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Archbishop Fortunatus Nwachukwu, Apostolic Nuncio for the Antilles Episcopal Conference (left) gestures during a meeting with Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley during his visit to the island to present his credentials. Archbishop Jason Gordon, Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of Bridgetown looks on.

As the year 2018 comes to an end, Catholic News recaps some of the news highlights from the wider Caribbean Church.

Church/State affairs: As Mustard Seed Communities celebrated 40 years of caring for Jamaica’s most vulnerable in October, founder Fr Gregory Ramkissoon, pleaded with the Jamaica Government and charitable organisations for greater assistance in supporting the cause.

Ahead of the March 13 elections, Bishop Clyde Harvey of St George’s-in-Grenada warned that Church leaders should not directly involve themselves in partisan politics by seeking to be candidates for political parties or by urging Church members to vote for any particular party.

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