Listening to His Call : Vocation Story Singapore (Priests, Nuns, Sisters, Religious)2018-04-27T16:01:49+08:00

Listening to His Call

Do you hear Him calling you? How would you listen and respond to His Call then? Is it your vocation to serve him?

Why would someone be moved to dedicate their life in service of others?

This section of the website is about Vocation Stories in Singapore. Each story tell of the personal struggles that each person faced and how through the grace of God, these people are able to fulfil God’s will for them and also fulfil their call to the priestly or religious life.

You Are Still My First Love – Br Brandon Ng

I was given an image of two different cars – one representing Marriage and the other, Priesthood. It was clear that both cars would lead me on a blessed journey and an awesome ride, yet I could only choose one.

Life after New Life

Five years ago, I was baptised into the Catholic Church at Church of Christ the King. Jesus picked me up during the darkest moment of my life and lovingly, He led me to a [...]

Reaching Out

It was the desire to serve the less fortunate in Singapore that prompted Br Collin to join the La Salle Brothers.

A Compassionate Spiritual Father and Guide

Father Ignatius Huan has been shaping and moulding the lives of others – from secondary schools to the seminaries – for the most of his life. He shares with us the disappointments he encountered, how he overcame them, and his passion in spiritual direction and spirituality.

The Great Communicator

Even as a young boy growing up in Limerick, Ireland, Gerard Keane wanted to be a priest and he could not understand why others would not want to serve God. Now aged 82, he has spent 62 of those years with the Jesuits. He celebrated the Golden Jubilee of his priesthood recently.

The Arena of Dance

The Arena of Dance Dance: The rhythmic movement of one's body. A place where we can let go... and be free. Where one can exercise self-expression with their entire being - soul, [...]

Life as a Lay Dominican

In this video, Estella talks about the background of the Dominican Order, and her experiences as a lay Dominican. While she had always been involved in formation groups, she found that she was in search for something more. She desired to have a more stringent theological formation, which she finally found in the Dominicans.

A Story of Gratitude

This is a story of a man, who has jumped from one uniformed group to the next. When I was a boy, I was more fortunate than others. At least I had my father [...]

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