Sunday, November 18, 2018
Jamaica Observer:-  MONTEGO BAY, St James — Director of the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Department of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty, Nigel Coke is upbeat over talks with the minister of education about alternative dates for SDA students whenever examinations fall...
A Saint Lucian Clergyman has expressed concern about a recent 'buggery' ruling in the Trinidad and Tobago High Court. In a move that has been widely celebrated by gay rights activists across the Caribbean, the High Court ruled that the nation’s...
(HuffPost) - Weekly church attendance by American Catholics continues its decades-long decline, a new Gallup report shows. About 39 percent of Catholics reported attending church in any given week, according to data collected between 2014 and 2017 and released Monday. That’s down from...
(AP) — Pope Francis called Tuesday for unity in the Catholic Church and blamed its divisions on the devil. It was the second time in as many days that Francis has warned about the destructive work of the devil after...
(Reuters) - Pope Francis said on Monday that Catholics should not give "excessive importance" to certain Church rules while disregarding others, urging opponents of abortion to show equal passion for the lives of the poor and oppressed. The pope made...
The  first ever female Priest to have been appointed in the Anglican Diocese of the Windward Islands (St. Vincent, Grenada and Saint Lucia),  will installed as Priest in Charge of three churches here. The churches are: Grace Anglican Church in...
BBC:-  The Vatican has denied that Pope Francis told a well-known Italian journalist that "there is no hell". The quote came in an article in Italy's La Repubblica daily. But the Vatican said "no quotations" in the article "should be considered...
(AP) — Pope Francis on Thursday urged priests to be spiritually close to their flocks and not insist only on preaching laws when they sin. Francis issued the guidance during Holy Thursday Mass, which is meant to show the unity...
(AP) — A bishop in China's underground Catholic Church has reportedly been detained, just as the Vatican has been laying the groundwork for him to step aside as part of a long-sought deal with Beijing over bishop nominations. The AsiaNews...
(AFP) - A Greek bishop will be retried after being controversially acquitted on charges of inciting violence against homosexuals, a judicial source said Tuesday. Bishop Amvrosios, whose name is Athanassios Lenis, labelled gay people the "dregs of society" and called...