Bishop Malzaire was born in Mon Repos, a community in the village of Micoud on the east of St Lucia. He dreamt of serving the Lord since the age 10. Bishop Malzaire studied at the Regional Seminary of St John Vianney and Ugandan Martyrs in Trinidad and Tobago. He holds a doctorate in Systematic Theology from the Gregorian University in Rome. His doctoral thesis, published in Rome, is a study of the relationship between theology of the Eucharist and the Social Teaching of the Church, as reflected in the thoughts of the late Pope Paul VI on the world’s poor and suffering.
The holy season of Lent is here again! It is no doubt one of the greatest opportunities the Church provides us for our spiritual growth and improved closeness with God. It is true that every season of the liturgical year is geared towards that divine closeness, but the season of Lent is unique in that, it more than any other, focuses on the Passion and Death of our Blessed Lord, that singular divine act by which our salvation was won. It is a reminder to the entire Christian community … [Read More...]