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The local Church invites families to a virtual celebration of Pentecost

Archbishop Jason Gordon invites all Catholic families of various parishes and communities to join him virtually in making the Pentecost Vigil Mass on Saturday, May 22 a nationwide celebration.

Catholic households are asked to tune in to Trinity TV platforms or CatholicTT Facebook page at 6 p.m. to participate in this “special event” which Archbishop Gordon will celebrate from the Archbishop’s Chapel.

Together, the Archdiocese will pray and ask the Holy Spirit to clothe Catholic families with power from on high.

Parish priests will be at their parish altar at 5.45 p.m. ready to celebrate simultaneously via the Zoom platform.

“We’re asking families to come around the television, but only in your bubble. And your bubble is the people you normally live with. So, no one should leave their place of dwelling and go to anyone else….” Archbishop Gordon emphasised.

He hoped that each family will experience God’s Holy Spirit coming upon them in a very powerful, profound, and beautiful way.

The Pentecost Vigil Mass for families is part of the Archdiocese’s broader initiative to prepare families for the mission they are called to enter into. The Archbishop shared this during Mass on May 14, 2021

The Archdiocesan Family Life Commission has been key in leading this call for families. Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, they have planned several activities families can engage in while staying at home and staying safe.

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