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Sunday School Safety Concerns

by Michael Mitchell

We have more than 400 students between the two URI buildings plus parents; there are a few concerns: SLOW DOWN – Please be aware that children are darting through parking lots before and after class – in particular, Washburn Hall – there have been a couple of near misses!   DROP OFFS – All children […]

Scout Religious Emblems

by Michael Mitchell

The Girls Scouts and Boy Scouts of America stress duty to God as well as country. All levels of scouting offer the opportunity to earn a religious emblem.  For more information, contact your local Troop, Pack, or visit CTK’s Scouting Page.  

New Cub Scout Pack

by Michael Mitchell

Christ the King parish has agreed to serve as the Charter Organization for Pack 66 of the Cub Scouts, part of the Narragansett Council of the Boy Scouts of America, as of October 1, 2017. Pack 66 is open to families (GIRLS and BOYS) from ages 5-11. If you are interested, please contact Drew Skokowski, […]

Project Undercover

by Michael Mitchell

The Narragansett Girl Scouts are participating in Project Undercover and needs our help. There will be a box in the hall from October 29 to November 5 for donations of NEW socks, underwear and diapers in all sizes, which will then be distributed to local needy families. As always, thank you for your generous support!

Altar Server Training

by Michael Mitchell

We are looking for new altar servers in grades 4 and up to join us in ministry at Christ the King. Altar Servers assist the priest at the 5 p.m., 9:15 and 11:30 a.m. weekend masses. This ministry is a wonderful way for our young people to become engaged in our liturgies and to serve the community. We […]

Bethlehem Christian Families

by Michael Mitchell

On November 4/5, representatives from BCF will be here with their hand-made religious crafts created from olive wood. The goal of this mission is to help the poor of Bethlehem and Jerusalem. Funds will also be used to build a hospital in Bethlehem. These are beautiful items, your own piece of the Holy Land, and […]

Being Homeless Hurts

by Michael Mitchell

OPERATION CHILLOUT HELPS   This winter is predicted to be colder than normal with more snow accumulation than normal. The Social Action Committee and Veterans Committee are supporting Operation Chillout RI’s winter backpack drive in an effort to help the homeless in RI.    You can help by picking up a FREE empty backpack along with a […]

Quote of the Week

by Michael Mitchell

“Believers, in particular, can sometimes fail to appreciate the extraordinary virtue found in those of other religions, like the dedication to prayer, the sincerity of compassion, and charity toward the disadvantaged, the living by conscience even at the point of suffering, as well as the person’s humility, goodness, hospitality, courage, and other good qualities.” – […]

School Open Houses

by Michael Mitchell

MSGR. CLARKE: Sunday, October 22, 12 – 2 p.m.   Monsignor Clarke School is a Catholic co-educational school welcoming students of all faiths from 18 months to grade 8. MCS provides educational programs that place emphasis on the spiritual, intellectual physical and aesthetic development of each student.   We offer before and after school care to accommodate the busy schedules […]

Stephen Ministry Message

by Michael Mitchell

Have you thought about calling for visits with a Stephen Minister, but then did not call because you were a little nervous about it? It is hard to say, “I could use a little help getting through this mess I am in.”  Martha Beck wrote, “Waiting to feel brave so that you can act brave? The only […]