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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore
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A strong man is one whose house, His inner self, is undivided. He is one with himself and lives a life of integrity. He has nothing to hide because all His actions and thoughts are transparent. He is conscious of the motives for all that he does. Because of the purity of motives, he can afford to be level-headed in dealing with emotional responses that come from an intimidated heart. If we know who we are and have the humility to accept ourselves, then we will always be beyond praise and blame.
"Loving God, You are unchanging and we can trust in you. Thank you for giving us the freewill to love you. Give us the grace to hold onto your love in our hearts."
I closed my eyes and imagined myself in the scenario. I visualised myself holding the two tablets. The two tablets were like my heart. I imagined God writing on my heart. A life ahead of me to unfold the mystery of what has been written on my heart.
2. Make Your Home a Temple
There should be a kind of holy reverence for the people under your roof, in the greetings you exchange with one with one another, in the areas where you spend time together. In the words of C.S. Lewis, “Next to the Blessed Sacrament itself, your neighbor is the holiest object presented to your senses.” A Catholic home should have sacred art, a crucifix, icons of the Holy Family, Our Lady, St. Joseph.
A look at “Amoris Laetitia” (The Joy of Love) and how it has captured what the Theology of the Body should look like as a marital and familial spirituality.
To find life, one must be well focused. However, many of us fall into either extremes. The irony is that when a person is too focused, he is actually out of focus. The truth is that being centered or focussed does not mean that we give ourselves to only one project or one person in our entire life. Rather, it means to give our full attention to what we are supposed to do at a particular point of time.
God wants to give you a share in His divine life. Before doing so, however, He gave His life in all its fullness to the sacred hu­manity of Jesus because of its union with the second Person of the Blessed Trinity. Jesus gives you His divine life and unites you with God through the sacraments, especially in Holy Communion, for it is the sacrament of union.
Holy Communion preserves and increases the supernatural life of your soul. In the Holy Eucharist, Christ becomes present so that He may abide bodily among us by His Real Presence in our tabernacles, renew the Sacrifice of Calvary in an unbloody manner on our altars, and nourish our souls in Holy Communion. The Eucharist is …
“There is nothing you can do to make Him love you more, there is nothing you can do to make Him love you less”
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Unless we make ourselves a living sacrifice, we are not yet a true priest. Everyone of us, whether we are parents, leaders, workers or collaborators, must offer ourselves as a living sacrifice for the service of humanity.
Today's #morningprayer:
For greater engagement and dialogue amongst­ people of different faiths to promote friendship, collaboration, respect and appreciation.
Whilst laws remain good and important for righteous living, what is of paramount importance is love and charity. The author of Hebrews exhorts us to persevere in good works even if faith is lacking.
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The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore is under the direct jurisdiction of the Vatican in Rome. The Archdiocese is led by Archbishop William Goh. There are 142 priests and 201 religious brothers and sisters serving a Catholic population of about 303,000 including PRs, expats,and immigrants (2014).

The Archdiocese is divided into 5 districts with a total of 31 churches, including The Cathedral of the Good Shepherd, which is located on Victoria Street in the center of Singapore.

Catholic institutions have been serving the Singapore community since 1854. There are 38 Catholic schools and 16 Kindergartens in Singapore and many Catholic charitable and social institutions, including Mt. Alvernia Hospital and various hospices and homes for the aged, sick, homeless and migrants.

The Archdiocese is a member of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei.

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Archbishop's House, 31 Victoria Street, Singapore 187997