April 10, 2024

Migrant children to start in RC schools next term

The Ministry of National Security has given the greenlight for Venezuelan migrant children meeting requirements to begin entering Catholic primary schools in the new academic year […]
April 9, 2024

Building Catholic youth sport ministry

The power of sports is undeniable but quite often sporting events and recreation seem to conflict with religious events and practices. More than seven years ago, […]
April 4, 2024

Power of Jesus’ Resurrection is alive

The power of the Resurrection is alive and well in the world today and there are signs of its mystery, said Archbishop Charles Jason Gordon in […]
March 29, 2024

Reflecting on Christ’s Crucifixion: Insights from St Augustine and the Popes

The crucifixion of Jesus Christ stands as the central and defining event in Christian theology, a profound mystery that has captivated the minds and hearts of […]
March 28, 2024

Easter Triduum explained

In the tapestry of Catholic liturgy, few events stand as profoundly significant as the Easter Triduum. Spanning three days—Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Vigil—the […]
March 27, 2024

St Joseph is the man!

Many men are struggling with the “father wound” and the effects are visible in many ways. However, they can turn to St Joseph as spiritual father […]
March 27, 2024

Special collection for Haiti

A special collection will be taken up after Easter for Haiti. It will be sent to the Haitian Bishops’ conference for the charitable works they are […]
March 27, 2024

God uses ‘strange instruments’ to renew the world

By Kaelanne Jordan, mediarelations.camsel@catholictt.org The priesthood is a gift not to be lauded over, but a calling to accompany, to journey with. It is also not […]