Seeds of Faith: Scattered & Sown - History of the Church in Antigua

Even though the first Europeans to visit these shores named Antigua after the Cathedral of Santa de Maria in Spain, the establishment of the Catholic Church in Antigua was born out of much travail and persistence and did not take place until several hundred years later…

Catholic Community of the Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis

The Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis is home to seven (7) Catholic Churches – four in St. Kitts (Immaculate Conception Co-Cathedral; Holy Family; St. Joseph; and Sacred Heart); and three in Nevis (St. Theresa; Immaculate Heart of Mary; and St. John de la Salle)…


In 1966 a small, picturesque, newly built Catholic church, was dedicated to St. Gerard.   It was designed and constructed by Belgian priest, Fr. Strikers.

A Short History of The Catholic Church in Montserrat

It is known that the first Catholics were in Montserrat by 1632-33. It is very much disputed as to where these early Catholics worshipped. Some persons believe the ancient ruins at “Galways’” estate in the South, with its Gothic windows, may well have been the first church building…

History of St. Ursula Catholic Church and Catholicism on Virgin Gorda

In 1987 an agreement was launched between the St. Williams Church of Tortola (Fr. Whyte) and the St Mary’s Anglican Church of Virgin Gorda that a Priest will visit on a Sunday and host a Mass for the Catholics on Virgin Gorda in the early afternoon.

The Church in the British Virgin Islands - Tortola

It is probable, though not recorded, that a Catholic Priest first set foot on Tortola somewhere around the year 1670 when the French occupied the island for a short time.