It is with great sadness that we announce the death of the Most Reverend Bishop Vincent Darius, O.P., Bishop of St. George’s in Grenada. The late Bishop Darius was born on the 6th September, 1955 and was ordained Bishop of St. George’s Grenada on the 2nd October, 2002. Continue reading
Reflections for September are by Bishop Vincent Darius, Bishop of St. George’s in Grenada
Text: Mk 8:27-35
Has it ever aroused your interest or curiosity about what people or your friends think about you? In today’s Gospel Jesus seeks to find out about what people are saying about him. To his disciples, he poses two questions. Who do people say that the Son of Man is and who do you say that He is? Continue reading
Reflections for September are by Bishop Vincent Darius, Bishop of St. George’s in Grenada – See attached Photo and Biography on Bishop Vincent Darius
Gospel: Mk 7:31-37
What is your attitude towards people who are physically challenged? Do we feel, think and act as if they were less than? Or do we believe that they, too, have been beautifully created by God? Today our Gospel reading describes how a community responded to a member of their community who was deaf and dumb and also Jesus’ response. Continue reading
|Catholic News , Saturday, 24 May 2014 21:37|
|Archbishop hails 60 years of fidelity By Lara Pickford-Gordon
While not wanting to “canonise” 88-year-old Bishop Emeritus Sydney Charles before he died, Archbishop Joseph Harris said all would agree that Bishop Charles had shown the love and mercy of God in Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada and wherever he went.
Go, therefore, make disciples of all the nations (Mt 28:19) was the chosen theme for Rio-in-Grenada, the World Youth Day (WYD) solidarity event in the diocese of St George’s, Grenada.
As a diocesan delegation was unable to attend WYD Rio, the Diocesan Youth Coordinator Sr Gillian Jerome SSM and her team organised the event. Continue reading
ROMAN Catholic Priest Father Theodore Taylor has died at the age of 80. Continue reading
Two thousand Catholics from every corner of Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique gathered last Sunday at the National Stadium, St George’s, for a threefold celebration: the 10th anniversary of the ordination of Vincent Darius as Bishop, the inauguration of the Year of Faith proclaimed by Pope Benedict XVI and the formal proclamation of the Decrees of the First Diocesan Synod of the Diocese of St George’s-in-Grenada.
Kirani James (born 1 September 1992) is a Grenadian sprinter who specializes in the 200 and 400 metres. He is the reigning 400 metres world champion as well as the reigning Olympic champion, winning the 400 metres at London 2012. This was Grenada’s first Olympic medal.