Reflections

Reflections2019-05-13T18:11:19+08:00

To See or Not to See

While it is true that we merit more if we believe without seeing, this is not something we can achieve by our own unaided efforts. Whether we see miracles or not, our faith depends upon God’s work.

Take Ownership to Sustain Our Faith

Most of us are dealing with the challenges brought about by COVID-19. In such times, we should take the opportunity to listen to Him in the sacred spaces created by the removal of the busyness that has been very much part of our normal lives.

Choosing to admire and not to envy

There are several women in my life whom I deeply admire for their virtues. As a young bachelor, I once fancied the idea of dating some of them. But alas! My religion tells me that I can marry only one person, and that I should not covet my neighbour’s wife.

Loving with the Sacred Heart of Jesus

The Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which celebrates Christ’s divine love for humanity, coincides this year with a happy day for Singapore: Thanks to intensive efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, our nation enters Phase 2 of its planned re-opening. 

For the Greater Good

2nd June marked the end of the two-month long circuit breaker that our entire nation went through. Many of us are eager to resume our regular activities and for life to go back to how it used to be. We want to be able to move around freely, to visit our loved ones, and partake in social activities. Yet, there are still many guidelines set in place during this post-circuit breaker period.

11 Reasons Why Catholics Don’t Evangelise (Part 2 of 2)

For many Catholics, the word ‘evangelisation’ is still associated with bible-thumping Christians who come up to people at bus-stops and traffic-lights or knock on our doors to ask, “Have you been saved?” Understandably, we shrink back at the thought of being asked to do the same because

11 Reasons Why Catholics Don’t Evangelise (Part 1 of 2)

For many Catholics, the word ‘evangelisation’ is still associated with bible-thumping Christians who come up to people at bus-stops and traffic-lights or knock on our doors to ask, “Have you been saved?” Understandably, we shrink back at the thought of being asked to do the same because

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