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PBC Students Excel in Tennis & Cricket

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It’s been an excellent year thus far, for two Presentation Brothers College students in regional sport - cricketers Johann Jeremiah and tennis player, Oronfo Ikolo. The two were the most outstanding Grenadians in their respective regional age group competition.

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How and Why are Tropical Cyclones Named?

 
Tropical cyclones are named to provide ease of communication between forecasters and the general public regarding forecasts, watches, and warnings. Since the storms can often last a week or longer and that more than one can be occurring in the same basin at the same time, names can reduce the confusion about what storm is being described. The first use of a proper name for a tropical cyclone was by Clement Wragge, an Australian forecaster late in the 19th century.

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THE MAGNICENT FOUR Part 3 The Anglican Church Tower

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The Anglicizing of Grenada
Grenada was formally ceded to Great Britain on 10th February, 1763 by the Treaty of Paris, which ended the seven year war. All lands of the colony were thus declared Crown property by the King George III.

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CANON LAW: Basic Questions On Annulment

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Question 1:
What is an annulment?
An annulment (more accurately termed a declaration of matrimonial nullity) is an official determination by the Church’s Marriage Tribunal that what appeared to be a valid marriage was actually not one. An annulment is not a finding that the spouses never really loved each other, nor that the divorce was more one party’s fault than the other party’s, nor that one party is a better Catholic than the other.

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Priesthood – a Life of Sacrifice

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His Lordship the Bishop Vincent Darius has challenged Catholic families in Grenada to encourage their sons to a life in the priesthood, contributing to the mission of the church, which is to do the work of Almighty God in our nation and the wider society.

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