Discovering Self2018-01-22T15:32:36+00:00

Discovering Self

God created us for a reason. Do we know the gifts and talents that God has blessed us with?

Catching up with Fr Jovita (Part 4)

Fr Jovita's appreciation for the Church in Singapore In this video, Fr Jovita shares that his time in Rome has enlightened him to the vibrancy of the Church in Singapore, thereby creating a [...]

Purposefully Single

When I was a child, I thought there were only three types of singles: spinsters, nuns and priests. Since nuns and priests willingly give their lives to serve God, they choose to be single. [...]

Desperately in Need of a Saviour

Do you know God in a personal and powerful way? Anne felt God’s love for the first time at a camp. She did not really know what to expect but made a decision to open her heart up little by little to this God that she was slowly beginning to know.

Empty Womb Aching Heart

Infertility affects 1 in 6 couples, and most of us have either experienced it at some point in our lives or known someone who has gone through it. Yet, this cross is hardly spoken about, much less understood.

Begin Again

When couples marry, they look forward to building a loving family and growing old with their spouses. Unfortunately, in reality, it does not happen all the time. Losing a spouse through death throws the other partner off his or her life course and creates a huge vacuum that takes a long time to fill.

Encountering God’s Healing Love for the First Time

National Service had been a period of both physical and spiritual exhaustion for Lucas. By the time he completed his duty early this year, he found himself drained and desiring a renewed relationship with God. Lucas shares about the first time he encountered God’s healing love.

Starting Afresh

When couples marry, they look forward to building a loving family and growing old with their spouses. Unfortunately, in reality, it does not happen all the time. The heartaches and turmoil that one goes through in a divorce cannot be described with mere words.

Love One Another As I Have Loved You

Fr Loiseau saw his life and the strength he possessed as a gift of God, and this life and this strength is truly “one life to live and one life to give”. There is nothing that can stop him from giving of himself, other than he himself.