points in time the cross of Christ has been co-opted by groups whose message is inconsistent with Christian teaching. The medieval crusaders emblazoned the … more
  TO THE EDITOR:   Pope Francis’ Easter message repeated the words “peace” and “reconciliation.” He also preaches “love” and … more
TO THE EDITOR:   Philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre, in his recent work “God, Philosophy, Universities,” demonstrates the pivotal role theology studies play in the inherited … more
Reflecting on a Lenten Journey In keeping with their Lenten journey, Mrs. Ciunci’s fourth grade class at St. Rocco School created pictures each representing a Station of the Cross. The class … more
VATICAN CITY — The joy of Christ’s resurrection is needed now more than ever in a time when war in Ukraine and other parts of the world makes the hope for peace seem like an illusion, … more
WARWICK — Fr. Robert L. Marciano, KHS '75 and Bishop Hendricken High School will host its annual gala on Saturday, April 30, 2022 at 6pm. Epoch: The 2022 Gala for Hendricken will feature food, … more
When Jesus appeared to his disciples after the Resurrection, he greeted them with the simple words, “Peace be with you.” This follows upon what Jesus said to them at the Last Supper: … more
Afternoon of MusicWARREN — St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 500 Metacom Ave., will host a free afternoon of music on April 24, from 1-4 p.m., outside on the church grounds. Entertainment will be … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — St. Mary Academy – Bay View (“Bay View”) announces the Bay View Players are back with their first, live, cabaret-style performance since 2019. “Cabaret … more
The Divine Mercy devotion dates back to 1931, when a young Polish nun named Faustina Kowalska was granted a vision of Jesus with two rays of light coming out of his heart. Jesus told her to have a … more
The Nativity School of Worcester, a Jesuit-run institution, has been displaying a Black Lives Matter flag as well as a gay pride rainbow flag outside its building for more than a year. This situation … more
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