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Marian Devotions in South - Oct 19
2014 - Front Page Photos
Saturday, 18 October 2014 23:39
South Marian Devotions

Top, a Presentation College, San Fernando student on violin, and below First Communion candidates of St Gabriel’s Girls’ RC School kneel in prayer before a statue of Mary at last Monday’s Marian Devotions in South Trinidad.

Auxiliary Bishop Robert Llanos was the main celebrant at a Mass at St Benedict’s RC Church, La Romaine to close the 2014 devotions. Parish

priest Msgr Kenneth Spence concelebrated. Photos Sean Brown

South Marian Devotions

T&T needs ‘garment’ of love - Oct 19
2014 - News
Sunday, 19 October 2014 00:04

- Archbishop to pilgrims at Laventille

Race, religion and social status do not matter in the kingdom of Heaven – just love. “It does not matter if you are Hindu, Catholic or Muslim. That is not the issue,” Archbishop Joseph Harris said at the Mass to mark the end of the 2014 Marian devotions in Laventille last Sunday, at Our Lady of Fatima Shrine. Love was the issue, he added, noting that “The kingdom of Heaven does not happen when we die, it happens right here and now.”

2014 - Editorial
Saturday, 18 October 2014 23:27

An air of unease hangs like a pall over our country. It stems from conflicts both local and global and threats to health and personal safety. Today’s Gospel calls for us to reconcile this reality with our belief in a loving father who has “called (us) by (our) name”, who loves us and chose us. It warns us not to behave like the group of deceitful Pharisees who sought to trap Jesus into declaring loyalty to either God or to Caesar.

Royalty, cardinal to visit Antigua - Oct 19
2014 - Caribbean Church News
Saturday, 18 October 2014 23:34

A Catholic church and school in Antigua & Barbuda are to benefit from the support of an ancient knightly order.

A delegation of the Sacred Military Constantinian Order of St George and the Royal Order of Francis I will be visiting that country from November 1–4 and will fund the completion of the church at Hatton and the development of the school, and tour other Church projects.

Symbolic theology and Divali - Oct 19
2014 - Viewpoint
Saturday, 18 October 2014 23:24

Fr Martin SirjuBy Fr Martin Sirju

In the pre-Vatican II era, theology hardened and became sclerotic.
It took Vatican II to give it blood thinners and get the theological arteries functioning healthily again. One of the teachings that returned to us was the four senses of scripture (Catechism of the Catholic Church, Nos, 115-18): literal, allegorical, the moral and the anagogical.

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