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Caribbean Mission

The bishops of the Antilles Episcopal Conference (AEC) have released a pastoral letter on Mission and Evangelisation in the Caribbean, in which they hope to inspire the Caribbean Church to embark upon a new evangelisation, raise pertinent questions for reflection, and offer some practical and creative ways of deepening one’s missionary and evangelisation commitment in the 21st century.

Entitled A Mandate for the Kingdom: Mission and Evangelisation in the Caribbean, the pastoral letter is a deeper reflection of one issued 25 years ago—Evangelisation for New Caribbean which considered the meaning of evangelisation and the consequent mission in the Caribbean context.

AEC President Bishop Gabriel Malzaire of Roseau, Dominica; Archbishop Emeritus Joseph Harris; Archbishop Patrick Pinder of Nassau, Bahamas; Archbishop Kenneth Richards of Kingston, Jamaica; Bishop Gerard County of Kingstown, St Vincent and the Grenadines, and AEC General Secretary Fr John Persaud attended last Tuesday’s launch at The Seminary of St John Vianney and the Uganda Martyrs, Mt St Benedict.

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