December 7, 2018

Connell remembers his decades of serving

Sixty-four-year-old Brian Connell has been an altar server for 58 years; he was at the Cathedral on the historic day March 19, 1968 when Anthony Pantin […]
December 5, 2018

Fatima’s ‘GOBAG’ – more than just a school concert

By Laura Ann Phillips The Fatima College hall was a hub of organised confusion, pockets of activity swirling in each corner as rehearsals for ‘Gifts of […]
December 5, 2018

Lions’ Festival of Carols keeps tradition alive

Friday, November 16 saw the 29th anniversary of the Festival of Carols, an annual event put on by the Lions Club of Port of Spain Central […]
December 5, 2018

La Petite Fleur Tea Shop

By Kaelanne Jordan,   kjordan.camsel@rcpos.org When La Petite Fleur Tea Shop opened its doors last March, its mission was to cater breakfast, brunch and afternoon tea with […]
December 5, 2018

Youth learn about porn’s harmful effects

Coming out of the October 2016 Conference entitled: ‘Consider This: A National Conversation’ on the harmful effects of pornography on children, Fight the New Drug representatives […]
December 5, 2018

Confirmation candidates learn about being mindful

On Saturday, November 17 the confirmation class of the Santa Cruz Cluster had a session on the topic of ‘Mindful Communication’ hosted by the Family Life Unit (FLU) of […]