Category Archives: Turks and Caicos

Providenciales Missionary Elevated To Bishop

Monsignor Peter Baldacchino, affectionately called, “Fr. Peter,” was taking out the trash when Archbishop Wenski called to tell him that he had been elevated to Bishop. “We do everything. We wash the plates, we wash the laundry,” Fr. Peter said as if annoyed by the

How to choose a Caribbean Island

When temperatures in the New York area are in single digits and snowstorms cause work closings and three hour commutes in dangerous icy conditions, it is time to book a flight to the Caribbean. Here’s a few tips on how to choose a Caribbean Island.

Turks and Caicos Island Rated Top Ten

The readers of Conde Naste Traveler recently named the Turks and Caicos Islands one of “Top 10 Islands in the Caribbean & Atlantic.” The Turks and Caicos Islands consists of a string of islands, mostly uninhabited with a total native population of just a little

‘The Expeditioners’ Provide Fresh Take on Travel

Many travel junkies who want more than the standard tourist experience seek out blogs and websites from previous visitors who can give a fresh view of a country, and “The Expeditioners” blog and Facebook page falls into this category. The blog is operated by three

Archbishop Myers Dedicates New Church in Turks and Caicos

Archbishop John J. Myers dedicated the newly constructed Catholic church of Our Lady of Divine Providence at Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands (TCI) on February 5, 2012.  Damian Roderic Todd, the Royal Governor of TCI and over 700 people filled the new Church in Turks