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March 2, 2019

Faithful four ordained to the diaconate

THE early morning’s light rain may have been God’s way of showering blessings on seminarians Stephan Alexander, Kwesi Alleyne, Mikkel Trestrail and Kenwyn Sylvester who were […]
March 2, 2019

Removing the plank

PEOPLE and institutions that have lost touch with their brokenness and their humanity cannot offer moral guidance to anyone. As Jesus says in this weekend’s gospel […]
March 1, 2019

Here’s why Lent was “created”

Originally published on Alateia, republished with their permission It served as a pivotal time of preparation for adults being baptized at the Easter Vigil. Lent wasn’t […]
March 1, 2019

Good training ground at Junior Calypso Monarch*

By Lara Pickford-Gordon, lpgordon.camsel@rcpos.org Nine finalists in the Trinbago Unified Calypsonians’ Organistion’s (TUCO) Calypso Monarch finals at the Grand Stand, Queen’s Park Savannah last night (February […]
February 27, 2019

Pope’s concluding address at abuse summit

Originally published on Alateia, republished with their permission “Consecrated persons, chosen by God to guide souls to salvation, let themselves be dominated by their human frailty […]
February 27, 2019

Confession, reconciliation, penance: Why so many names for one sacrament?

Originally published on Alateia, republished with their permission 5 Principal titles each emphasize a different aspect of the sacrament. In the Catholic Church, the sacrament commonly […]