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Matteo Ricci in China: A Mission of Persuasion

You are invited to a talk entitled "Matteo Ricci in China: A Mission of Persuasion", organized in conjunction with the Archdiocese Extraordinary Month of Mission. In the talk, Fr. Jerome Leon, SJ will present some of Ricci's missionary endeavors and approaches in China, and also analyzing from the perspective of classical rhetoric. It will be [...]

Matteo Ricci in China: A Mission of Persuasion2019-10-03T10:19:27+08:00

Mission and evangelisation – then and now

“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.

Mission and evangelisation – then and now2019-10-14T11:58:57+08:00

Why Should Catholics Help The Poor?

A society that wants to develop healthily must practice the principle of solidarity. This principle tells us that we should take responsibility for each other and stand in solidarity with those who need help the most, especially the poor and disadvantaged.

Why Should Catholics Help The Poor?2019-09-03T17:51:37+08:00

Hey Catholics! Go Into The Whole World!

Pope Francis announced the Extraordinary Missionary Month October 2019 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Pope Benedict XV's Apostolic Letter Maximum Illud - a document that touches on reinvigorating the sense of responsibility for proclaiming the Gospel with new enthusiasm. On 6 July, Rev Fr Kenson Koh will touch on the significance of Maximum Illud [...]

Hey Catholics! Go Into The Whole World!2019-06-03T16:49:03+08:00

EXTRAORDINARY MISSION MONTH PART 2 OF 3: CONSECRATED-LIFE AND MISSION TODAY

"IS CONSECRATED LIFE RELEVANT IN TODAY'S WORLD?" What is it? Sharing, presentation, Q&A about consecrated-life by men & women religious of Singapore. Who should attend: Men & women between 23 - 35 years who are considering consecrated-life. SATURDAY, 11 MAY 2019 (Vocation Sunday weekend) 2:30 PM - 5.30 PM, followed by Sunset Mass at Maris [...]

EXTRAORDINARY MISSION MONTH PART 2 OF 3: CONSECRATED-LIFE AND MISSION TODAY2019-04-11T14:06:15+08:00

Captain Marvel: A Metaphor for Metanoia (No Spoilers!)

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.

Captain Marvel: A Metaphor for Metanoia (No Spoilers!)2019-04-15T18:12:23+08:00

Crash Course: Mission and Evangelisation

Mission? Evangelisation? What's that? Come and discover the meaning of Mission and Evangelisation through the history of the Church until the Second Vatican Council. Register now: bit.ly/EMMTalk1

Crash Course: Mission and Evangelisation2019-03-11T13:33:56+08:00

Sharing Knowledge with All – Estella Young

Sharing Knowledge with All Estella recognised the needs of the people, and it became clear to her how she could be of service to the Church with the gifts and talents she honed. She has been a catechist for seven years now, imparting knowledge to both children and adults. She is also [...]

Sharing Knowledge with All – Estella Young2018-05-25T16:11:17+08:00

Encountering God’s Love as a Family

A Singapore family who spent three weeks with a Catholic mission in a poor, remote Kenyan region shares the highs and lows of the eye-opening trip.

Encountering God’s Love as a Family2017-11-30T11:54:46+08:00