Religion
Fr. Joseph Gill

Death to Self

People often ask me, “Why do priests wear black?” If I’m feeling sarcastic, I usually respond with something like, “It makes us look thinner” or

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Religion
Fr. Gerald Musa

Hospitality: The Lady at Shunem

‘Stranger Danger’ is an expression that warns people about the danger of receiving or speaking with unfamiliar people. Usually, we teach our children to be

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Columnists
Noel Ethan Tan

Saints Peter & Paul

Acts 12:1-11, Psalm 34, 2 Timothy 4:6-18, Matthew 16:13-19 Do you relate better with Peter or Paul? For me, it is Peter without a doubt.

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Books
Fanny Jean Jones

Gríma Wormtongue

It’s funny how often in history or books, the manipulative character with so much power is either small, in the background, or even unnoticed. One

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Religion
Guest Writer

Keep the Faith

Guest post by Fr. Scott W. Brossart, SOLT The movie Silence by Martin Scorsese lifts up two Jesuits who deny their faith in public before

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Feasts
Fr. Joseph Gill

Eternal Life

The old man, stooped under the weight of years, was led into the arena. Thousands of spectators were there, and the Proconsul said to him,

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Religion
Noel Ethan Tan

Signs

Then the fire of the Lord fell and consumed the holocaust and wood, and licked up the water in the trench. When all the people

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Sacraments
Fr. Gerald Musa

Holy Communion

A saintly priest had a devout parishioner who developed a habit of leaving the Church before the end of Mass. One day, while the parishioner

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Sacraments
Fr. Joseph Gill

Eucharistic Hunger

The Solemnity of Corpus Christi is the day that we celebrate the very gift that brings us together every Sunday: the Lord’s Body and Blood

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Entertainment
Jean Elizabeth Seah

Life Lessons from 3D Puzzles

During this time in lockdown, I have finally delved into my collection of 3D jigsaw puzzles, and pondered a few life lessons while having fun.

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Columnists
Kat Larson

Holy Disturbance

On Corpus Christi last year, the homily focused on how humans have this never-ending desire for satisfaction. If I only look to worldly goods to

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Feasts
Fr. Gerald Musa

The Holy Trinity and One God

“God is not something vague… He is tangible; He is not abstract but has a name: God is love.” ~ Pope Francis. Most African traditional

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Feasts
Kat Larson

Heartburn

Last week we celebrated the birthday of the Church — Pentecost. I am amazed I looked forward to this feast day so much; sometimes it

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Life
Marissa Standage

When My Best Isn’t Enough

Okay, I must confess: I like to be self-sufficient. It’s nice when you know what to do, have a schedule in hand, know what’s happening,

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Feasts
Fr. Gerald Musa

Pentecost: Speaking in Tongues

The Christian world celebrates Pentecost; this is a celebration which comes fifty days after Easter. The name Pentecost is derived from the Greek word Pentecoste,

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Health & Fitness
Jean Elizabeth Seah

An Easter Miracle

At the start of Holy Week, the alarming news came from Singapore — my mother was suffering a stroke, after miraculously surviving a five-day brain

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