Category: Church

No clear choice

After a day of marathon voting in the highly anticipated election for a Bishop to replace the retired Dr John Holder, no clear winner has emerged with the Anglican Church clearly divided over youthful candidate Rev John Rogers, 45, rector of St George Parish Church and his senior Dr Jeffrey Gibson, 61, Dean of The […]

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Easter Message from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgetown

“Who will roll away the stone for us from the entrance to the tomb?” The women who were set on going to Jesus’ tomb to anoint his body with spices were preoccupied with this worry. “But when they looked, they could see that the stone – which was very big – had already been rolled […]

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Learn from crucifixion

Anglican cleric Reverend Mark Harewood today reminded parishioners of the lessons learnt from the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. He also urged those gathered during a three hour-long Good Friday service, at the St Barnabas Anglican Church, this afternoon to remember Jesus’ love and humility during his time on Calvary. “Even though people tortured him . […]

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Evil-doers appear to be prospering, says Catholic priest

A Catholic priest is urging Barbadians to continue doing good even though evil-doers in the country appear to be prospering. Delivering the sermon during a service to mark the 60th anniversary of the Barbados Co-operative Credit Union League (BCCUL), Father Charles Dominique, priest in charge of the St Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, on Bay Street, […]

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Catholic Bishop called back to Trinidad

Catholic Bishop Jason Gordon is preparing to take up a higher position in his native Trinidad and Tobago. Gordon is to be installed as the 13th Archbishop of Port of Spain after his appointment by Pope Francis was officially published on the Holy See Press Office’s website earlier today. The 58-year-old religious leader replaces Archbishop […]

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Morris slams absence of church leadership after the storms

Controversial Anglican cleric Charles Morris is wondering where the leadership of his church is gone in the wake of two superstorms that have devastated several countries in the northern Caribbean. Morris contended that with Hurricanes Irma and Maria causing death and destruction, Archbishop of the West Indies Dr John Holder should have been out there […]

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Too many square pegs in the legal profession, says cleric

The legal profession is being encouraged to weed out the “square pegs in round holes” who get in the way of progress. In a fiery sermon Monday morning at the Calvary Moravian Church on Roebuck Street, The City to mark the official start of the 2017-2018 legal year, Rev Dr Adrian Smith said the profession […]

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‘State-sponsored murder’ not the answer to crime

The local Roman Catholic Church is not about to embrace eye-for-an-eye justice as a means of tackling crime. In fact, the head of the church here Bishop Jason Gordon dismissed capital punishment as nothing but “state-sponsored murder”, which would do little to curb the troubling crime situation here. “All people have human dignity just by […]

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Pardon our debts

The local Roman Catholic Church is calling on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to forgive the debts of countries battered by the dangerous Hurricane Irma. Arguing that those that felt the fury of the storm would not be able to meet their commitments to the lending agency while seeking to rebuild, the ecclesial movement SIGNIS […]

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Robin Hood gangs

In what could be described as a reprise of the Robin Hood practices of former Jamaican drug lord Christopher Dudus Coke or Pablo Escobar, the former head of the dangerous Medellín drug cartel in Columbia, a local pastor and social worker is contending that some of the worst gang members here are also assisting the […]

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RiRi mourns

Local Grammy Award winning superstar Robyn Rihanna Fenty traded her Aura International costume for a striped blue blouse, blue jeans and a pair of nude boots as she paid final respects to Joseph Nathaniel Alexander, the grandfather of her best friend Sonita Alexander. Rihanna introduced a sense of levity to the otherwise sombre occasion when […]

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Spiritual Baptist leader dies

The hierarchy of the local Spiritual Baptist Church is due to meet shortly to choose a new leader following the death last night of Archbishop Malcolm Babb. It is the second time in three years that the Sons of God Apostolic Spiritual Baptist Church  was thrown into mourning, following the death of its founder and […]

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Anglican Church about to launch think-tank

Barbados’ first ever think-tank spearheaded by the Cathedral Church will be launched this weekend. Dean of the St Michael’s Cathedral, Reverend Dr Jeffery Gibson said the St Michael Centre for Faith and Action will bring an innovative dimension to the church’s longstanding ministry in Barbados. “The centre will explore and analyze burning issues affecting the […]

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Godly advice for primary students

Hundreds of primary school students gearing up for the next stage of their educational journey, were this morning encouraged to let God take over as they embark on this new phase of their lives. At On The Road To High School, a prayer event hosted by the organizers of Barbados Gospelfest, students from primary schools […]

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Archbishop appeals for an end to violence

Archbishop of the West Indies Dr John Holder is appealing to Barbadians not to become a people who see violence as an easy and acceptable option to solve their problems. Speaking against the backdrop of a recent violent attack on a Lester Vaughn Secondary School student by a mob of schoolmates, and a rise in […]

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Reverend Hazell's call

Those worshipping today at Good Friday service, held at the Christ Church Parish Church, were urged to remain steadfast in their faith. The encouragement came from Anglican Reverend Sandra Hazell as she delivered the sermon during a three-hour devotion entitled – Seven words from the Cross. “We fear commitment to our jobs, to our relationships, […]

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Jehovah Witnesses here worried over Russian court ruling

Members of the Jehovah’s Witnesses faith here have expressed concern about the plight of fellow Witnesses in Russia, which is seeking to ban the religious organization altogether. Russia’s Supreme Court Thursday upheld the decision of a Russian city to ban Jehovah’s Witnesses as an extremist group. The millenarian restorationist Christian church has come under increasing pressure […]

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