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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
The Antilles Episcopal Conference is made up of 19 territories. Get to know the territories and visit their Arch/Diocesan website.
They are 19 Bishops in the AEC. Get to know who they are and which territory they preside over.
“This is eternal life: that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent.”
Bishop of Roseau, Dominica Hometown: St. Lucia Date of Priestly Ordination: 28th July, 1985 Date of Episcopal Ordination: 4th October, 2002
Archbishop of Port of Spain, Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of Bridgetown, Barbados Hometown: Trinidad and Tobago Date of Priestly Ordination: 19th March, 1991 Date of Episcopal Ordination: 21st September, 2011
Bishop of Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines Hometown: Trinidad and Tobago Date of Priestly Ordination: 21st January, 1988 Date of Episcopal Ordination: 22nd February, 2016
Diocesan Priest – Kingston, Jamaica Hometown: Jamaica Date of Priestly Ordination: 28th June, 1992