Cathedral Men in the Footsteps of Christ

PASSING OF FR. MARK HAYNES

Diocese of St. George’s-in-Grenada, October 14, 2023: It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Fr. Mark Haynes, who served the Diocese of St. George’s-in-Grenada for 40 years. (3 weeks short of 40 Years) He served as both parish priest, of various parishes, and Diocesan Youth Co-coordinator. Fr. Mark died peacefully this afternoon at St. Martin’s Home for the Aged, Crochu, St. Andrew, Grenada, where he was…Keep Reading

Final Marian Devotion at Our Lady of Fatima Shrine Battle Hill This Sunday at 3:00pm

Dont Miss This Year’s Final Marian Devotion at Our Lady of Fatima Shrine Battle Hill This Sunday at 3:00pm

Officially Visit of the Apostolic Nuncio

H.E. Santiago De Wit Guzman Apostolic Nuncio to the (AEC) to Officially Visit Grenada October 17th to the 20th. Bishop Clyde Harvey gives an update on the visit

“Lest we forget – CTCT memories”

By: Ottrisha Carter         The Conference on Theology in the Caribbean Today (CTCT) hosted an online conversation between one of its founders, Msgr. Patrick ‘PABA’ Anthony and an executive member, Dr. Adanna James, on April 20th, 2023. As the CTCT prepares to host this year’s conference from June 26th – 30th, in Grenada, Msgr. Anthony took viewers down memory lane.         To begin, Msgr. Anthony shared that after the closure of the…Keep Reading

Bro. Barry Noel elected as New Congregational leader(Superior General) of the Presentation Brothers

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

MEDIA RELEASE FROM THE CATHOLIC BISHOPS of the ANTILLES EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE following the 67TH ANNUAL PLENARY MEETING

Becoming a Synodal Church is the mandate of the Church in the AEC region. At the 67th AnnualPlenary Meeting, held April 23-28, 2023 in Aruba, the AEC Bishops committed to transform thechurch at every level to reflect the call to synodality by Pope Francis. This commitment to walktogether shaped both the agenda and the approach of the entire meeting where Sexual Abuse,Crime and Violence, and Solidarity with Haiti were discussed….Keep Reading

Bishop Harvey says Thanks

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

Remembering Fr. Edward Conlon,  25th anniversary of his passing.

December 19th 2022  will make it 25 years since our beloved parish priest Fr. Edward Conlon suddenly  passed away. Even if it has been 25 years his memory is still alive in the hearts and mind of the parishioners of St. Martin De Porres (Crochu) and St. Joseph’s (Pomme Rose) Catholic churches. Father Ed as he was commonly known came to Grenada in 1982, a native from Cincinnati, Ohio. He…Keep Reading

“Enlarge the Space of Your Tent”

“Enlarge the Space of Your Tent” is the title of the document issued on October 27, to mark the Continental Stage of the current Synod of Bishops 2021 – 24. It is taken from Chapter 4, verse 2 of the Prophet Isaiah. The whole verse reads “Enlarge the space of your tent, stretch out your hangings, freely, lengthen your ropes, make your pegs firm”. The verse evokes the image of…Keep Reading

Catholic Focus November 2022

Politics in Grenada Today

Politics in Grenada Today

The 47th Anniversary of Grenada’s Independence seems like a good time to reflect on what we might refer to as “our politics.” As a nation we must never forget that our politics were sometimes violent and that old enmities still persist. Issues from the past still haunt us and we have not yet succeeded in building consensus around a vision for the future based on the talents and abilities of…Keep Reading