Chinese New Year is a time to come together as a family. A time where we strengthen relationships in our families, practise the values of filial piety while paying respects to our elders. A union of mind and hearts around the reunion table of plenty.
Remembering the account of Genesis reveals our great dignity and responsibility in being workers after God’s own image. Despite the toil which taints our experience of work, Jesus’ labor at Nazareth and his tiresome way of the Cross not only save us but also make the suffering involved with work potentially very powerful.
The Chancery wishes to inform the faithful that on the date Friday, 24th January 2020, His Grace Archbishop William Goh DD has granted a dispensation from the regular discipline of abstinence from meat on Fridays in accordance with can 87.
Fr Vinukumar Nesamani is appointed Assistant Priests at the Church of St Francis Xavier. Msgr Ambrose Vaz have been appointed as the Spiritual Director to the council of the Archdiocesan Commission for the Family.