Impelled by the Archdiocese of Kingston’s Strategic Plan 2020-2030, Archbishop Kenneth Richards of Kingston, established the Communications Commission of the Archdiocese of Kingston September 29.
According to a Jamaica Gleaner article, the commission is established to facilitate the Church’s Mission of Evangelisation, sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ and provide current and up-to-date information about the life and activities of the church within the Archdiocese.
The Communications Commission aims to enable parishes and ministries throughout the Archdiocese to access Catholic resources from the Internet (website, social media, archdiocesan and parish apps), airwaves (radio and television), and print media (Catholic Opinion and Archdiocesan Printery).
The commission will also serve as the contact point for the Archdiocese of Kingston and the official communications office for the Archbishop of Kingston.
Fr Thomas Dynetius, pastor of St Patrick’s and Christ the Redeemer parishes, will be the chairman of the commission with Fr Maria-Lucas Gunalan as co-chairman of the commission.