For Women

April 18, 2024

God’s love in grief

By Camille Ramdial-Cumberbatch I am now a widow! This was one of my first revelations upon receiving a call on March 15 at 2:40 a.m. from […]
April 18, 2024

Love Letter to my family: My Journey to Organ Donation

By Camille McMillan Rambharat As April unfolds, so does the significance of Organ Donation Awareness Month. Admittedly, I, like many, remained oblivious to its existence until […]
April 11, 2024

Work from Home: The New Normal

Camille McMillan Rambharat What does your work-life balance look like? How well are you managing your time? In today’s rapidly evolving world, the future of work […]
April 11, 2024

What would your death look like? Part II

“Why would you want to volunteer among sick and dying people?” This question, along with similar ones, was posed to me countless times by loved ones […]
March 27, 2024

What would your death look like?

By Camille Mc Milan Rambharat What would your death look like? That’s the question asked by the palliative coordinator on the first day of training as […]
March 27, 2024

In my season of tears

By Rosemary Campbell I prided myself on being a good Catholic woman. I attended Mass regularly, sat for hours with the Blessed Sacrament, sang in the […]
March 21, 2024

What Catholic women want to know: Interview with Fr Maurice White

Fresh off the press!!! Everybody wants to know what’s the deal with the newly ordained priest Father Maurice White. So here are the deets! 1. Name: […]
March 21, 2024

Poem: Interference

By Michelle Lee “Our faith will be tested but we must leave all up to Him.”   The enemy too hears when we pray So watch […]