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Parish youth perform a dance during the liturgy at Holy Trinity, Arouca’s 175th Anniversary Mass. Photo: Gerard-Paul Wanliss. More photos on the Archdiocesan Facebook page.

Archbishop Jason Gordon believes that the real challenge in T&T is not the issue of “bandits, corruption and drug trade”; rather, it is the challenge of citizens “hesitating” in understanding the power of an “unstoppable force of love” inside them, transforming all to be a Trinitarian people.

“If we understand this, a lot of stupidity and backbiting will come to an end…it will just melt away. All the kind of negativity, gossip and mauvais langue that we constantly engage in will fade to oblivion. What will emerge will be a people that love God and whose love will be seen by the whole world,” Archbishop Gordon said at a Mass on the occasion of 175th anniversary of Holy Trinity Parish, Arouca, May 27.

Reflecting on the Sunday’s Gospel (Mt 28:16–20), the archbishop observed that similarly, today’s faithful are hesitant in their belief of God and who God is.

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