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On one condition

As the crisis next door escalates in magnitude, we Trinis can either choose to bury our heads in the sand or take affirmative action, knowing that ‘when yuh neighbour house on fire, wet yuh own!”.

However, many Trinis do not yet realise that part of that ‘wetting’ might require participation in the Archdiocese’s efforts to welcome, protect, promote and integrate migrants and refugees.

Through the Archdiocese’s proposed establishment of the Ministry for Migrants and Refugees in each parish and ecclesial community, the Church provides a live demonstration of this week’s gospel message which advocates, “if a man loves me, he will keep my word and my Father will love him, and we will come to him and make our home with him” (Jn 14:23).

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