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Jamaica Gleaner Mind &Spirit
published: Tuesday | October 7, 2003

A Ghanaian church built by Jamaicans
A LITTLE-KNOWN fact of Jamaican church history is that the Presbyterian Church in Ghana owes much of its origins to descendants of Jamaican families who went to that African nation a few years after slavery was abolished here.

A perpetual DRAMA
THE REV. Dr. Renford Maddix goes about his work with quiet efficiency and with little fanfare, he gets the job done. It's a job few would envy him for - that of being a chaplain to the correctional institutions in Jamaica.


The Jesuits! Who are they?
"FIND GOD in all things!" and "Do everything for the Greater Glory of God (Ad Mejorem Dei Gloriam)" are two statements which best explain the Jesuits, their spirituality, their governance, their being.







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