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December 4, 2018

A penitential exercise of prayer and fasting

With these words, Pope Francis invites all baptised persons to a personal and communal conversion aimed at awakening our conscience and arousing our solidarity and commitment […]
December 2, 2018

New book on Irish Dominicans in T&T

The Irish Dominicans have a longstanding history of service to the Church of Trinidad and Tobago, much of which has been documented in publications by Sr […]
December 2, 2018

Educators must recognise learning diversity

By Kaelanne Jordan, kjordan.camsel@rcpos.org Dr Lennox Bernard has urged Catholic Religious Education Development Institute (CREDI) graduates to understand, interrogate and navigate the concept of diversity which exists […]
December 2, 2018

ADVENT – Living in hope in hard times

How do we find hope in these hard times, and how does the Church, standing shoulder to shoulder with her faithful, continue to be a sign […]
December 2, 2018

Live Advent fully

Q: Archbishop J, why do we celebrate Advent when everyone is celebrating Christmas? The early celebration of Christmas is commercial. Merchants have realised that the season […]
December 2, 2018

First Sunday of Advent (C)

Stand erect, hold your heads high. LUKE 21:25–28, 34–36 Today, as we begin the first week of Advent, Saint Luke presents a rather dramatic but soothing and […]