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October 20, 2020

Helping the visually impaired achieve their full potential, 25 years on

By Ottrisha Carter This October the organisation of Persons Associated with Visual Impairment (PAVI) is celebrating its 25th anniversary. This non-profit organisation, established in October 1995 […]
October 20, 2020

Counsel must be competent to deal with death penalty matters

By Kaelanne Jordan Email: mediarelations.camsel@catholictt.org Twitter: @kaelanne1 The death penalty process in terms of its constitutional motions and challenges depends on the strength and independence of […]
October 20, 2020

30th Sunday in OT (A)

Jesus’ powerful double-commandment By Fr Mikhail Woodruffe O Carm Earlier this year I was blessed to sit with a wonderful man who had recently regained his […]
October 20, 2020

Author calls for change in course for education

SURINAME Surinamese politician Ivan Fernald recently presented Bishop Karel Choennie of Paramaribo a copy of his latest book We have to change course. An AEC Communications […]
October 20, 2020

Catholic primary schools prepare to welcome migrant/refugee children

Some Catholic primary schools will welcome migrant and refugee children before the end of the school term, and although it may be challenging, they will have […]
October 20, 2020

Youth encouraged to always care for creation

St Francis Canticle Creation Awards By Kaelanne Jordan Email: mediarelations.camsel@catholictt.org Twitter: @kaelanne1 The third annual St Francis Canticle Creation Award Ceremony Saturday, October 17 not only […]
October 20, 2020

The Law of Love

It’s interesting and confounding at the same time, how the first commandment of love is so often compromised by the rule of Law. Love is meant […]
October 20, 2020

October 20th: Live each day as if it is your last

Be like men waiting for their master to return. Luke 12: 35 – 38 The saying, “live each day as if it is your last” comes […]