by Vernon Khelawan
Trinidad and Tobago, in more ways than one, is standing on the edge of a very deep precipice. And many of us are afraid to speak out in faith. Many of us are scared stiff. Some readers may believe it is better to remain quiet, say nothing and figure that plenty of prayers will eventually right everything that’s wrong in our society. Sweep our problems under the rug.
I suspect that a few readers of this column are disappointed with the tenor of the writing and would much prefer if the column would stay away from the negativity that it sometimes portrays. Pointing out what’s wrong with the society shouldn’t be the mission of the Church, they believe.