The weekly Catholic newspaper of Trinidad and Tobago
2014 - News
Saturday, 19 April 2014 13:06

The Catholic News extends condolences to Fr Peter de la Bastide CSSp and the de la Bastide and de Montbrun families on the passing of Karen de Montbrun, Fr Peter’s eldest sister. She had been ailing for a few months. May she rest in peace.

Loving our priests - Apr 20
2014 - Viewpoint
Saturday, 19 April 2014 12:47

Fr Clyde Harveyy Fr Clyde M Harvey, Vicar for Clergy

Holy Week is a special time for priests. Many a priest comes to Easter Sunday feeling not the joy of Easter but the guilt of unprepared homilies, of a seemingly fruitless weariness, of an Easter proclamation which is not “Alleluia!” but “Thank God, it’s over”. No other period of the year plunges the priest more deeply into the heart of the Paschal Mystery, if he is open to journey with Christ and His people in the truth of his own physical, mental and spiritual experience. The priest is plunged deep into the waters of life, often to discover the truth of who he really is.

2014 - Features
Saturday, 19 April 2014 13:34

Laventille in trauma

The shaking eventually stops in an earthquake; the winds and rain dissipate after a hurricane passes. But the trauma caused by crime in Laventille “never stops”.
Actor and community activist Hal Greaves made the point during his contribution at the conference Trauma, Conflict and Community Peacemakers, held April 8 at the Southern Academy for the Performing Arts, San Fernando.

Pastor tells youth: Set example for adults - Apr 20
2014 - News
Saturday, 19 April 2014 13:07

A pastor of the Church of Scotland has apologised to young people for the failures of adults, and challenged them to be the ones to set the good example.

“Young people, we have failed you,” Pastor Wayne Rock said last Sunday at Sacred Heart RC Church, Richmond Street, during the ecumenical Palm Sunday Christian Walk of Witness.

Appeal from Caribbean/Latin American religious: Fair legislation needed in DR - Apr 20
2014 - Caribbean Church News
Saturday, 19 April 2014 12:59

The government of the Dominican Republic (DR) must implement “fair and inclusive legislation” to resolve the issue of de-nationalisation brought about by a controversial court ruling, says the Confederation of Latin American and Caribbean Religious (CLAR).

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