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Relief Efforts for the Diocese of St. Vincent and the Grenadines!

To support our Brothers & Sisters in St. Vincent. Donations can be made in the following ways:

1. Via the donation buttons on our website https://lwc-tt.com (for US Donations you may use this link https://lwc-tt.com/donationsus/ for TT Donations here https://lwc-tt.com/product/st-vincent-relief-fund/

3. Drop off at either of our LWC Centres: Frederick Street, Port of Spain and Nazareth House, Marryat Street in San Fernando.

Commitment by the Catholic Bishops of Jamaica in the Face of Crime and Violence

CARITAS International Update on the La Soufriere Eruption in St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Diocese of Roseau response of the SVG Situation

Flash Update on La Soufriere Eruption from Caritas

Archbishop Jason “Dial down on social contacts”

Soufrière erupts: Bishop thankful for prayers & “tremendous” support

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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The recent pandemic enabled us to recognise and appreciate once more all those around us who, in the midst of fear, responded by putting their lives on the line. We began to realise that our lives are interwoven with and sustained by ordinary people valiantly shaping the decisive events of our shared history: doctors, nurses, pharmacists, storekeepers and supermarket workers, cleaning personnel, caretakers, transport workers, men and women working to provide essential services and public safety, volunteers, priests and religious… They understood that no one is saved alone. (54)

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