December 21, 2021

A reflective Christmas

By Felix Edinborough I can’t believe it! I really have to spend another Christmas without the usual family and friends? I did it last year, 2020, […]
December 21, 2021

Keeping fatherhood in Christmas

By Richard Thompson Looking back over the years, my adulthood has always challenged my true self-worth, whether I was a sales representative, manager, or director. I […]
December 21, 2021

Christmas as J’ouvert

J’ouvert is not far away. Ole mas 2022 coming! A time when the hapless citizen can make fun of the powerbrokers – in State, private sector, […]
December 16, 2021

Archbishop reminds “…it’s not Happy Holidays, it’s Christmas”

Society has blurred the real purpose of Christmas with commercialism and materialism, says Archbishop Jason Gordon. While the world may have “lost the reason for the […]
December 23, 2020

Tips for getting through ‘Christmas Blues’

The Christmas season is regarded as a time of festivity. The reality however, is that stress, anxiety loneliness, depression and conflict can be amplified at this […]
December 21, 2020

Christmas 2020 for a Catholic Olympian

Writer and copyeditor Simone Delochan contacted Olympian Andrew Lewis (AL) to find out a little about the traditions in his family he most enjoyed and how […]
December 18, 2020

As parents, should we differentiate between St Nick and Santa?

Fr Michael Rennier We don’t have to choose and we can make a connection between these two legends. Today is the feast of St. Nicholas, which […]
December 19, 2019

Christmas isn’t just a word, it requires action

BELIZE The rice and beans, relleno (a mixture of chicken, pork or beef, eggs cooked with a black recado paste), ham, salad, chicken, duck, all the […]