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WITH GRATITUDE AND ESTEEM –Pastor's Corner [May 20] Friday night our church was filled with friends and well wishes for the men and women who are first responders and serve in the military as our choir and the combined choirs of St. Rita and St. Timothy inspired us with their songs to thank and salute our honored guests. The night began with the combined color guard of the Warwick Police and Fire departments followed by a rousing version of the National Anthem to start this annual night of song and patriotic tribute. We welcomed Colonel Brad Connor, Chief of the Warwick Police Department and Chief Peter McMichaels of the Warwick Fire Department as well as our good friends Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Reginald Centracchio and his wife, Linda, and the veterans who have served our nation. We were joined by the Ocean State Pops Orchestra and their fantastic and inspiring music. What a great way to begin the summer season and to ring in Memorial Day next weekend. Thanks to all of our performers and everyone who came to honor and thank our heroes!  Watch livestreamed Memorial Concert: Honoring Our Heroes

SPEAKING  OF OUR VETERANS–All are invited to the annual Bishop Hendricken Memorial Day Prayer Service remembering all those veterans who have passed to the other shore. On Tuesday, May 28 at 10 a.m. in the Dr. Harrop Theater we will gather for prayers and ceremonies. Our keynote speaker will be the Director of Veteran Affairs for the State of Rhode Island, Commander (USN Ret.) Kasim Yarn. Special guests include Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Reginald Centracchio; retired Adjutant General for RI, Brigadier Gen. Thomas Hannon; and Chaplain Lt. Col. Father David Thurber, who will offer the invocation and benediction. Special presentations will be made for Hendricken seniors entering West Point and enlisted military duties upon graduation. As a nation, we are ever grateful to those who have served, their families, and those who continue to serve and keep us safe. A reception for all guests follows in the President’s dining room. You can enter the school by the front doors on Warwick Avenue near the flag pole. Please join us as we pause and remember.

Have a great week and God bless,  Fr. Bob Marciano


 APRIL IS ABUSE PREVENTION AWARENESS MONTH

PREVENTING CHILD ABUSE IS A SACRED TASK
By Bishop Richard G. Henning
The first of Bishop Henning’s columns on child abuse prevention awareness 

PILLARS OF PROTECTION
The Diocese of Providence’s comprehensive approach to ensuring every child’s safety



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