Anglican Archdeacon Keith Cartwright said the government, law enforcement agencies, the judiciary and the church are “hopelessly paralyzed” in the fight against crime as Bahamians are being “mercilessly gunned downed like dogs”.
Multiple murders are becoming increasingly common in the crime wave of brutal murders that have left the nation numb. We have seen nine murders committed in one week…
To vote for a pastor that has been convicted and is presently serving time for a criminal offense is one thing; but to have that pastor still claiming his innocence despite overwhelming and convincing evidence is one point that I can’t fathom.
In our social discussions over the past few days, the church mouse’s vociferous vituperations of Bahamas Petroleum Company (BPC) were cause for much critical analysis of its possible motives.
Newly elected Pope Francis is being hailed as a modern saint whose concern for the poor is mirrored in his humility and simple lifestyle.
Get out of your cozy offices bishops and priests, and into your respective communities to build altars and tents in the squares, and hold Masses with prostitutes, the homeless, poor and all of God’s people.
The new Vicar of Christ, Pope Francis, is a rare example of a humble intellectual. With him guiding the Barque of Peter the horizon looks bright not only for Catholics but for all men of good faith!
Despite Bishop Randy Fraser being convicted and jailed for sexual relations with an underage girl, his pitiable, lost cult members, I mean church members have voted to keep him as their leader.
Chief Justice Sir Michael Barnett has predicted that the issue of same-sex marriages will soon have to be addressed by the Bahamian courts.