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Celebrating in Rome - Sep 21
2014 - Front Page Photos
Saturday, 20 September 2014 20:17
Celebrating in Rome

Archbishop Joseph Harris and Auxiliary Bishop Robert Llanos celebrated the anniversary of their episcopal ordination at dinner at La Soffitta in Rome in the company of (from left) Bishop Christopher Glancy of Belize City-Belmopan, Belize; Bishop Burchell McPherson of Montego Bay, Jamaica, and T&T's Fr Jason Boatswain, who is studying in Rome.

Last Sunday marked the third anniversary of the archbishop's episcopal ordination and Bishop Llanos' first year as a bishop. Both were in Rome on business and the dinner celebration took place on September 13.
The next day, Archbishop Harris celebrated Mass in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel at the Basilica of St Clare in Assisi, with Fr Boatswain as concelebrant. Photos: Kathleen Maharaj

Celebrating in Rome
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Another Caribbean voice at Vatican - Sep 21
2014 - News
Saturday, 20 September 2014 19:56

AEC president appointed to CEP

By Lara Pickford-Gordon

President of the Antilles Episcopal Conference (AEC), Archbishop Patrick Pinder of Nassau, Bahamas, has been appointed a member of the Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples, the body responsible for the transmission and dissemination of the faith. The good news comes six months after Archbishop Emeritus Kelvin Felix of Castries, St Lucia was appointed a Cardinal.

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Seminar on ‘missionary movement’ - Sep 21
2014 - News
Saturday, 20 September 2014 19:51

A seminar takes place next Saturday (September 27) at Presentation College, San Fernando in preparations for the commencement of a “missionary movement” across the country.

Archbishop Harris will deliver an address outlining the Mission and upcoming programme to catechists, youth leaders and representatives of lay ministries. There will be testimonies on Mission and group sharing on a range of missionary activities at schools, hospitals, for the youth and elderly. The programme starts at 10 a.m.
At the Jesus Explosion held in July at the Preysal High School, Archbishop Harris announced that a missionary movement would be started targeting young people and older persons. They would be asked to give two-years to missionary work reclaiming the country for Jesus.
At the event Archbishop Harris declared, “We will go from north to south, from Port-of-Spain to Guaya (Guayaguayare), from Icacos toM, and we are going to start re-evengelising this country of ours.”

 
EVIL SHALL NOT PREVAIL - Sep 21
2014 - Editorial
Saturday, 20 September 2014 19:39

The widely publicised beheadings by ISIS of two American journalists and a British aid worker have created a wave of horror across the world. The triumphant gloating that accompanied the videos spoke of an unimaginable evil, the very antithesis of the love and peace of the Almighty in whose name the jihadists profess to fight.

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Day of prayer for special Synod on the Family - Sep 21
2014 - News
Saturday, 20 September 2014 19:54

Pope Francis has declared next Sunday (September 28) a day of prayer for the III Extraordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, which begins on Sunday October 5 to discuss “The Pastoral Challenges of the Family in the Context of Evangelisation.”

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