Christian TV in Trinidad and Tobago Goes 24-Hour

LONDON, MARCH 25, 2011 ( The lay Living Water community in Trinidad and Tobago is taking their cable Channel 10 broadcasting to 24-hour service.

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The expansion is made possible by a grant from Aid to the Church in Need, which is seeking to answer Benedict XVI’s call to support evangelization through the media.

The grant of $9,000 (£5,560) provides Living Water with new equipment, since they had been working with only one set and were therefore unable to expand programming.

Trinity TV has been broadcasting for 17 years; for two years it has provided 24-hour coverage on the Internet.

Archbishop Edward Gilbert of Port-of-Spain, the capital, fully supports the apostolate.

Trinidad and Tobago has some 1.2 million people professing a variety of religious beliefs.

Slightly more than a quarter of the population is Catholic, and some 22% are Hindu.

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