Hai Sing Catholic students visited the Atelier, located next to the FMM Convent, where the FMM Sisters produce Church vestments.

By David Wong

Thirty-three students from Hai Sing Catholic School, located at Pasir Ris, spent two days learning more about their Catholic faith and what love truly means.

On May 31, youth leaders from the Church of Christ the King conducted station games and reflections for the students as well as a praise and worship session at the school.

Through these activities, students learned about God’s love for them and how they can share this love with others. The session also saw students writing a letter to God, committing their love for Him.

At the Redemptorist mission on June 1, Br Albert Khoo gave a guided tour around the church and architect Melvin Gamayot shared about how his love for Christ guided him in the design of the church.

Following that, the students visited the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary (FMM) community at Maris Stella Convent.

There, they enjoyed tea and a sharing session with the Sisters.

Student Terence Teh shared that he learned about the good work “and love of [the] Franciscan Missionaries of Mary Sisters for foreign domestic workers and the aged.”

The Sisters themselves too enjoyed chatting with the boys and girls.

The retreat ended with a Eucharistic adoration and a Mass celebrated by Jesuit Fr Jerome Leon at the convent.

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