𝑺𝒆𝒂𝒔𝒐𝒏 𝒐𝒇 𝑪𝒓𝒆𝒂𝒕𝒊𝒐𝒏 𝑪𝒉𝒂𝒍𝒍𝒆𝒏𝒈𝒆 2023: The deadline is Monday 11 September, 2023 by 4PM Caribbean Time. Submit your entries via Google Form https://forms.gle/GMiUo3sDx5GgchoGA. #SOC2023 #SeasonOfCreation #socchallenge
What Can We Do to Celebrate Grenada’s 50th Anniversary of Independence.
September Is Catechetical Month – The Diocese will celebrate Catechetical Sunday 17th September 2023. More Information coming soon.
Through the support of Caritas Internationalis, a global coalition comprised of over 160 Catholic relief, development, and social service organisations spanning more than 200 countries and territories, the Ministry of Agriculture and Lands, Fisheries, and Cooperatives has successfully furnished a total of 152 farmers with Power Tillers and Water Pumps.
The Catholic Church in Grenada rejoices in the election of Bro. BARRY NOEL, a son of Grenada, as the new Congregational leader(Superior General) of the Presentation Brothers. He I’d the first Grenadian to lead an international congregation in the Catholic Church. The Brothers have run schools in Grenada, Trinidad and St.Lucia as well as in Ireland, USA Africa and Canada. As in Grenada they continue to make an outstanding contribution…Keep Reading
Becoming a Synodal Church is the mandate of the Church in the AEC region. At the 67th Annual Plenary Meeting, held April 23-28, 2023 in Aruba, the AEC Bishops committed to transform the church at every level to reflect the call to synodality by Pope Francis. This commitment to walk together shaped both the agenda and the approach of the entire meeting where Sexual Abuse, Crime and Violence, and Solidarity…Keep Reading
Bishop Clyde Martin Harvey and the Diocese of St. George’s in Grenada, thanks the Minister of Infrastructure and Prime Minister, the Hon. Dickon Mitchell, the Minister of Implementation and Transformation, the Hon. Andy Williams, the Parliamentary Representative for St. Andrew South West the Hon. Lennox Andrews, the Permanent Secretaries, public servants and faithful citizens who contributed to the safe demolition of the Old R.C. Church at Grenville that partially collapsed…Keep Reading
Brothers and sisters in the Lord, I greet you this year after Lent has already begun. The Ash Wednesday invitation remains as strong and urgent today as it was two weeks ago, “Remember that you are dust and unto dust you shall return”. “Repent and believe the Good News”. Did you hear that invitation this year? Have you already acted on it or are you one of those who wait…Keep Reading
ALL ARE INVITED!!!, to be celebrated by the Bishop Clyde Harvey, clergy, all our religious and lay faithful. Please keep the consecrated persons in your prayers and make every effort to attend the mass.
Job Opportunity Applications are invited from suitable qualified persons to fill the position of CARE MANAGER at the St. Martin’s Home for the Aged. Summary of Position The position is required to manage the care of the residents at the Home by ensuring that their needs are met in an effective and efficient manner, in accordance with the policies, rules and regulations of the Home. Qualification and Experience Professional Qualification…Keep Reading
All citizens must be concerned about the upsurge of violence in our schools. When that violence involves children, all of us have a responsibility to seek to correct it in any way we can, whether with our own children or the children of others. Education cannot take place in a context of violence or warfare. Recent incidents, however, indicate that parents are becoming the agents of such violence. Parents send…Keep Reading
The notion of journeying together yielded mixed results throughout the diocese. There was a perception that this aspect of a synodal church was more evident in the past. Many responses from the ‘people of God’ indicated that there was nostalgia. It was noted that there had been changes and that there should be changes for improvement going forward. It was evident that “people want to be part of the decision-making…Keep Reading