Knolly Clarke

Rev. Dr. Knolly Clarke

Welcome to the website of Rev Knolly Clarke Dean (Emeritus) of Holy Trinity Cathedral, Trinidad and Tobago.I've been an Anglican priest for over 50 years but those of you who know me know that my activities have not been confined only to the religious sphere but I've also served on several national, regional and international Commissions on Ecumenism, Social Concerns and Human Rights.

Knolly Clarke


The Gospel of John and The Secret of ChristmasC
The Gospel of John and The Secret of Christmas
  • 4 January 2018
  • We must not forget the ideals and principles of the Christmas season and the lesson of the Incarnation. Perhaps we need to heed Ella Fitzgerald's advice that It’s not the things you do at Christmas time but the Christmas things you do all year through

    A Service for Justice and Peace
  • 24 October 2017
  • We invite you to join with us as we unite clergy, laity, choirs, dancers, musicians, poets, orchestras of brass and steel from different faiths as full and equal participants praying for Peace and Justice in this World. This year the service will feature a strong dance component inspired by “Simple ...

    reflections on holy week
    The Resurrection Experience
  • 24 April 2017
  • Mark 16:8 is also a powerful call to action. When you are challenged to spread the word and bear witness to Jesus' works, are you going to run away like the women and remain silent or go missing like Peter? Or will you be brave enough to...

    A Christmas Reflection - Hope for the Homeless and Displaced
    A Christmas Reflection - Hope for the Homeless and Displaced
  • 28 December 2016
  • The story of Christmas witnesses and gives hope to the homeless and displaced of the world. The tragic events unfolding in the Middle East reminds us that Mary and Joseph became displaced and homeless persons who sought refuge from the tyranny of their time.

    "Fake News" and  other myths and challenges of the Information Society
    "Fake News" and the Myths and Challenges of the Information Society
  • 30 November 2016
  • Recent events have demonstrated that our "Information Society" may have a dark side. Leaks and sensational news articles (many of them later found to be "fake") are threatening the very foundations of the democratic process. My article looks at three metaphors to describe our response to the challenge, namely: The ...

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