April 24, 2024

On bois, blood, and water

By Matthew Woolford According to the Old Testament Book of Ecclesiastes 3:1, “There is an appointed time for everything, and a time for every affair under […]
April 17, 2024

My transformation – The Synodal Church Mission and Easter

By Noel Nunes Synod Facilitator, Cathedral/Sacred Heart Parish As we reflect on the spiritual journey this Easter season, I feel compelled to share the profound transformation […]
February 9, 2024

Church and Carnival: inculturation to evangelisation

By Bryan Matadeen After my reflecting and journeying on the relationship between Church and Carnival, I found my outlook to be refined but not completely changed. […]
January 17, 2024

Does politics have a morality of its own?

By Fr Kwesi Alleyne, a member of the Maloney Parish Clergy Team As I ruminated on the Epiphany readings with the familiar imagery of the Wise […]
September 13, 2023

His greatest miracle?

By Matthew Woolford According to Dr M Scott Peck: “I began The Road Less Traveled with the assertion that ‘life is difficult’. In Further Along the […]
June 21, 2023

Add love, care, respect to curriculum

“Teachers need to teach the old-time values of love, care, and respect. The world needs to be anchored in the love of God, more today than […]
March 28, 2023

Crucifixion – asking subversive questions

By Fr Martin Sirju, Cathedral Administrator Holy Week is the most sacred time in the liturgical life of the Catholic Church. It recalls the last moments […]
March 15, 2023

Higher ground

By Matthew Woolford It was one of the most beautiful things I had ever seen in sports, and it took place during Week 2 of the […]