GNCC Special – Coping with the Stressors of a Pandemic

Join GNCC Live on Friday at 6:00pm for a special programme on Coping with the Stressors of a Pandemic with Dr. Sonia Nixon and Dr. Jacqueline Benn. You can be a part of the conversation via Zoom or any of the GNCC Platforms. See Zoom Link below: Catholic Bishop is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: GNCC – Coping with the Stressors of a Pandemic (COVID-19) Time: Sep…Keep Reading

Bishop Harvey to Discuss the Church’s Response to the Current COVID-19 Situation

Join us Live at 10:00am on Thursday 02 September 2021 as Bishop Clyde Harvey discusses the Church’s Response to the Current COVID-19 Situation.

Webinar on the Season of Creation with Sr. Delia Monrose, SSM Sr. Roxanne Neckles, SSM

Webinar on the Season of Creation with Sr. Delia Monrose, SSM Sr. Roxanne Neckles, SSM PRESENTING ON THE THEME: A HOME FOR ALL? RENEWING THE OIKOS OF GOD.

Webinar on the Season of Creation with Fr. Hugh Logan

Join Fr. Hugh Logan for a Webinar on the Season of Creation as he shares on the Theme “A Home for All, Renewing the Oikos of God” on Sunday September 05th 2021

Pope Francis invites you to celebrate Season of Creation

Pope Francis on Sunday called on all people to take “decisive, urgent action” during the upcoming Season of Creation in order to “transform this crisis into an opportunity.” Speaking during his Sunday Angelus, His Holiness said the “cry of the Earth and the cry of the poor are becoming increasingly serious and alarming.” Now is the time for all people, especially Catholics and Christians, to increase their commitment to our…Keep Reading

Ash Wednesday begins our Lenten Journey

Today, we begin the forty days of Lent which we can interprete as the annual retreat of God’s people in imitation of Jesus’ forty days in the wilderness. May God grant us the wisdom to understand what He ask of us this season of lent and the courage to do them joyfully. May God bless our Lent of 40 days. Happy Ash Wednesday.

Pope Francis: Commit to fraternity every day of the year

Pope Francis, during his weekly General Audience, recalls the first International Day of Human Fraternity, which falls on 4 February. He also announces his participation at a virtual meeting with the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, the UN Secretary General and other leaders. By Vatican News staff reporter During his Wednesday General Audience, Pope Francis recalled that Thursday, 4 February, marks the first International Day of Human Fraternity. The world day…Keep Reading

5th day within the octave of Christmas PROMPTED BY THE SPIRIT

Jesus was just like any other little baby, in fact He was from a very common family of a poor carpenter. But, Simeon was able to know and see something more than extraordinary entering the temple. He was not even in the temple but he was PROMPTED to go and meet the infant Jesus. There are so many great things around us, a lot of uncommon and extraordinary ideas and…Keep Reading

The Holy Innocents, Martyrs – Feast. HEROD’S FURY/FACTOR

The issue of Herod is a reality we must be conscious of in life. Enemies are real. Threats are real. Sometimes you even have them without knowing. Herod represents evil and wickedness at its peak. People who are threatened by other people’s success, people who are desperate for power and they don’t want any other person to stand except them. That’s not all, they are ready to do anything to…Keep Reading

First Barbadian to be ordained bishop

The Diocese of Bridgetown, Barbados will now have one of its own as bishop as Pope Francis has appointed Fr Neil Sebastian Scantlebury, 55, to become the first Barbadian to be ordained Catholic bishop. The announcement was made Monday, December 28 at noon, Vatican City time (7 a.m. local time). The date of episcopal ordination has already been set: Wednesday, March 17, 2021 at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Bridgetown. March 17…Keep Reading


The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Solemnity. Genesis 3.9-15,20, Ephesians 1.3-6, 11-12, Luke 1. 26-38 No one understands the message of salvation like Mary, mother of Jesus. She was very humble and grateful for the gift of God. When she heard the greetings of the Angel, she was deeply disturbed, ‘what could this greeting mean’, she wondered within herself. Today many of us claim that we are…Keep Reading


Sunday 16 August 2020 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Isaiah 56.1,6-7, Romans 11.13-15,29-32, Matthew 15.21-28. The three readings of today speak in favour of the strangers/foreigners. These strangers are those perceived as being outside the blessings of God. They are the ‘pagans’, ‘unbelievers’, ‘gentiles’ etc. In the first reading, Isaiah prophesied that the holocausts and sacrifices of these strangers will be accepted, they will be made joyful in the house…Keep Reading