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Happy Eid Mubarak to our Muslim brothers and sisters.


Happy Independence Day

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Today we at Dominican Vocations of Trinbago celebrate our country's 49th independence. Let us continue to see each other as been made in the image and likeness of God. God bless our nation.

Bro. Matthew's Final Profession

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Bro. Matthew Martinez OP Takes Final Vows

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Amids the state of emergence and curfew a great event took place at the St. Finbar's Church Diego Martin  today the 29 August, 2011, on the feast of the beheading of St. John the Baptist. Bro. Matthew Martinez OP took final vows. The means that he is now fully a Dominican. We of the Dominican Vocations of Trinbago salute you and wish you God's riches blessing. Go Matthew, go.






The First Profession of Sr. Carla Maria Thomas OP

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Religious Life. By John Walsh

One very dear Dominican friend of mine who has since gone to his eternal reward always said to me, “John, we lose brothers in the religious life because of discouragement, keep going despite yourself.” These very wise words always come back to me when I read this passage of the gospel which the church presents to us today. The Canaanite woman was not a follower of Jesus, but she knew only he could save her daughter. She did not follow him in anyway but she trusted him and placed her faith in him. She I am sure grew in knowledge of him and became his disciple. Even though he practically tried to move her on, testing her faith, she insisted on him helping her despite her lack of knowledge of who he really was. St. Teresa of Avila once said that the whole edifice of prayer is founded on humility. Humility is the peaceful acceptance of one’s own radical poverty in life, not money but in general. For humble people God is everything and they are happy from my experience of religious life an…

Happy Feast Day to All.

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Happy fest day to all Domionicans. May God gives the graces that we need to win soul for God.