"A few years ago, (Sept 2011) when we "changed" Archbishops, (http://catholictt.org/) our outgoing Archbishop was American, formerly of the Redemptorist Order, who had some Caribbean experience, while our incoming Archbishop was a Trinbagonian (T&T national) from the Spiritan or Holy Ghost order, who had experience as a missionary in South America. http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/bishop/bharrisj.html, there was a short period of transition. This period provided a bit of learning for those of us who worked in departments of the Archdiocese of POS, some of which were housed internally or externally to the Maraval Road building which housed the Archbishop of POS. http://credi.edu.tt/discover
One of the important changes was the signing authorities which the new Archbishop had to undertake. http://www.spiritans.org/archbishop-joseph-harris-cssp-houston/ Imagine the "impact" on banking relationships in a little country like ours.... http://credi.edu.tt/Our-leadership (tongue in cheek :))
In light of the "changes" which were made, I wonder which one is more worrisome, when a new Archbishop is appointed or when a new Financial Controller is appointed at The Chancery?
Jennifer N Bailey worked as the Accountant at CREDI (Catholic Religious Education Development Institute) from July 2011 to April 2015.