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Nicholas Lye

Discernment Without Labels

Recently, I realise how traditional categories of “vocation”, or “states of life”, can sometimes be a distraction or hindrance to discerning one’s vocation in life.

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Jean Elizabeth Seah

The Gift of My Presence

Loneliness is something every human being has to face, for it is the hunger for perfect union. Even happily married people know this loneliness, for

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Nathalie Fernandez

Choices

People who know me know I hate making choices. I use my job as a convenient excuse. You see, I teach. And every second of

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Erin Cain

Nothing Will Be Wasted

When I saw last Friday’s Gospel reading, I thought, I’m pretty sure I’ve already written a reflection about this story before. Turns out—yep. Twice. So I tried

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Jean Elizabeth Seah

Lost and Found

One Saturday morning I reached for my watch, my saint bracelet, my ring and my necklace — only to realize that the necklace wasn’t there.

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Angelica Kauffman, Christus und die Samariterin am Brunnen (1796)
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Jean Elizabeth Seah

Water

God is closer to us than water is to a fish. – St. Catherine of Siena Water is weird. Have you ever had that thought?

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