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The summer months provide ample time for relaxation and retreat from the busyness of the year’s many tasks. Even Jesus recognized the need for rest. Witnessing the stress experienced by his … more
In his apostolic voyage to Canada, Pope Francis apologized for the acts of abuse committed against Indigenous Peoples by Catholics and other political leaders in Canada’s residential school … more
In an act of self-defense, convenience store clerk Jose Alba fatally stabbed 35-year-old Austin Simon on July 1, after Simon violently attacked the 61-year-old Alba behind the counter of the Harlem … more
The lame attempts of certain pro-choice politicians to justify baby-killing in America often border on the delusional. Case in point: Vice President Kamala Harris’ recent statement that … more
Having been recently ordained a priest this past June 4, one of the most frequently asked questions I receive is, “what is it like being a priest now?” Borrowing the words of one of my … more
Our Constitution enumerates two important principles: First, that a citizen has the freedom to exercise his or her religion. Second, that the government may not establish, impose, or favor any one … more
In the mid-90’s, my classmates and I explored the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul for the first time. St. Catherine Parish’s Director of Religious Education, Martha Capaldi, arranged a … more
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 principal architects of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights: Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Benjamin Franklin, as well as other founding contributors, embraced and incorporated … more
Last week, Salvatore Cordileone, Archbishop of San Francisco, declared that Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a member of his Archdiocese, cannot be admitted to Holy Communion. This declaration came … more
On June 6, 1944, 160,000 allied troops landed in Normandy, France, to begin the liberation of mainland Europe from Nazi Germany occupation. The invasion was the result of months of planning, … more
In October 2021, the chief operating officer of one of Rhode Island’s popular mainstay’s, Allie’s Donuts, resigned amid controversy. After the store eliminated discounts for … more
A recent report from the United States Department of Health and Human Services catalogues a variety of mental disorders – including severe anxiety and depression – that increased … more
If your argument is not so great, just intimidate.That’s the contemporary philosophy of the “woke progressives” who currently control most of the secular media and academic … more
It’s no secret that parental rights are currently under attack in many communities nationwide. This is being done by politicians, teachers and school board members who are intent on educating … more
What is the choice? Is it to kill or not to kill an innocent, defenseless human being? A majority of elected RI representatives and senators have already passed a radical New York pro-abortion law … more
A female sharpshooter nicknamed “Lady Death” has recently become a Ukrainian folk hero for defiantly attacking Russian soldiers undercover. The young markswoman fought for several years … more
Young boys and girls throughout Catholic parishes in Rhode Island receive their First Holy Communion in the month of May. Dressed in suits and dresses they approach the altar of the Lord for the … more
While supply line shortages continue to disrupt daily life, one product remains abundant: “cheap grace.” In 1937, Lutheran theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer published “The Cost of … more
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