“Why do you seek the living one among the dead?” (Lk 24:5) These iconic words of the angels to the pious women who went to the tomb on Easter morn summarize the core of our Easter faith, that Jesus is the “Living One.” On Easter Day and throughout the Easter Season we continue to proclaim our firm belief that Jesus is alive. That proclamation, though, leads to another important question. If Jesus is alive, where does he live? And the truth is that Jesus lives in many places, in many ways.
Monsignor Anthony Mancini, Rector of the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, celebrated the Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper on Holy Thursday, April 14. Click to see photos on our diocesan Twitter account!
Yesterday evening, Monday, April 11, Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of Providence, celebrated the Chrism Mass joined by Most Rev. Robert C. Evans, Auxiliary Bishop, and many diocesan clergy, religious, and faithful at the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul in Providence. Click to see photos on our diocesan Twitter account!
Sunday, April 10, commemorating Our Lord's entry into Jerusalem, Bishop Thomas J. Tobin celebrated Holy Mass for Palm Sunday of the Passion of Our Lord from the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, Providence. Click to see photos on our diocesan Twitter account!
Sat., April 9 thru Sun., April 17: many of these special Holy Masses will be live streamed from the Cathedral on the diocesan YouTube channel. Visit YouTube.com and search “Diocese of Providence.” Click for schedule!
PROVIDENCE, R.I.—Following an extensive, nationwide search, Most Rev. Thomas J. Tobin, Bishop of Providence, has appointed Dr. James Power as Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Providence.
*TWO ACTION ALERTS* - These two issues to be heard by the RI House Judiciary this Thurs., April 7 : (1) Multiple Pro-Life Measures to Protect Preborn Babies and (2) Assisted Suicide. Please click to support LIFE and take Action NOW! Thank you!
Based on a true story, Father Stu is an unflinchingly honest, funny and ultimately uplifting drama about a lost soul who finds his purpose in a most unexpected place. Click to learn more/find a cinema near you!
The celebration of of the 150th anniversary of the Diocese of Providence continues Thurs., April 21 with the “Hillbilly Thomists” in Concert at Providence College! Seating limited, reservations required. Click for more.