Archbishop William Goh with the newly commissioned principals (from left): Ms Pauline Fun, Mdm Rachel Ang, Ms Ow Yang Jing Yi, Mrs Karen Tan, Mdm Rebecca Ng, Ms Loh Sing Huay and Mr Martin Tan. Photo: VITA Images
Catholic educators should be proud of themselves if they are able to transform the lives of students, especially those who are weak, dysfunctional, who come from difficult backgrounds, and yet today are successful in society, said Archbishop William Goh at the Commencement of School Year Mass.
In his address to principals, vice-principals, teachers, Archdiocesan Commission for Catholic Schools (ACCS) commissioners and parents, he reminded them to be clear of their mission, which is to form young people in understanding their vocation in life and their identity while nurturing them in truth and love.
A photograph of Benjamin Ho wearing priestly vestments similar to those worn by the Oblates in Hong Kong.
The Chancery has recently received reports of a man named Benjamin Ho 何伟震 (Pinyin: Hé Wěi Zhe̍n) who is conducting ministry within the Mandarin-speaking community. Ho claims to be a Catholic Oblate 獻主會 (Pinyin: Xiàn Zhǔ Huì) priest from Hong Kong.