Entries by PassionistVolunteers

Katie Warner: “One Day”

“Sometimes in my tears I drown, But I never let it get me down. So when negativity surrounds, I know some day it’ll all turn around because  All my life I’ve been waiting for, I’ve been praying for For the people to say That we don’t want to fight no more There will be no […]

In “Through The Lens” Ross McCauley Paints A Picture Of His Work With HIV Patients

I met Dave Simpson on a Thursday morning.  Dave was walking next to one of the ubiquitous sugar cane fields on one of the ubiquitous serpentine island roads from Mandeville to Knockpatrick. After struggling through a patois-laden and broken phone conversation for at least ten minutes, Sister Helen and I stumbled across tall and unassuming […]

My Family by Tania

One Tuesday morning back in March at about four in the morning, I received a call from one of the mothers in Albion Gully, a community where I work on youth and community development. I answered thinking it might be an emergency, and I could hear Prim, as she is often referred as, filled with […]