April 24, 2019

The Editor speaks: “The Power of the Cross”

I hope you had a wonderful and blessed Easter. I am actually writing this the day before Easter Sunday and Holy Week started for me on Sunday 14th. I was at Cayman Islands First Baptist Church for their Festival of Easter Glory -“He Is Risen”. I have listened to most of the church choirs on […]

Good Friday

Good Friday marked around the world From BBC Striking ceremonies have been taking place around the world as many Christians marked Good Friday. Jesus died on the cross on Good Friday, the Bible says, and was resurrected on Easter Sunday. Images show people taking part in processions and re-enactments of Jesus Christ’s last journey before […]

The once and future Notre-Dame de Paris

By Justin Davidson From New York Mag The terrible thing about destruction is that it can happen so fast. Almost as soon as the pillar of bilious smoke appeared on the Paris skyline, it seemed foregone that flames would consume the cathedral’s wooden roof, hurl gargoyles to the ground, melt the luminous 13th-century stained-glass windows, […]

Cayman Islands: Motorists Advised to Exercise Caution during St. George’s Anglican Church March of Witness

From RCIPS St. George’s Anglican Church is hosting a March of Witness on Saturday, 20 April at 4:30AM. The participants will begin at the church, which is located on Courts Road, travel onto Eastern Avenue, left on North Church Street to Boilers Road, then to John Gray High School via Walkers Road and Academy Way. […]

Prime Minister Harris’ Easter Message to the People of St. Kitts and Nevis

by Prime Minister Dr. the Hon. Timothy Harris On the Occasion of EasterApril 2019 My Fellow Citizens and Residents, As we join millions of Christians around the world in celebrating Easter, which for many people is the most important Christian festival of the year, I take this time, on behalf of my family and the […]

The Editor speaks: The sound of the nails

A message for Holy Week/Easter So the soldiers took charge of Jesus. Carrying his own cross, he went out to the place of the Skull (which in Aramaic is called Golgotha). There they crucified him. They crucified him to a cross hanging from a tree, sometimes called The Mercy Tree. Can you hear those nails? […]

Cayman Islands Funerals March 2019

Tammy Nixon                                                                 – 14 Mar 2019 Donna Welcome                                                             – 20 Mar 2019 Mitchell Marvin Ryan                                                      – 22 Mar 2019   Creek Cora Rhoda (Christian) Dixon                  19 Aug 1943 – 4 Mar 2019   East End Neva Rosedene Jackson                           27 Sep 1918 – 7 Mar 2019   Spotts Nora Gonzalez                                                                – 11 Mar 2019   Prospect William Ivan (Buddy) Wood                        23 Sep […]

iNews Briefs & Community Events

Support our athletes at Carifta 2019! From Cayman Islands National Museum Cayman Islands FRC Holds Domestic Violence Intervention Training Programme The Department of Counselling Services’ Family Resource Centre (FRC) is hosting a Domestic Violence Intervention Training Programme (DVITP) next month. The training will be held at the FRC’s offices at 77 Walkers Street, Mary Street, […]

Notre Dame artist of Chinese Madonna reacts to fire

By David A. Patten From Newsmax Yin Xin, the Chinese master artist whose work was featured last year in Newsmax Magazine, tells Newsmax that he is shocked and heartbroken beyond words at the tragedy that has befallen the City of Lights. In an exclusive interview Yin told Newsmax he does not know the fate of the […]

Hero priest saved Crown of Thorns

By Jeffrey Rodack From Newsmax Jean-Marc Fournier, chaplain of the Paris Fire Brigade, is being hailed as a hero after he rushed in the blazing Notre Dame cathedral to save Jesus Christ’s Crown of Thorns. As emergency workers formed a “human chain” to pull out historic relics, he also was able to save the Blessed […]