The weekly Catholic newspaper of Trinidad and Tobago
Condolences - Nov 16
2014 - News
Friday, 14 November 2014 16:11

The Catholic News extends condolences to Rev Tristram Mathura and relatives on the passing of his brother Frank Mathura, who died on Saturday, November 1. His funeral Mass was celebrated November 6 at St Benedict’s RC Church, La Romaine. May he rest in peace.

Fr Christo dares Catholics: ‘Drop Everything And Read’ - Nov 16
2014 - News
Friday, 14 November 2014 16:11

By Lara Pickford-Gordon

Lectio Divina can help make the word of God come alive and bring Catholics into communion and to conversion, said Fr Robert Christo, interim chair of the Biblical Pastoral Commission (BPC) which is implementing the Biblical Animation of All Pastoral Life (ABP). The current observance of Bible Month is part of the ABP programme.

Towards a new Generation - Nov 16
2014 - Letters to the Editor
Friday, 14 November 2014 16:02

THE EDITOR: This is an open letter expressing sincere gratitude on behalf of the members of the Archdiocesan Vocations Committee to all those who supported the Generation S Assembly which took place at Preysal Secondary School on October 23, 2014. It was an example of true collaboration amongst various archdiocesan bodies in aid of a noble end.

60 minutes of public praise - Nov 16
2014 - Caribbean Church News
Friday, 14 November 2014 15:52
Living H2O Youth member Centaine Joseph was one of five teens who shared on the Gospel.
Living H2O Youth member Centaine Joseph was one of five teens who shared on the Gospel.

Before scores of after-school and after-work passers-by on a busy Friday afternoon, members of Living H2O Youth, St Lucia, spent one hour of prayer, praise and proclaiming the Word in Soufriere on November 7.

More than 25 young people, aged 12 to 17 years, congregated under the belfry of the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Having helped with setting up the sound equipment, the teens then took responsibility for sharing on the Gospel read by assistant parish priest Fr Will Howard – Mark 10: 46-52, the healing of the blind Bartimaeus.

Also supporting the teens were Soufriere parish priest Fr Jason Biscette, Living H2O Youth leadership team member Karen Cazaubon, a handful of adult parishioners and the three Living Water Community Household members based in Soufriere: Alice Theophile, Saskia Woodley and Laura Ann Phillips.

Living H2O Youth is a ministry of Living Water Community. Participants in the weekly children’s prayer meeting were scheduled to also host a time of prayer and praise last Thursday in the busy town of Soufriere.

Story and Photo by Laura Ann Phillips

New resting place for bishops - Nov 16
2014 - Features
Friday, 14 November 2014 15:55

Burial chamberOur Cathedral, Our Cause

The Mother Church, the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, is a sacred place where all who are weary come to rest. The Archbishop’s Appeal is asking each citizen to help restore her to her illustrious former self.

One of the unique features of the church is the crypt which is located under the floor of the Sacristy, to the south of the Apse. From as early as 1828 the crypt has housed the remains of Catholic officials, currently more than 15, with the most recent being Archbishop Anthony Pantin in 2000. Archbishop Pantin was the eighth Bishop of Port of Spain and served for 32 years until his death at the age of 70 on March 12, 2000.

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