Conversations with Archbishop J

August 10, 2022

Take a stand for family morality, parental rights

Q: Archbishop J, who has responsibility for the education of a child? A global movement is spending a lot of money in Trinidad and Tobago around […]
August 4, 2022

The family in Bethany – a pathway to the domestic Church

The domestic Church is first and foremost a theological concept. It is primarily seen by the Church as rooted in the marriage bond of a man […]
July 27, 2022

What we must do for true freedom

Q: Archbishop J, what is freedom? For the young nations of the Caribbean, August 1 is historic. On that day, 188 years ago, the British parliament […]
July 18, 2022

Adam’s mandate is ours too

Q: Archbishop J, if the domestic Church has a real liturgy, where does the priesthood come from? Marriage is a very special sacrament. I remember learning […]
July 11, 2022

Domestic Church – connections and configurations

Q: Archbishop J, why family rites? I have written before that every family—on pilgrimage to be fully a domestic Church—has rites: (1) rite of relationships, (2) […]
July 5, 2022

Domestic Church – a working definition

Q: Archbishop J, what is a domestic Church? At Pentecost 2020 we left the Upper Room to mission the domestic Church. The question lingers, however: What […]
June 14, 2022

Prepare to encounter Christ: Holy Spirit, Word, and Liturgy

Q: Archbishop J, explain the work of the Holy Spirit in the prayer of the Church? When we think about the Holy Spirit we think of […]
June 7, 2022

Treating a grave matter with mercy and compassion

Q: Archbishop J, why is the Church so harsh on women and abortion? Many people believe that abortion is a gender issue. It may also be […]