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Cardinal Kelvin Felix releases “Thy Will Be Done”

Dioceses prepare for Family Week in June!

   

Bishop: The Resurrection gives us second chances

BARBADOS Bishop Neil Scantlebury of Bridgetown has issued this Easter message to faithful: Dear Brothers and Sisters: Jesus Christ is risen indeed, Alleluia, Alleluia! The Resurrection has profound meaning for us as we deal with the challenges of today’s world: the last enemy, death, was defeated. Sin can no longer hold us captive. Jesus has

Virtual Sunday Masses should end, says new Archbishop

ST LUCIA – Newly installed Archbishop Gabriel Malzaire of Castries has called for all virtual Masses be discontinued in the Archdiocese. In a letter to faithful, Archbishop Malzaire commented that some have become very comfortable “attending” Mass via social media at home. “We need to get them back in the pews. As we have done

Annual Plenary Meeting 2022

Statement on the Legalization of Marijuana by Most Rev. Lawrence Nicasio, Bishop of Belize City and Belmopan

Bishops support transforming education system

The Catholic Church, “with its significant involvement in education at every level”, welcomed the publication of the Patterson Report and its frank assessment of the situation in education in Jamaica according to a Jamaica Observer report. “We support most of its analysis and recommendations as valuable and necessary to improve the quality of the system

Conversations on domestic violence, marital rape ‘necessary’ – Archbishop

Archbishop Patrick Pinder of Nassau expressed support for criminalising marital rape, noting that forced sexual activity within a marriage is a “distortion” of the biblical understanding of marriage. “This relationship is one of complementarity, not ownership,” Archbishop Pinder said during a University of The Bahamas gender-based violence forum, according to a The Nassau Guardian report.

Diocesan youth have a new centre

On Sunday, February 27, Bishop Robert Llanos of St John’s-Basseterre blessed and opened the St Lwanga Diocesan Youth Center at Stapleton Lane, St John’s, Antigua. The diocesan centre will focus on youth activities and advancing the Church’s mission of hearing the call of the Lord to serve others and the building of spiritual lives. The

AEC Bishops

They are 19 Bishops in the AEC. Get to know who they are and which territory they preside over.

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About Us

The Antilles Episcopal Conference of Bishops is an assembly of Bishops located within the Caribbean that faithfully serve the peoples of their Arch/Diocese in a manner which proclaims the truth of the gospel. 19 territories make up the AEC and there is a total of 19 Bishops. The Assembly allows Bishops to work together to help and support each member of the conference in his mandate to build the Kingdom of God.

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AEC Territories

The Antilles Episcopal Conference is made up of 19 territories. Get to know the territories and visit their Arch/Diocesan website.

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"It is love that transforms: ordinary things become extraordinary when they are done with love." Pope Francis

EXECUTIVE BOARD OF THE ANTILLES EPISCOPAL CONFERENCE

Bishop Gabriel Malzaire

President

Bishop of the Diocese of Roseau, Dominica

Archbishop Charles Jason Gordon

Vice – President

Archbishop of Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

Bishop Gerard County

Treasurer

Bishop of the Diocese of Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Fr. Donald Chambers

General Secretary