As part of the CatholicSG Conversation, we asked on our social media platforms if you display sacramentals or items in your work space to remind you of Christ and our mission in the world . Here’s what some of you shared!

“I have a picture of the cross, Divine Mercy, Mother Mary and St Anthony’s brief to remind myself of the presence of God and to be Christlike to my colleagues.”
– Angelline Lau

“I bought this crucifix from a church bookshop and decided to place it on my desk at work to remind myself to focus on Christ not only at church or at home but also at work. During challenging times, it reminds me of the loving embrace of Christ’s mercy and through Him there will always be Hope & Light. Never give up!” – @imgerrardronc

“I got a frame for the prayer cards & Holy pictures, and put them together so that I can look at them during work when I feel stressed or anxious. Most were gifts from friends; a postage stamp of St. Mother Teresa came from a letter from India. The top right picture that has a double image was bought from Carlo.” – Lucilla Teo

“This is my ‘work space’. It is not a desk. I have a poster of St Mary Magdalene to remind myself to make space for contemplation and prayer wherever I am and whatever I am doing. As St Frances of Rome said, “A married woman must leave God at the altar to find Him in her domestic cares.” – @Umm Yusof

What does your workspace look like? Do you display sacramentals or items in your work space to remind you of Christ and our mission in the world? How does it help you during the course of work?

Share with us HERE and on your social media accounts and hashtag #catholicSGconvo !