Schools expand partnership with S.E.A.L. Foundation to provide special education services to more students

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FALL RIVER — It can often be difficult for families to find a school where their student with learning differences is welcomed and given...

Why would ‘the blind’ need a Guild?

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FALL RIVER — Nationwide, by the year 2025, the number of cases of macular degeneration alone, setting aside glaucoma, retinitis, and all the other...

Despite pandemic, annual diocesan Women and Men’s Conference will take place

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FALL RIVER — If anything was learned over the last year, it was that the Church, and her mission to spread God’s Word, simply...

East Freetown Circle of Life Ministry hits ground running a year after being derailed...

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A table in the narthex at St. John Neumann Parish in East Freetown provides parishioners with information about the Circle of Life Ministry’s monthly activities and more.

Witness on the Beach

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This past Monday, February 15, Pope Francis released a video message regarding the 21 Christians whom the Islamic State (ISIS) had beheaded on a...

Beloved Staff Member of Hyannis Diocesan School Celebrates U.S. Citizenship

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By Matthew LairdDiocesan SeminarianSpecial to The Anchor HYANNIS — When school custodian Geovana Pinheiro arrived for work early Wednesday morning, she was not expecting there to...

Bishop installs 15 candidates as Readers

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On June 22, 15 candidates currently in formation for the permanent diaconate were installed as Readers by Bishop Edgar M. da Cunha, S.D.V., at Holy Trinity Church in Fall River. Back row, from left: Scott Taveira, Shawn Seybert, John O’Brien, Americo Miranda, Bishop da Cunha, James Adams, Tyrone Gonsalves, Jeremias Carraras, and Deacon Frank Lucca, co-director of the diocesan Permanent Diaconate Office. Front row: Leonard Guyette, Joseph Martinho, Thomas Martin, David Roderick, David Gaspar, Richard Fish, David Laird, and Philip Koch.

Celebrating 30 years of assisting Catholic school students, FACE welcomes season with two events

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By Dave Jolivet, Editor FALMOUTH — The diocesan Foundation to Advance Catholic Education (FACE) has two special summer events coming up quickly. One, a summer...

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