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Bernadette Salandy – a good and faithful servant

By Felix Edinborough As a template for our lives should we want to enter paradise, Jesus said, “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life” (Jn 14:6)

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“Caribbean people love Scripture” – a reflection on Sunday Word of God

On Sunday, January 22, 2023, the Catholic Church celebrates Sunday of the Word of God. The goal is to celebrate, study, and disseminate the Word of Go

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Call for Papers and Creative Presentations 2023

Call for Papers and Creative Presentations Conference 2023 St. Martin Retreat Centre Mt. St. Ervan's Grenada Dates: June 26-30, 2023 (

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Intercultural‐Biblical Reflections on Christian Identity

Culture – Bible – Identity (CBI) Intercultural‐Biblical Reflections on Christian Identity New International Research Proje

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Addressing the secular Church

The Church is facing precipitous decline, with sharp drops in practising populations. Figures that we used to see within a generation are now happenin

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Advent from the Ledge

There is usually a special natural ambience at this time of the year. Have you noticed when dawn breaks there is a lingering softness of light as i

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Mia Mottley Tide

By Donald Chambers Prime Minister the Honourable Mia Mottley, Barbados became a Republic on November 30, 2021 (Feast of St. Andrew), seve

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The ADVENT-ure of HOPE

The Advent-ure of Hope. There are two words that we use…and .usually apply to some of the most critical times in our lives: 

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The Covid effect: Turning the tide-CatholicTT

“The tide. tide is time, tide is timing, low tide, high tide, it’s the moment, the Kairos” (Don Chambers, CTCT, 2021). In oceanogra

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Living on the Ledge of Caribbean Theology

It is said that the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world. Today there are many hands that are rocking the cradle of life. As we prepare f

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