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South Floridians Celebrate Trinidad & Tobago’s 51st Anniversary of Independence With Thanksgiving Mass & Healing Service

MIAMI – In September 1990, the Trinidad and Tobago Community at Christ the King came into being in the little church in the pines, Christ the King Catholic Church, where love is international.

The founding members had as their objective, Sharing God’s Gifts for they saw the opportunity to meet the needs of the substantial number of the congregants who were immigrants from the Republic of Trinidad and the wider Caribbean.

There was the desire to create a liturgical experience that was vibrant, expressive, and akin to that of our homeland. That led to the celebration of the Trinidad and Tobago Annual Mass of Thanksgiving to celebrate the Independence Anniversary of our nation.

That tradition has continued and The Trinidad and Tobago Community at Christ the King is pleased to inform you that this is our 24th year of ministry at our church and the 24th celebration of the Mass of Thanksgiving. We are equally pleased to invite you to join us for this year’s celebration on Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 10.15 a.m. at Christ the King Catholic Church 16000 S.W. 112th Ave, Miami FL 33157.

The celebrant this year is Fr. David Khan from St Anthony’s Parish in Point Fortin, Trinidad and he will be accompanied by music ministers, Kay Pierre, Sharon Jackson-Tobas and Kevin Millien.

You are also invited to a Healing Service on Monday, September 16, 2013 at 7.30 p.m. Together in prayer we will thank God for his wonderful blessings bestowed on our nation over the 51 years of our status as an independent nation and 37 years as a republic.

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