The latest Risen Christ Church Bulletin asks: "Excuse Me, Do You Drive? If you do, how do you emulate the love and charity of Christ when you're behind the wheel?" It continues: "Most of us would think observing our national courtesy campaign and the do's and don'ts of road safety <http://www.onemotoring.com.sg/publish/onemotoring/en/on_the_roads/road_safety.html> should suffice. However, if you want more Christ-centric credo on your dashboard, you may want to consider the "Ten Commandments for Drivers".


Church of St. Francis of Assisi's Divine Mercy Apostolate celebrated its eighth anniversary on Friday Jun 15 with a Mass that was attended by about 200 people. Divine Mercy devotions are held every Friday at the parish and the Blessed Sacrament is exposed every first Friday of the month, followed by benediction.


Fourteen children, aged 7 to 11, attended a Jun 20 workshop that reinforced their Catholic beliefs and helped them to understand the message given to them and how they are messengers of God, passing the message on to others. The workshop was conducted by Gerard Goh and Olga Pereira, from Churches of the Holy Trinity and Holy Family Children's Liturgy respectively.


The Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (HOME) celebrated its second anniversary on May 27 with a forum on the problems faced by foreign domestic workers, and what lawyers, lawmakers, and psychologists can do to help them. About 100 people were present including representatives from the Philippines Embassy, Transient Workers Count Too (TWC2) and Migrant Voices.

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