Category: News

  • Project David 2014

    The goal of this leadership camp had Pope Francis’ vision of the new evangelization in mind. Pope Francis, in an interview said earlier in his pontificate, to “heal wounds and to warm the hearts of the faithful”. This also means to become shepherds of today’s youths, being gentle, more outreaching, loving and humble servants of the Lord.

  • No More Turning The Other Cheek Says Anglican Archbishop

    The insanity that we are facing has become so systemic that even the judiciary has seen it fit to abandon sound principles of jurisprudence and taken an unprecedented extra-judicial position that the use of the word ‘Allah’ to refer to God is not an integral part of the faith and practice of Christianity. This is an uncalled for, unnecessary and a gross insensitive provocation. This is a travesty of our constitutional and human right for the Church to manage its own affairs including translation of our Holy Scriptures into Bahasa Malaysia and our native languages. This is the exclusive ecclesiastical authority of the Church that neither the state nor the judiciary should trespass in accordance to settled international convention and law.

  • Getting along in the name of God

    IN A haunting song that can moisten eyes in either country, the Greek singer George Dalaras describes a Christian compatriot and a Turkish Muslim sitting near the Bosporus, toasting friendship and vowing not to let religion divide two down-trodden sons of toil. He imagines the Turk crooning: "You have Christ, I have Allah, but we both say "ach" and "ah..."

  • Youths on a Mission

    From the 6th-19th Jan 2013, five post-SPM youths – Stevie Tobi, Carlos Pereira, Aaron Pereira, Gerard Theseira and Christy Vignesh – attended the Mission camp for Teens, a two-week programme that builds them up in the knowledge of the faith, leadership and a sense of mission. Through the two weeks, the participants studied their faith through the Youcat and were given exposures in Cameron Highlands and Subang Jaya. Every day, the participants rose early and began with Bible reflections followed by Mass whenever it was available. The days ended with recollection to name their high moments, low moments and God moments. They also practiced using the prayer journal and recorded Bible verses that struck them as well as their prayer intentions.