Catholic Engage Encounter

March 23, 2022

Remaining resilient in the midst of the pandemic

By Andre and Gizelle-Ann Hinkson We completed our Catholic Engaged Encounter weekend in October 2008 and were married in April 2009. The experience not only helped […]
March 23, 2022

Reigniting our call to serve

By Allyson and Michael Dwarka What does it mean to reignite our call to serve as Catholics? Traditionally, we have seen persons serving as catechists, lay […]
March 23, 2022

A ministry of families

From Kendall and Latoya Celestine, Coordinator couple, CEETT Happy 40th anniversary to our beloved ministry, Catholic Engaged Encounter of Trinidad and Tobago (CEETT)! CEETT is a […]
March 23, 2022

Our past, our future

From Anthony and Angela Mitchell, Coordinators, CEE Caribbean Catholic Engaged Encounter (CEE) came out of an initiative of Marriage Encounter in 1968, which saw the need […]
March 23, 2022

The importance of Catholic Engaged Encounter

The family is the most basic unit of the human society, and as such, it requires particular attention by the Christian community so it can carry […]