Faith in Action2018-01-22T15:37:11+08:00

Faith in Action

What better way to tell Jesus we love him, then to live our life in the Faith that we embrace so dearly.

Let Jesus Guide Our Hearts

Three things asked of us during Lent are praying, fasting, and almsgiving. Almsgiving is actually the most difficult task of the three because we are called to give without being calculative, and to give more than just money.

Love that binds

When I was growing up, I had what many would consider a privileged lifestyle. I had tons of toys and branded clothes, attended enrichment programmes, and travelled the world with my parents. Yet, I always felt sad and empty as if there was something missing in my life.

In Search of Hope

Growing up, Roland was often left alone to his own devices as his parents were busy at work, he was distracted from studies with activities such as drinking and hanging out with his friends. At Boys' Town, he found his purpose in life – to help and serve others.

Into the COVID-19 Battlefield

Michelle shares her reflection and sentiments upon hearing that her best friend is about to be sent into the designated COVID-19 virus wards to assist those afflicted by the virus.

Christmas Tradition Close to my Heart

Kasia, from Poland, shares her mother's gingerbread cookies recipe with us! As part of her family tradition, Kasia and her parents attend four-day recollection masses. They also attend Rorate Masses (morning masses with candles) during Advent and make Advent resolutions.

A Blessing in Disguise

Five years ago, the term ‘mental health’ was absent from my vocabulary. ‘Health’ as I knew, was purely physical. Pushing myself to meet the unrelenting high standards I set for myself was okay, as long as I did not fall ‘ill’.

Jesus Incarnate in the Poor

It was All Soul’s Day as I arrived at the doorstep of 54A AJC Bose Road, Motherhouse of the Missionaries of Charity in India.

Spreading God’s love in our own small little ways

After the passing of his dad, Harry spent a big part of his formative years in Boys' Town. “The religious Brothers were a very significant part of my upbringing. They played an adopted father. Moments of them teaching me, guiding me, giving me the opportunity to make all the mistakes that I want to make, in a safe environment.”

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