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The R.I. State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, for the fourth consecutive year, purchased gifts to help a family in need at Christmas. The family, including four children, was … more
PAROCHIAL VICAR Reverend Nuno Miguel da Silva Rodrigues, CSSp, to Parochial Vicar, St. Anthony Parish, West Warwick, and Parochial Vicar, St. Francis Xavier Parish, East Providence, effective … more
The popular Ridley Scott film, “Gladiator,” attracted a great deal of attention back in the year 2000 when it was released. The ads for the film had a dramatic voiceover about “a … more
The Visitation of the Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe DIOCESE-WIDE — The Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe will be visiting the diocese in various parishes throughout Rhode … more
PROVIDENCE — When Lisa Cooley learned that she was Rhode Island Right to Life’s 2023 Proudly Pro-Life awardee, she was stunned. “It was totally unexpected. I feel like I’m … more
By Cole DeSantis Rhode Island Catholic Correspondent GREENVILLE — St. Philip Church recently hosted a pro-life lecture series focusing on various practical and theological topics surrounding … more
(OSV News) — Pope Francis told diplomats Jan. 8 that he finds surrogacy “deplorable” and would like to see the practice universally banned. “I deem deplorable the practice of … more
PROVIDENCE — The 99th Catholic Charity appeal kicks off in the Diocese of Providence this week with its 2024 theme “A State of Hope.” In his first year of ministry in the Diocese of … more
PORTSMOUTH — The Knights of Columbus Rooney Council 3618 in Portsmouth, was awarded the distinction of Star Council, the international organization’s top honor for local councils. The … more
VATICAN CITY — “Tonight, our hearts are in Bethlehem, where the Prince of Peace is once more rejected by the futile logic of war, by the clash of arms that even today prevents him from … more
WASHINGTON — Catholics nationwide are invited to pray “9 Days for Life,” an annual Respect Life novena starting Tuesday, January 16. In the Catholic Church, a ‘novena’ … more
BARRINGTON — Sister Genevieve Lawler, O.C.D., of the Carmelite Monastery in Barrington, passed peacefully into eternal life on December 16, 2023, a few weeks after her 90th birthday. Born in … more
I hope that the Christmas and New Years celebrations offered all of us a break from routine and time with family and friends. It is good thing to end the year and begin a new one engaged with the … more
PROVIDENCE — Bishop Richard G. Henning cordially invites you to a conversation on the future of the Church with the rector of his Roman alma mater, the Pontifical University of St. Thomas … more
PAWTUCKET — It’s just a little before noon on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. The light of the sun passes through a series of stained-glass windows, only to be magnified by the … more
PROVIDENCE — More than 200 middle school students from parishes throughout the diocese gathered at the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul for a retreat centered on the theme of defining hope and … more
PAWTUCKET — Saint Raphael Academy will induct new members into its Hall of Fame this spring, honoring those who have had a long association and outstanding record of service and loyalty to the … more
Amani Migwi, an 8th grade student at St. Margaret’s School in East Providence has been selected as the champion of the Rhode Island State Council Knights of Columbus Essay Contest. All … more
NARRAGANSETT — The Office for Religious for the Diocese of Providence recently held its Fall Day of Recollection for Men and Women Religious. The day’s events were meant to spiritually … more
When Pope Francis opened the first meeting of the Synod on Synodality last October in Rome, the 363 voting participants came from all over the world. And for the first time, according to news … more
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