30 04, 2015

Youth Rally- 2015

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Dear Brothers and sisters in Christ, we come once again to this mysterious moment called New Year’s Day. I say mysterious because, year after year, we gather at the feet of the Lord, wondering what is in store for us; wondering how the year will unfold:—with fortunes or the contrary? Some of us come with our own lists, to tell the Lord what we would like to achieve in the coming year, and asking him to lend a hand in bringing them to fruition. The unfortunate truth is that, for many of us, even before the first month is over, we unwittingly find ourselves abandoning all the beautiful resolutions we have made, as we get caught up with the demands of the New Year.

30 04, 2015

Easter Vigil- 2015

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Dear Brothers and sisters in Christ, we come once again to this mysterious moment called New Year’s Day. I say mysterious because, year after year, we gather at the feet of the Lord, wondering what is in store for us; wondering how the year will unfold:—with fortunes or the contrary? Some of us come with our own lists, to tell the Lord what we would like to achieve in the coming year, and asking him to lend a hand in bringing them to fruition. The unfortunate truth is that, for many of us, even before the first month is over, we unwittingly find ourselves abandoning all the beautiful resolutions we have made, as we get caught up with the demands of the New Year.

26 04, 2015

Good Friday – 2015

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Dear Brothers and sisters in Christ, we come once again to this mysterious moment called New Year’s Day. I say mysterious because, year after year, we gather at the feet of the Lord, wondering what is in store for us; wondering how the year will unfold:—with fortunes or the contrary? Some of us come with our own lists, to tell the Lord what we would like to achieve in the coming year, and asking him to lend a hand in bringing them to fruition. The unfortunate truth is that, for many of us, even before the first month is over, we unwittingly find ourselves abandoning all the beautiful resolutions we have made, as we get caught up with the demands of the New Year.

26 04, 2015

Holy Thursday 2015

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Dear Brothers and sisters in Christ, we come once again to this mysterious moment called New Year’s Day. I say mysterious because, year after year, we gather at the feet of the Lord, wondering what is in store for us; wondering how the year will unfold:—with fortunes or the contrary? Some of us come with our own lists, to tell the Lord what we would like to achieve in the coming year, and asking him to lend a hand in bringing them to fruition. The unfortunate truth is that, for many of us, even before the first month is over, we unwittingly find ourselves abandoning all the beautiful resolutions we have made, as we get caught up with the demands of the New Year.

23 04, 2015

Chrism Mass 2015

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Dear Brothers and sisters in Christ, we come once again to this mysterious moment called New Year’s Day. I say mysterious because, year after year, we gather at the feet of the Lord, wondering what is in store for us; wondering how the year will unfold:—with fortunes or the contrary? Some of us come with our own lists, to tell the Lord what we would like to achieve in the coming year, and asking him to lend a hand in bringing them to fruition. The unfortunate truth is that, for many of us, even before the first month is over, we unwittingly find ourselves abandoning all the beautiful resolutions we have made, as we get caught up with the demands of the New Year.

13 01, 2014

Emeritus Archbishop Kelvin Felix named a Cardinal by Pope Francis

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The Diocese of Roseau is extremely happy to receive the news of the naming of Archbishop Kelvin Felix as Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He is among 19 Catholic prelates from around the world who were elevated to the office by Pope Francis. The announcement was made by the Holy Father during the Angelus at the Vatican on Sunday, January 12, 2014. In his announcement, the pope stated that the new Cardinals “represent the deep ecclesiastical relationship between the Church of Rome and the other Churches throughout the world.” The consistory, that is, the ceremony at which the cardinals are formally instated, will be held in Rome on February 22, 2014. One of the functions of the Cardinals of the Catholic Church is to elect a new Pontiff. However, as he is over 80, Archbishop Felix will not be eligible to vote for a new pope. We congratulate Archbishop Kelvin Felix for the great honour bestowed on him by the Holy Father. It is not doubt an indication of his selfless dedication to the Church and the esteem at which he is held by Holy See. We too in the Diocese share in that honour. His Lordship, Bishop Gabriel Malzaire invites persons who are able and willing to be part of a delegation to accompany Archbishop Kelvin to the consistory in Rome on February 22, 2014. Anyone who is interested should contact the Bishop’s office as soon as possible.

9 01, 2014

Bishop’s New Year’s Homily 2014

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Dear Brothers and sisters in Christ, we come once again to this mysterious moment called New Year’s Day. I say mysterious because, year after year, we gather at the feet of the Lord, wondering what is in store for us; wondering how the year will unfold:—with fortunes or the contrary? Some of us come with our own lists, to tell the Lord what we would like to achieve in the coming year, and asking him to lend a hand in bringing them to fruition. The unfortunate truth is that, for many of us, even before the first month is over, we unwittingly find ourselves abandoning all the beautiful resolutions we have made, as we get caught up with the demands of the New Year.

9 01, 2014

Bishop’s Christmas Homily

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Anyone who thinks of Christmas in its real sense wants to be holy. Anyone who reflects on the innocence of the Christ-Child and His mission wishes that he/she would never sin. But the fortunate truth is that, it was for this very reason that Christ came; to make this reality possible - the holiness, the sinlessness of humanity. It was St. Paul who, in reference to this saving purpose of Christ, reminded us in his Letter to the Romans in 5:8, that all this happened while were still sinners.

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