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What would your response be when you are faced with trials? Wouldn't the most natural response be to drown in despair and give up on the future that now seem to be crashing in on you?
Please share the above livestream schedule with those who are house-bound and their caretakers. CITY DISTRICT Cathedral of the Good Shepherd May 29: 6.30pm May 30: 12pm, 1.15pm & 7.30pm St Joseph's Church (Victoria Street) Under renovation/restoration Church of Sts Peter & Paul May 29: 5.30pm May 30: 7.20am, 12.15 (M*) & 5.30pm Church [...]
CHN/CN/2019/009 The Chancery has released information regarding a man named Benjamin Ho, who claimed to be a Catholic priest and was conducting ministry in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore. Refer to the latest Chancery Notice for the complete details. [Subscribe to TELEGRAM for latest official information][Complete Chancery Notices found here] [...]
Dear Buddhist friends, It is with great rejoicing that we, on behalf of all Catholics, send you our warmest greetings and heartfelt best wishes as you celebrate the sacred feast of Vesak in commemoration of the three great events in the Buddha's life - his birth, enlightenment and his final nirvana. May your celebration [...]
For the entire week after Easter Sunday, the Church celebrates what is called an octave. The Resurrection is so important that one day isn’t enough to celebrate it. So for eight whole days, it is still actually Easter Day.
What is Easter?To Fr Jovita, it's more than just a date in the Liturgical Calendar. Easter, to him, is an encounter with the Lord. Easter is profoundly experienced when we can identify with the passion of Christ.
In her silence, Mary teach us something as she stood there at the cross.
What did God do as he lived and walked this earth for those 33 years in the person of Jesus? How does the death of Jesus save?
Simon was an innocent bystander, singled out by the soldiers to carry the ignominious cross for someone destined for a shameful public execution. He did so without protestation or debate. We are called to imitate Simon and walk the same way.