by Bishop Christopher Glancy, Auxiliary Bishop of Belize City-Belmopan, Belize
August 31, 2014
Twenty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time – Jeremiah 20: 7-9 Psalm 62 Romans 12: 1-2 Matthew 16: 21-27
Gospel Reflection August 31, 2014 22nd Sun OT
Reflections for September will be by Archbishop Patrick Pinder, Archbishop of Nassau, Bahamas
Catholic News – Trinidad – 17th August 2014
The reminder came from CSCC principal Bishop Jason Gordon at the August 9 closing ceremony at Emmaus Centre, Torecilla, Arima.
|SIGNIS World President Gustavo Andújar addresses the CSCC 20th anniversary celebration on August 7. Photo Enrico De Shong
Thirty-four students from seven Caribbean countries participated in CSCC 2014, which ran from August 3 – 9. Continue reading
Fr Harvey at Liturgy School – Catholic News Trinidad – 17th August 2014
|Fr Clyde Harvey
Let’s face it: Controversy “is part of the lifeblood the Church,” says Vicar for Clergy, Fr Clyde Harvey, and “we need to think about them, talk about them and challenge each other on them” Continue reading
Catholic News, Trinidad, 15th August 2014
With the growing number of lay persons interested in teaching and preaching, the Theological Institute of the Seminary of St John Vianney and the Uganda Martyrs is now offering a Certificate in Lay Ministry. Continue reading
Catholic News – Trinidad – 10th August 2014
Bishop Jason Gordon has called on those involved in Catholic communications in the Caribbean to be “discerning connoisseurs of technology”.
|Sr Angela Ann Zukowski assists a group of CSCC participants.
He asked participants in the 2014 Caribbean School of Catholic Communications (CSCC) to consider whether they were focused on discipleship and using technology in service of that discipleship, or whether they hungered for technology and were trying to somehow incorporate discipleship as they satisfied that hunger. Continue reading