Caribbean Church

November 23, 2017

Churches walk against rising crime

ST VINCENT & THE GRENADINES The Catholic Church of the diocese of St Vincent and the Grenadines held an Ecumenical Service and silent Candlelight Walk around […]
November 23, 2017

Church leaders: give debt relief for hurricane affected islands

Jamaica “There is no reason at all, why people in the Caribbean should have to slide deeper and deeper into their debt traps after each hurricane […]
November 16, 2017

Many wiped out by Maria

Story by Kaelanne Jordan, “I happened to have experienced Hurricane David in 1979 and it was considered perhaps the baddest [sic] hurricane to have hit. But […]
November 14, 2017

Ecumenical service, walk in response to crime increase*

ST VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES The Diocese of Kingstown, St Vincent and the Grenadines will host an Ecumenical Service and silent candlelight walk on Friday (November […]
November 8, 2017

‘Beautiful stories’ after the hurricane*

By Kaelanne Jordan, While Dominicans associate Category 5 Hurricane Maria as “negative, vicious, vindictive and cruel”, some, on the other hand were able to identify […]
November 6, 2017

Priest visits hurricane-damaged Dominica – Part 1*

By Kaelanne Jordan, Dominica-born priest Fr Elton Letang CSsR said that the mass looting from Hurricane Maria “was much worse than the physical hurricane”. Fr […]