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Turning what they learn into action

Raine Seah Inspired by the acts of selfless love of their patron saint, Saint Louis de Montfort, towards the last, the lost and the least, Assumption English School (AES) strives to develop compassionate students also known as Assumptionknights who think beyond themselves, and who are willing to serve others, especially those who may be [...]

Discernment – God’s strength and providence

The trials and tribulations of life that come our way need not necessarily be caused by the wrongs we have done, nor the sins we have committed. The way people choose to treat and relate to us, is often beyond our control. This is because every person has his or [...]

Speaking what God wants His people to hear

In his homilies, Fr Terence tries to find examples from daily life and the local culture to translate the Word of God. Growing up as a shy boy, public speaking was one of my greatest fears. In fact, whenever someone suggested the priesthood to me, I would use this fear as a [...]

What to do when God calls you?

“Teacher, what good must I do to gain eternal life?” (Matthew 19:16). This was the question put to Jesus by the rich young man. So fundamental is this question that everyone, at one time or another, will have to embark on this quest for the answer to this question. Some [...]

Put God at the core of all your activities

Jared Ng Leaving home to stay in university hall can leave a student with mixed emotions. On the one hand, there is a feeling of independence but on the other, nervousness and anxiety of not knowing what to expect. This stepping into the unknown was especially challenging for Isabel (not [...]

Games to promote inter-religious harmony

Bernadette Lee The Harmony Games is into its 12th year but the enthusiasm and the energy that the participants put into the events certainly augur well for Singapore efforts to promote inter-religious harmony. Some 160 participants gathered on the morning of Aug 24 to learn about each other’s faith and [...]

Archdiocese statement on the Maintenance of Religious Harmony (Amendment) Bill

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore is fully supportive of the Maintenance of Religious Harmony (MRHA) (Amendment) Bill. The proposed changes are timely given that the MRHA was enacted in 1990 to provide for the maintenance of religious harmony in Singapore. With the pervasiveness of the Internet and social media, hateful messages that can deepen and fracture religious harmony can spread faster and wider than before.

Not a teacher, but a witness of God’s love

A sharing to mark Catechetical Awareness Weekend Gerard Ang “Our parish is in need of more catechists. Can you help us?” is an often heard, sometimes frantic plea from our church’s catechetical ministry. This was how I received the call to catechise. On reflection, I believe that no matter the circumstances surrounding a [...]