His mother said to the servers, “Do whatever he tells you.” John, 2:5
Pero su madre dijo a los sirvientes: “Hagan lo que él les diga.” Juan, 2:5
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
Saturday 7:15am. (English)
First Friday of the Month
7:00pm. Misa de Sanación (Spanish)
Sunday 8:00am. Wednesday 5:30pm.
or by appointment.401-421-7070
Media misinformation, stereotypes, and fear create misunderstanding among non-Muslims about Islam.
Join us for an evening of dialogue and
information with Ms. Aisha Mansoor. Aisha earned an M.A.
in Islamic Theology and Jurisprudence from Bradford, UK.
After teaching at Islamic schools in NY, VA, and MA for six
years, she now home-schools her three children, serving for
a time on the board of a Rhode Island homeschool network.
Aisha is an ambitious leader and active volunteer with the
Rhode Island Muslim community and Masjid Al-Islam where
her husband is the imam. When not engaged in her many
endeavors and initiatives, including her work with RI Council
for Muslim Advancement (RICMA), you can find her
wrangling and running in between her teenage sons and a
toddler. Aisha’s presentation will be at 7PM.
Monday, May 22, in room 103.
Prayer for Vocations to the Priesthood
Almighty and eternal God, in your unfailing love
You provide ministers for your Church.
We pray for those whom you call
to serve the Church of St. Patrick in Providence as priests
Inspire in them a generous response.
Grant them courage and vision to serve your people
May their lives and service call your
people to respond to the presence
of your Spirit among us
that, faithful to the Gospel and
hope of Jesus the Christ, we may:
announce glad tidings to the poor
proclaim liberty to captives, set prisoners free
and renew the face of the earth.
For the Safety of our Children
Besides being a billion dollar business, ruining marriages, and destroying the lives of numerous adults, pornography is a scourge that threatens the innocence of our children. Please join us for an informative and enlightening seminar on the dangers of pornography during the month of May. The seminar sessions are in St. Patrick gym; Holy Mass is in Church.
Tuesday, May 9, 7 PM The Psychological Dangers of Pornography presented Dr. Michael Hanson.
Dr. Michael Hansen is a licensed Psychologist who currently serves as the Director of Human Formation for the Diocese of Providence. He is on staff at the Seminary of Our Lady of Providence. Dr. Hansen has also had clinical experience supporting individuals who struggle with pornography in his
Tuesday, May 16, 7 PM Internet and Social Media Dangers presented by Detective Robert Cardente.
Detective Cardente has been a member of the Pawtucket Police Department for the past 18 years and currently works in the Major Crime Unit. He is assigned to the Rhode Island Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and investigates computer related crimes involving child pornography and
Tuesday, May 23, 7 PM: Pathways of Hope to Healing presented by Mrs. Mary Welch and Mr. Peter Magnotta.
Mary Welch is a licensed Clinical Social Worker who counsels children, adolescents and adults. Besides an active professional life, Mary is a wife, mother, grandmother and a faithful Catholic. Peter A. Magnotta became the social worker for the Diocese of Providence, Office of Life and Family, in April, 2009, having had twenty years’ experience in the field of mental health, including the areas of management, program development, supervision, general support, and counseling. Peter fully embraces the teachings of the Catholic Church and supports the mission of the Office of Life and Family by combining clinical models of support and wellness with the Catholic principles of truth, love, forgiveness and hope.
Tuesday, May 30, 7 PM: Holy Mass Holy Mass will be celebrated with the intention to pray for our children and for all who find themselves in the throes of pornography. The Seminar is free and open to all who are interested.
For more information, please call 421-7070.
Understanding the Islam
Prayer for Vocations
For the Safety of our children