January 25, 2019

First Friday Fast and Prayer

It is no wonder, therefore, that our predecessors have constantly defended this most approved form of devotion— the pious devotion of the faithful toward the Most […]
January 18, 2019

Mother Mary Ellerker’s legacy for Christian unity

By Neila Todd, Tertiary of Carmel Seventy years ago on January 11, The Servant of God, Mother Mary Ellerker of the Blessed Sacrament, O Carm, Foundress […]
January 18, 2019

‘Waiter, there’s micro-plastic in my soup!’

By Simone Delochan, sdelochan.camsel@rcpos.org Last year I had begun a series on environmental issues and the impact of everyday items: glitter, and balloons being the most […]
January 18, 2019

Of Parables and Miracles

When reading the Bible, very often, we encounter interesting parables and miracles of Jesus and sometimes we are unable to recall the actual chapter or particular […]
January 18, 2019

Those who care for our homeless

The Ministry’s Hernandez Place Sanctuary in Arima offers residential care for socially displaced persons aged 55 years and older. Its New Horizons Centre offers accommodation, care […]
January 18, 2019

His name is Hollis

On January 9, an elderly street dweller, his pants slipping below the waist, grime clinging to his skin was sleeping on the curb Independence Square south, […]