1. Fr Joseph Kace has been appointed Chaplain to the Myanmar Catholic Community and as Assistant Priest at the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary for a term of two  years with effect from 1 February 2018.
2. Ms Gan Siok Loon has been appointed a board member of Abilities Beyond Limitations & Expectations Ltd (ABLE) for a term of two  years with effect from 1 April 2018.
3. Fr Kenson Koh has been appointed a member of the College of Consultors in accordance with can. 502 for a term of five  years with effect from 19 April 2018.
Current and former school leaders cut the anniversary cake on April 6 as Fr John Bosco looks on.
In place of the 5Cs that society advocates – namely cash, credit card, condominium, car and club – young people today should cultivate compassion, chastity and character, in order to be the cornerstone of their community.
Fr John Bosco, parish priest of the Church of St Teresa, gave this suggestion to students of CHIJ St Theresa’s Convent during their 85th anniversary Mass on April 6.
Infant Jesus Sisters, members of the IJ board of management, principals of affiliated schools, ex-principals and ex-staff, as well as parents, alumni, current staff and students attended the Mass.
Franciscan Friar Julian Mariaratnam blessing the executive committee members of the Archdiocesan Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People.
“God directed me to serve in this ministry although I had no knowledge or experience of migrants,” said Ms Elizabeth Tan, an Archdiocesan Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People (ACMI) staff of 18 years.
She was speaking to Catholic News on April 8 at Agape Village after the thanksgiving Mass to celebrate 20 years of ACMI’s work and service.
Ms Tan noted that today, more Singaporeans are accepting of migrants and appreciative of their contributions as foreign workers, domestic helpers or foreign students.
At the April 10 interreligious event. From left: Sr Maria Lau, IJ, (chairperson of ACCIRD); Ms Tengku Suhailah binte Tengku Kamarudin (staff, Zakat and Wakaf Strategic Unit, Asset Development Cluster, Muis); Fr Avelino Marin, Opus Dei (ACCIRD member and moderator of panel discussion) and Rabbi Jean-Pierre Fettmann (Rabbi of Chesed El Synagogue).
Although there are differences in the understanding of when life begins, human life is a gift from God.
This was the agreement among three religious representatives during an April 10 interreligious panel and discussion.
Rabbi Jean-Pierre Fettmann, Ms Tengku Suhailah binte Tengku Kamarudin and Sr Maria Lau, IJ, were the three speakers from the Abrahamic faiths who spoke on the topic of birth and religious initiation in their respective religions of Judaism, Islam and Christianity.