Lifestyle

School at home

A short reflection on the new academic year by Gregory Quan Kep, Acting Principal, St Benedict’s College “Behold I make all things new” taken from Revelation, […]

A Time for Transitions

God is there in the panic, He is with us now, and He will be with us always – Lois Mowday Rabey Last week Thursday, I […]

Transforming our broken society

By Ottrisha Carter We live in a society in which a lot of brokenness exists. Whether we accept it or not, we’re all broken in some […]

Urgent need to create community during this COVID-19 pandemic

The Catholic News continues to examine parenting areas during the pandemic.  In this piece, psychologist Anna Maria Mora offers a perspective for parents and their children. […]

Trini in a pandemic

Steupsin’ and Segregation: We vex.  But a contained and shock-absorbing kind of vex.  Speculation, but nobody really to target for the blame, nobody to whine or […]

How to stop overeating and avoid weight gain in self-quarantine

If you don’t manage your eating, many persons may find themselves emerging on the heavier side of the scale after this quarantine is over. Registered Dietician […]

Feeling emotionally overwhelmed? Draw, paint, write, squeeze some Play-Doh

By Lara Pickford-Gordon Email: snrwriter.camsel@catholictt.org Twitter: @gordon_lp COVID-19 ‘s sudden intrusion brought anxiety and disruption to routines. Families are thrust together for extended periods and the […]

Welcoming little children

With schools being closed and most adults working from home these days, those of us who are parents are now with our children 24 hours a […]

Pregnancy & Womanhood

On February 26, 2020, Nicki Minaj told the young women at St Jude’s Home that she hid her teenage pregnancy. In a 2014 interview with the […]

What is the state of your finances in the time of the COVID-19?

Fear of the effects of the virus caused a rush to purchase food, and items to sanitise and clean for those who could. Unplanned spending whether […]

The balancing act of marriage and parenting

By Marsha Gomes-Mckie A couple of months ago, the priest, at the beginning of his sermon asked all couples to sit next to each other. There […]