As the Diocese of Providence celebrates its 150th anniversary through June 26, 2022, Rhode Island Catholic is featuring profiles of the eight men who have served as diocesan shepherds through its history.
The bishop said that observance of the Diocese of Providence’s sesquicentennial this year is a perfect time for everyone to reflect on how the Catholic Charity Appeal has enabled the benevolent mission of the Church for most of those 150 years and how it will position the diocese well to continue that mission into the future.
The Annual Respect for Life Mass will be celebrated tomorrow at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 15 in the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Providence. Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of Providence, will be the main celebrant. The Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe will be on the altar for veneration during Mass.
After 22 years, since the idea was first conceived for The Prout School to develop a first-rate athletic field for high school students to play soccer and lacrosse, major steps forward have been taken to make that dream a reality...
Join Bishop Tobin and Father Ruggieri for a Holy Mass for LIFE in the Cathedral January 15 at 9 a.m. In addition, the Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe will be in the Cathedral this special morning for veneration.
“We hope that many Catholics, non-Catholic Christians and non-Christians will be able to take the survey, letting us know about their experience of the Catholic Church. We hope to get feedback regarding both positive and negative experiences with the Church.”
Due to the recent weather reports predicting severe winter conditions for Friday, January 7, the the Chancery Office Building, located at One Cathedral Square, Providence, RI, will be closed. We will reopen Monday, January 10 at 8:30 a.m.