By Kaelanne Jordan, email@example.com The St John’s–Basseterre diocese boosted its clerical pool with the ordination of five deacons to the permanent diaconate. Anulfo Rosario Martinez, Joram […]
By Renee Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org Fr Donald Chambers of the Archdiocese of Kingston, Jamaica, the newly appointed General Secretary of the Antilles Episcopal Conference (AEC) is looking forward […]
Pope Francis has appointed Archbishop Fortunatus Nwachukwu, Titular Archbishop of Acquaviva as Apostolic Nuncio in Belize. Diocesan monthlyThe Christian Heraldsaid that news of the papal appointment […]
BARBADOS His Excellency Archbishop Fortunatus Nwachukwu, Apostolic Nuncio for the Antilles Episcopal Conference presented his letters of Credence to Governor-General of Barbados Dame Sandra Mason at […]
Caribbean Church must get real. By Lara Pickford-Gordon and Kaelanne Jordan Abuse, infidelity, divorce, miscommunication, deception, poverty, neglect, addiction, incest and pornography were some of the “broken” […]
JAMAICA Thirty-two confirmed speakers from across the globe will represent different Christian traditions at Intimate Conviction, an international conference examining the church and anti-sodomy laws across […]
By Kaelanne Jordan, email@example.com Bishop Gabriel Malzaire of Roseau expressed sincere gratitude to individuals, groups, regional and international agencies who pledged their support to the people of […]
The Jamaica Council of Churches (JCC) believes that the timing of the visit of Jamaican Prime Minister Andrew Holness to Israel and the intention to change the nature of Jamaica’s relationships with the Middle East country could not be more inopportune.
In response to Pope Francis’ urgent call to take “swift and unified global action” on issues such as consumerism, irresponsible development, environmental degradation and global warming, Laudato Si Guyana continued their monthly activities of visiting different parishes, engaging in environmental activities and helping to spread the word of Laudato Si.
Bishop Francis Alleyne of Georgetown has urged the faithful to live the Easter vocation to the full and so seek every opportunity to “celebrate life, protect life where it is threatened and ferret it out when it may have become buried under fear, rejection and pain”.