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Thursday, September 22, 2011

New Trini Bishop Bridgetown and Kingstown.

Roman Catholics from across the Caribbean applauded loudly yesterday afternoon as Bishop Charles Jason Gordon of the Dioceses of Bridgetown and Kingstown was presented to them following his ordination at St Patrick’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, Jemmotts Lane, Barbados.

The solemn ceremony conducted by Archbishop Joseph Harris of the Archdioceses of Trinidad and Tobago and attended by several bishops and archbishops, which gave the celebration a distinctly Caribbean flavour including steelband accompaniment to the up-beat-tempo of religious songs in this solenm ordination mass.








Here, uttering the words: “My people, here is your bishop,” Archbishop Harris said joyusly.

 Congratulation Bishop Gordon.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Irish Dominican Vocations: Two New Priests

Irish Dominican Vocations: Two New Priests: The Dominicans in Ireland celebrated in Dublin today, Sunday 18th September, with the ordination of two of our brothers as priests. The ar...

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

New Novicies

Today on the fest of the Holy Cross we thank God for all the mercies. Christophe Cole and Sean Crepin received and entered the Dominican Novicate today in Ireland. Both men are from the parish of St. Phillip and St. James Chaguanas.

Bro. Sean Cerpin receiving the Habit

Bro. Christophe Cole Receiving the Habit
Blessings of the Rosary

The Provincial and the Noviciate Community

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

The Dominican Order

Orden de Predicadores Internacional

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...: Our newly solemnly professed brothers for 2011 (left to right) Bro Matthew Martinez OP, Bro Luuk Jansen OP and Bro Colm Mannion OP  The I...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...: Our newly solemnly professed brothers for 2011 (left to right) Bro Matthew Martinez OP, Bro Luuk Jansen OP and Bro Colm Mannion OP  The I...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...: Our newly solemnly professed brothers for 2011 (left to right) Bro Matthew Martinez OP, Bro Luuk Jansen OP and Bro Colm Mannion OP  The I...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...: Our newly solemnly professed brothers for 2011 (left to right) Bro Matthew Martinez OP, Bro Luuk Jansen OP and Bro Colm Mannion OP  The I...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...: Our newly solemnly professed brothers for 2011 (left to right) Bro Matthew Martinez OP, Bro Luuk Jansen OP and Bro Colm Mannion OP  The I...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...

Irish Dominican Vocations: Solemn Profession of Colm Mannion OP and Luuk Jans...: Our newly solemnly professed brothers for 2011 (left to right) Bro Matthew Martinez OP, Bro Luuk Jansen OP and Bro Colm Mannion OP  The I...

Monday, September 5, 2011

Discernment Day

Come Follow me.
Do you feel called by God? Them join us on our Discernment Day On the Dominican life. On Saturday 29th October, 2011 at 10:00am. At the Holy Cross Priory, Calvary Hill, Arima. For more information call  Fr. Dwight Black OP at 781 5865.

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Ordination of Brian Doyle

Congratulation to Fr. Brian Dolye on his ordination to the priesthood.

Bro. Brian Doyle

Fr. Brian with Most Rev. Denis Brennan and Deacon Denis Murphy OP

Saturday, September 3, 2011

Congratulations, Alistair Elias, Calvin Auguiste & Ashford St. Romain!

Redemptorists in the English-speaking Region of the Caribbean celebrated earlier this week with three students who took the next steps in their vocations with the Congregation.
During a special Mass August 16, Baltimore Provincial Kevin Moley accepted the final vows of Alistair Elias, and the first vows of Calvin Auguiste and Ashford St. Romain.
Alistair, a native of Grenada, will continue his theology studies this fall at Boston College. Calvin, from Dominica, and Ashford, from St. Lucia, will both return to their philosophy studies at St. John's University in New York City.

Friday, September 2, 2011

ZENIT - Pontiff's Prayer Has "Back to School" Focus

ZENIT - Pontiff's Prayer Has "Back to School" Focus

ZENIT - 22 New Seminarians Start Studies in Ireland

ZENIT - 22 New Seminarians Start Studies in Ireland

Reflections of a Great Week

As we come to the end of this week the word world-wind seems to be buzzing about in my mind. Why so you may ask? This week was a world-wind week because of four events for us here at Dominican Vocation Trinbago. These four which show of the mercy and grace of God, were as follows:

Firstly, the arrival of the Irish Dominican Provinical Vocation Director, fr. Gerard Dunne OP. This visit by Gerard for us was like a booster shout in our arms. Gerard's served as a source of inspiration for us here in Trinidad and Tobago as we seek to encourage vocation to the Dominican way of life. We pray God's riches blessings on him and the great work he is doing for Dominican Vocations in Ireland.  Thank you, Gerard.

The second event was the solemn profession of Bro. Matthew Martinez. Bro. Matthew join our order here some four years ago and it was great to see him take final vows. We continue in our prayers  for Matthew as he journeys on in his studies towards the priesthood in Ireland. God bless you Matthew and thanks for say yes.

Thirdly, leaving our shores for the Novitiate in Ireland were Christphe Cole and Sean Crepin. Christphe and Sean we thank you for making this step and we pray that God would best this work that he has begun in you. You are in our prayers.

Last but not least we say goodbye to our fist year student Bro. Steven Jones. Steven we pray that God would be you in your studies.  

We here at Dominican Vocation Trinbago bless God and Thank God for the mercies we received this week.

                                       
                                               Gerard Dunne and Sean Crepin at the Airport 

                                                      Sean, Ali, Mummy Cole an Gerard                    



                                                     Mirick, Gerard, Sean and Christophe


                                                     
                                                        Christophe Cole and Mother



                                                                                                                 Christophe with baby friend

Thursday, September 1, 2011