Stations of the Cross specially for kids aged 4-6 years to reflect on Jesus' passion! Register here: http://bit.ly/ONEstations
Have you ever wondered why crucifixes and statues are veiled in the tail end of the season of Lent? How can we use this practice of the Church to help us contemplate on the Passion of Christ?
Crucis Singapura is a unique 'Way of the Cross' prayed while walking barefoot across the island marking the sign of cross. Participants will walk in pairs across 4 pre-defined routes, the longest being 13km and shortest 8km. The final destination of Crucis Singapura will be at Agape Village where we will gather for closing prayer [...]
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.
The grace of charity lies at the heart of merit.
The period of Lent is a time of grace, a reminder to rest in the mercy of God who dies to succour the many mortal wounds of our unconscious living - a life lived through the seeing out of flawed lenses like fear, hurt, envy, and anger. Seen through the lenses of the Beatitudes, Lent [...]
This Lent, do your best. Strive to root out sin and cultivate holiness.
What is the cause of rejoicing that seems to break the somber mood of the season of Lent? What is the cause of rejoicing as we celebrate the 5th anniversary of the installation of our Holy Father? What these two celebrations have in common is that both share the same message of giving hope to a broken humanity that is searching for peace, mercy and compassion. Both these celebrations proclaim in a nutshell, the joy of the gospel. Both proclaim the gospel of hope, forgiveness and mercy.
In his Lenten message, Pope Francis invites the entire Church community to celebrate the sacrament of Reconciliation in the context of Eucharistic adoration in the “24 Hours for the Lord” initiative. This year's theme is inspired by the words of Psalm 130:4, “With you is forgiveness”. Our mother Church, Cathedral of the Good Shepherd will [...]
HOMECOMING - A LENTEN SOJOURN From Complacency to Love "Lent is a beneficial time of pruning from falsity, from worldliness, from indifference: to not think that everything is ok if I am ok; to understand that what counts is not approval, the pursuit of success or consensus, but purity of heart and life. It's a [...]