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A National Historic Landmark and Rhode Island's oldest Catholic Parish where the Kennedys were married. Each Tuesday afternoon at 3pm, "Return to Camelot" to re-live the special day of September 12,1953 when Jacqueline Bouvier married then Senator...more
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According to my own historian, this is the oldest church in the state of Rhode Island. We attended mass here just 2 days before Christmas. The homily was spot on. It was about caring for one another and I learned that the priest had vertigo.
This church is charming, and they offer a once a week recreation of the wedding service of the Kennedys. Unfortunately I missed because the website had a different time however some very helpful guide gave me a copies of their wedding invitation and a brochure...More
This is the church where JFK married Jacqueline Bouvier in 1953. On Tuesdays through Oct 23, 2018, there is a one-hour presentation of "Return to Camelot" featuring a film montage, live pipe organ music and narration. Visitors are given the opportunity to kneel on the...More
Due to security and safety concerns, the church is only open during mass times, for the Sundays in Summer afternoon organ concerts at 3pm and the Return to Camelot - a remembrance of the Kennedy wedding - each Tuesday at 3pm... More
Due to security and safety concerns, the church is only open during mass times, for the Sundays in Summer afternoon organ concerts at 3pm and the Return to Camelot - a remembrance of the Kennedy wedding - each Tuesday at 3pm from July-November.
Parking for these events is on William St. adjacent to the church.