Monthly Archive for October, 2013

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Who needs politicians?

By Raffique Shah
October 05, 2013

Raffique ShahThe street I live on is about 200 metres long, with two side streets, each 50 metres, making it a grand total of 300 metres. There are 24 residential properties located here, with two empty plots. A small river is the main drain that collects water from a few box drains (ah, box drains, a defining feature of modern Trinidad and Tobago!) and takes it to the Gulf of Paria.
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Local Churches: We won’t marry gays

By Richardson Dhalai
October 07, 2013 – newsday.co.tt

BibleRoman Catholic Archbishop Joseph Harris yesterday stated that the Church would not be drawn into any debate on whether it would sanction same sex marriages.

He said the Roman Catholic Church’s position on gay marriages “very clear,” and according to the Archbishop, there was a difference between “loving the sinner and hating the sin”.
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