Roman Catholic Church in Barbados
Historical FactsThe Roman Catholic church was initially rejected by the firmly-Protestant plantocracy in Barbados, and did not become accepted in Barbados until after the abolition of slavery in 1838. The following year, a military garrison (the Connaught Rangers) requested and received a Catholic chaplain. This led to increased numbers of Barbadians joining the Roman Catholic Church.
Today, Catholics make up approximately four percent of church goers and there are several Roman Catholic Churches in Barbados.
|Our Lady Queen of The Universe||Black Rock, St.Michael||Sunday||6:30am,8:30am|
|Our Lady of the Rosary||Verdun, St.John||Sunday||9:00am|
|Our Lady of Sorrows||Ashton Hall, St.Peter||Sunday||9:00am|
|St.Dominic's||Maxwell Main Road, Christ Church||Sunday
|St.Francis of Assisi||Mount Steadfast, St.James||Sunday
|St.Patrick's Cathedral||Corner Bay St.& Jemmonts Lane,St.Michael||Sunday