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Ako’s First Profession - Aug 17
2014 - News
Saturday, 16 August 2014 20:55

Ako’s First ProfessionTrinidadian Ako Trevor Walker (right) became a member of the Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer (Redemptorists) on Aug 6, the feast of the Transfiguration, at St Gerard’s RC Church, St Joseph, Dominica. Also professing vows at the ceremony were two Dominicans, Calvin Auguiste CSsR (centre, final vows) and Garvey Blanc (first vows).

The chief celebrant was Fr Kevin Moley CSsR, Provincial Superior of the Baltimore Province. He was assisted at the altar by Fr Mark Owen CSsR, Regional Superior and parish priest of St Theresa’s Barataria, Fr Vanty Auguiste CSsR, parish priest of St Gerard’s St Joseph and Fr Denis Sweeney CSsR, Director of students at the Theologate in Boston.

Ako is a former secondary school teacher and lay minister in the Cedros community. He will begin studying for a Masters in Divinity at Boston College in September.

Caribbean prayers for Mid-East peace - Aug 17
2014 - News
Saturday, 16 August 2014 20:51

Archdiocese expresses solidarity

The Archdiocese of Port of Spain has expressed solidarity with the mission of Pope Francis’ special envoy to the people of Iraq, sent a contribution to the humanitarian work to be undertaken there by the Church, and will join the Caribbean Church in praying for peace in the Middle East on August 24.

Fr Harvey at Liturgy School: Controversy – part of the Church’s lifeblood - Aug 17
2014 - News
Saturday, 16 August 2014 20:47
Fr Clyde Harvey
Fr Clyde Harvey

Let’s face it: Controversy “is part of the lifeblood the Church,” says Vicar for Clergy, Fr Clyde Harvey, and “we need to think about them, talk about them and challenge each other on them”.

Fr Harvey made these comments on August 7 while speaking on pastoral/controversial issues with respect to the “Implications of Hierarchy; Restriction of Ordination to Men; Priesthood and Celibacy” at the annual School of Liturgy. It was held at the parish hall of St Charles RC Church, Tunapuna.
“When we talk about controversy, we are talking [about] what arises as this Church tries to grow, to hear [and] to be faithful to the reality it is living,” he said, adding that the Church tried to see “where is God present in all of this”.
Unfortunately, there was theological discussion in the Church that confused people and gave the impression that “we are losing our faith, our unity and our fellowship”, Fr Harvey said. But he added that the correct attitude “has to be one of openness”.
He went on to state that while the faithful should listen to the documents that came from the central Magisterium of the Church, they should receive those documents and opinions with a firm understanding of their own cultural identity.

2014 - Editorial
Saturday, 16 August 2014 20:50

The experience of prejudice and discrimination is deeply hurtful. It matters not whether it is racial or ethnic prejudice, or based on one’s religion, sexual orientation, place of origin, or some physical or mental disability. Prejudice hurts. We, sometimes, consciously or unconsciously, give as good as we get! We often look down with scorn on the less fortunate or those “different” from us. It is their misfortune to be poor, or homeless, or black, or Palestinian, or whatever.

CSCC students told: Go produce - Aug 17
2014 - News
Saturday, 16 August 2014 20:45

Students of the Caribbean School for Catholic Communications (CSCC) have been told to return to their parishes, dioceses and ministries and practise their new pastoral communication skills. The reminder came from CSCC principal Bishop Jason Gordon at the August 9 closing ceremony at Emmaus Centre, Torecilla, Arima.

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