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“Who do you say I am?” This provocative question, derived from Mark’s gospel, was posed by Archbishop Jason Gordon to the students of Mount Hope Secondary School on January 27.

In a bold yet unconventional attempt to reach out to the youths of Trinidad and Tobago, the Archbishop of Port of Spain embarked on a series of visits to non-denominational government secondary schools throughout the country, with Mount Hope Secondary being the second stop on the journey.

Gathered in the school’s hall to participate were Head of the Pontifical Missions Society and Directress of the Eternal Light Community Deborah de Rosia, the school’s principal Lisa Marcella Henry-Legall, catechists, members of the teaching staff and 350 students.

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