June 26, 2019

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Cayman Islands CARE Quiz Night is on Wednesday, 3rd July ! From CARE – Cayman Animal Rescue Enthusiasts Come join in the fun and test the gray matter!Not able to make it on Wednesday, then please help us raise much needed funds by spreading the word about our quiz night. You can download the quiz […]

May 2019 Cayman Islands funerals

Andrew Darwin Bush               18 July1955 – 30 Apr 2019   South Sound Mary Adelle Ebanks                   12 Jun 1931 – 2 May 2019   West Bay Leonard Steele                               8 Nov 1935 – 7 May 2019   Prospect Blossom Mertha Scott                  13 Mar 1939 – 16 May 2019   Prospect Atheida Annabella (Scott) Bodden                     – 23 May 2019   Creek Carlene Ethel (Surridge) […]

Former Prime Minister Edward Seaga laid to rest Sunday (23)

From RJ News Online Sun 23 June Jamaicans will pay their final respects to former Prime Minister Edward Seaga today.   The state funeral for Mr. Seaga will begin at midday at the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity in Kingston, commonly called Holy Trinity Cathedral, with interment at the National Heroes Park.  Several government officials […]

The Editor speaks: “I think God is a very good Cellist”

I had the good fortune to interview sixteen year old Dequan Smith McConvey, Cayman Islands 2019 Young Musician of the Year. He played two classical pieces to win the title, Kol Nidre by Max Bruch and Elegie by Faure. Dequan auditioned for and won a scholarship to go to the beautiful Wells Cathedral School in […]

2019-20 CTLT Cayman Islands Prospectus

Happy Father’s Day from Dr James Dobson

From Dr James Dobson’s family talk This is a rush transcript and may contain minor errors and/or discrepancies from the audio. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.Dr. Dobson: The topic I wanna talk about today and tonight, it is, memories of my father. My dad was a man […]

Olympic hopeful Gabriele Grunewald [a Cayman Islands Marathon record holder] dies at 32 after cancer battle

By Nina Golgowski From HuffPost The national champion runner had chronicled her battle with metastatic cancer while inspiring others. Gabriele “Gabe” Grunewald, a national champion runner and Olympic hopeful who publicly chronicled her battle with metastatic cancer on social media while giving hope to others, died on Tuesday. She was 32. Her death was announced […]

Vatican issues Guidance on Gender designed to fuel violence and discrimination against LGBTIQ people

On 10 June 2019 the Congregation for Catholic Education of the Vatican issued a 31 page long guidance on gender identity, stating decisively that gender is binary and imparted by God, not only denying the existence and rights of transgender people, but framing their existence as dangerous and threatening, and entirely overlooking the existence of […]

‘Dressed Up’

Dressed Up’ unveils ‘reDRESSed’ initiative New York, NY (Sonique Solutions) – The organizer behind ‘Dressed Up’, the specialty dress shoppe coming soon to Newark’s Teachers Village, has unveiled the first philanthropic effort by the retail business which is called ‘reDRESSed’. This is an advocacy program dedicated to providing dresses (and other clothing) to domestic abuse […]

Discipleship focus for new Primate of the West Indies, Archbishop Howard Gregory of Jamaica

By Rachel Farmer and staff writer From ACNS Discipleship for a Church in transition will be a key focus for the new Primate of the Church of the Province of the West Indies, Archbishop Howard Gregory. The Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, Archbishop Howard, is the first Jamaican-born Archbishop of the West Indies to […]