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The imminent retirement of Archbishop Robert Rivas OP of Castries, the question of the decriminalisation of marijuana, and of unemployment in the region because of COVID-19 were among some of the issues discussed at the annual meeting of the Bishops of the Province of Castries.

The meeting, which normally takes place during the first week of December in one of the dioceses of the province was held virtually Tuesday, December 1, 2020.

The dioceses which comprise the ecclesiastical province of Castries include the Archdiocese of Castries, the Dioceses of St Georges-in-Grenada, Kingstown, Roseau, and St John’s-Basseterre.

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