Rev Msgr Ambrose Vaz taught what it means to evangelise. He spoke about the importance of not just being called, but also our response to the call.
“Mission” is rooted in the Latin mittere, meaning “send”. “Evangelisation”, comes from evangelium, meaning “Gospel”. Today, both mean the same thing, unlike the past 2,000 years of the Church.
Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of heaven belongs(Matthew 19:14).” What is it about children that make them model disciples of our Lord? Maybe it is because children see things differently from grown-ups because they are:
New RCIA conducted by Fr. Paul and Fr. Cornelius will begin on Tue 16 Jul 2019. We welcome new enquirers who would like to find out more about the Catholic faith. Sessions are held weekly every Tuesday at 7:45pm, and will end on 12 May, 2020. We also invite Adult Catholics to enrol as Sponsors to accompany the Enquirers [...]
Whether you are a returning or practising Catholic, Landings could be for you. If you are interested in Landings, we invite you to come to listen to testimonies of Catholics who have returned to the Church with the help of Landings. To register, visit https://bit.ly/2Dz549P
It is through the Lord’s action in our lives that he gives us signs, and He is revealing his divinity to us even now. However, unless we ask for faith, we may miss the signs.
Captain Marvel, for all her amazing and unlimited powers, is only a creature of a Hollywood screenwriter’s creative imagination. God, the Creator and the Author of our lives, offers us a much better storyline.
Landings is a ministry that welcomes back returning Catholics. At Landings, we share faith stories in small groups. We are a ministry of compassionate listening. Whether you are a returning or practising Catholic, Landings could be for you. If you are interested in Landings, we invite you to come listen to testimonies of Catholics who [...]
God really has only one will – that all creation respond positively to his invitation to eternal life and love with him for eternity.
The story of Clare, with that of Francis, is an invitation to reflect upon the meaning of life and to seek the secret of true joy in God. It is concrete proof that those who accomplish the will of God and trust in Him not only lose nothing, but discover the real treasure which gives meaning to everything.