Living Water Community
October 22nd 2017 Living Water Community has been working in collaboration with BP. Yesterday we distributed foodstuff provided by BP to areas in South and Central Trinidad. These items would have been cooked in these areas and turned into 400 plus relief meals. Today, Sunday, LWC started cooking at 6am and prepared 200 take away meals to be delivered to Maffeking Village, Mayaro and 200 sandwiches along with clothes to be delivered to Barrackpore.
www.catholicnewstt.com “Almost everything we know about history comes from an artefact [something made by a human being]. Often, we are able to encounter an artefact in the present, because someone in the past decided to preserve it”—the words of Dr Kwynn Johnson, in her essay about the 125-year Catholic News digital archive. Studying the past depends on surviving sources of different kinds. Archaeologists depend mainly on objects like pottery, ornaments or human remains, but most historians work with written sources. Among all the different kinds of written sources, newspapers stand out as uniquely wide-ranging and vivid representations of the past. No source has been more used in researching the history of T&T and the Caribbean. http://archives.catholicnewstt.com