Message from Father Peter
Father Peter talks to us about improvements and projects in the church, financial support, and his activities during this time of COVID-19 isolation. "Let us pray for one another and place all our cares in the hands of the Good Shepherd."
Read More HERE.
Message #3 From Father Peter
Are you a Meany? People of faith and maturity accept the reality of the present time and praise and thank God for the beauty that is His life and love for us and the good that is being done. Whereas people with little or no faith reveal just how immature, self centered and unrealistic they can be, adding to the darkness by ignoring the Light.
Message #4 From Father Peter
The Good Shepherd.
The Good Shepherd is one of the most beautiful images of God that we have of Jesus our Lord in the New Testament and of God our Father in the Old Testament (Psalm 23).
Message #5 From Father Peter
I hope you are well and are reading and reflecting on the Word of God for Mass each day. If we do not spend some time each day trying to understand what Jesus is asking of us then we have to honestly ask ourselves how much we love Him and want to be close to Him as the Eucharist signifies; being one “body” with Jesus and one “body” with one another, His Church.
"Be Not Afraid"
A song of faith, hope, and consolation during the Fourth Week of Easter. Spreading God's word through music, the Oregon Catholic Press presents this special production from Catholic Artists at Home.
Watch and Listen HERE.
Message from Bishop Tobin
His Excellency Bishop Tobin has released a letter to all parishes about the continuing pandemic and the challenges faced by our faith community. Reflecting upon "challenges, changes, and concerns," the Bishop talks about the following three topics in this time of "uncertainty about the future."
- Worship and the Sacraments
- Financial Questions
- Evangelization and Outreach
In the midst of this pandemic, the Bishop implores us to ask ourselves the following:
"Am I praying every day; am I faithfully receiving the sacraments; am I living a moral life; am I supportive of the work of the Church; am I trying to grow in the imitation of Christ every day; do I have my 'eyes fixed on Jesus, the leader and perfecter of our faith' (Hebrews 12: 2)?"
A Pastoral Message from Bishop Tobin
“The State of the Church in the Diocese of Providence
in the Age of Coronavirus”
April 19, 2020
Divine Mercy Sunday
To read the entire message. Click HERE.
Faith and Common Sense: The Catholic Response to an Epidemic
Read a pamphlet with a response for Catholics to the pandemic that is forward-thinking, reasonable, prudent, and reliant on God. Click HERE.
Bells of Hope & Community
His Excellency Bishop Tobin has asked all Rhode Island Catholic Churches to ring their bells in solidarity for 5 minutes each Sunday morning at 9 am until the end of the pandemic. See the full text of the Bishop's message HERE
Daily Mass -- St.Thomas More Chapel, Narragansett, RI -- Live Streamed, 9 am
Worship virtually, hear a wonderful daily homily, make a spiritual communion. Streaming begins 15 minutes prior to each liturgy.
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Check for the Schedule of Services for the Triduum
How to Make a SPIRITUAL COMMUNION
(Click HERE for guidelines and prayers)