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.

God’s Jigsaw Piece

I am very close to my cousin who is just a year younger than me. Growing up, we spent many weekends together at my aunt’s place doing practically anything that children may do back then – pretend play, cycling and hide-and-seek just to name a few. This was all before personal devices were in the hands of both adults and children alike, of course.

Ask, and it will be Given You

My COVID-19 ordeal started four days after I arrived home from the UK at the end of March. I was not tested on arrival, so the moment I got home, I disinfected my luggage and self-isolated in my room as not to put the other six members of my household at risk.

To love and to be loved

Last year, I failed a clinical internship for my dream job when my low mood and thoughts impacted my work performance. This was a final blow for me, following a series of other difficult life events within a few months. It felt like everything that could have gone wrong, did go wrong.

Why SSVP inspires me

While preparing for my Confirmation at the Church of St Teresa, I opted to join the SSVP Conference in July last year as an Auxiliary member as part of my ministry attachment.

My Education as a Catholic parent in a Catholic School

When I got married at the tender age of 24, just three months after graduating from university, I unwittingly signed my future spiritual life away by promising, in the presence of the priest who would marry my husband and me in the Catholic church, to raise any children God would gift us in the Catholic faith.

Why send your child to a Catholic School?

As a non-Catholic, I did not know or understand what it was that my Catholic schoolmates had that made them so grounded and happy in our mission school and junior college.

Who are you God, really?

For the greater part of my life, I've known of God, yet did not have a clue as to who or who He is.

Entering RCIY was a dream of mine

Every week, we would gather know more about God. We would gather in small groups to share personal stories and bible verses that spoke to us.

Passion for her mission

Every Monday, Mrs Mary Wee visits her Friends in Need (FINs) and the homebound in the East. She also visits residents at St Vincent’s Home and St Joseph’s Home weekly to pray with them. Her daughter-in-law joins her and plays an active role in her outreach at St Vincent’s Home now.

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