Modelled on St Teresa of Avila's Seven Mansions concept as a guide to teach participants about spiritual life and the different forms and grades of prayer, the Prayer Experience Retreat (PER) is designed to lead people to a deeper understanding and practice of personal prayer. There are also talks to help participants enhance their knowledge [...]
During this COVID-19 pandemic, many of us may be feeling a sense of loss about not having the Sacraments. Here are some tips of how we can continue to remain spiritually steadfast.
Discipline is an important element in the call of Christ to us to be Catholic men of God. Jesus wants us to receive the greatest prize of all – eternal life. And so he warns us not to fall into the trap that the people of Noah’s time did. They did all the things we do today: eating, drinking, buying, selling, and getting married. There’s nothing wrong with any of these activities, of course. But the problem was that in all their busyness, there was little or no room for God.
The last few months have proven that “social distancing” is fundamentally anti-social. Attenuated relationships are fundamentally deficient relationships. None of us really want to be alone, fearful of dying unnoticed by our neighbor and by God.
Have you been overthinking prayer? Prayer isn't some complicated formula or drawn-out process, it is to meet Christ in the moment – freely and authentically.
The new norm is to stay, work or study at home. Adapting to various situations of the new life style can be quite challenging. We may feel burdened and frustrated at times, so handling our emotions appropriately is important. Join us for this month's Living out Love session to learn about how to deal with [...]
Schedule your Mass hour when planning your Sunday, rather than hoping for “free time” which may never come. Make yourself available for the whole broadcast, instead of stopping and starting to fit around your other priorities. Resist the temptation to make yourself “Lord” of the Mass.
The Prayer Experience Retreat (PER) is a three-day, two-night, semi silent retreat that is aimed at helping participants develop a prayer life and learning to walk closely with God. For further enquiries please call 6288 7901 or visit https://csctr.net/events/per/
An easy, one-week mini retreat amidst your daily routine, where you learn how to pray using Scripture, via Ignatian Contemplation and Lectio Divina. You will develop a closer relationship with the Lord as He speaks to you through Scripture. Programme consists of a Taster Training on Sunday afternoon, half-hour prayer at home and half [...]
An easy, one-week mini retreat amidst your daily routine, where you learn how to pray using Scripture, via Ignatian Contemplation and Lectio Divina. You will develop a closer relationship with the Lord as He speaks to you through Scripture. Programme consists of a Taster Training on Saturday morning, half-hour prayer at home and half [...]