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The Lord is truly risen, Alleluia. To Him be glory and power for all the ages of eternity, Alleluia, Alleluia!

Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia!

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Easter Reflections 2019 (LAST session)- 4 Jun, Tue

Time: 7pm

Pentecost Rally 2019- 6 to 8 Jun, Thu to Sat

Time: 7.30pm – 10 pm (Venue: Worship Hall)

Come and experience the workings of the Holy Spirit within you, especially at the Pentecost Rally! 

Light food will be served (Fri & Sat only)

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St Michael’s “theatre” was full house last evening, this Saturday night! The film traces the rise of the band, Queen, through their iconic songs and reaching unparalleled success. But in an unexpected turn Freddie, surrounded by darker influences, shuns Queen in pursuit of his solo career. Father Terence explains from a spiritual point of view how we can draw parallels to our own lives and be alert. Wondering how you can watch a movie through the lens of a Catholic? Join us for the next movie night! 

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Small Acts of Family Love That Is So Strongly Felt Indeed we never know what talents God gives to each of us until we put it to good use. Those who came and had a meal at the canteen on 24 Mar were pleasantly greeted by a beautiful backdrop that reminded us how Jesus sits amongst us, listening to our every conversation and waiting for us to invite Him to join in. Also, looking at the colourful menu, are we more enticed by the drawing or the array of food that was offered? When I first embarked on this task, I was not sure what would be the outcome. Never did I expect so much

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Do you know what are the 12 fruits of the Holy Spirit? Has the Holy Spirit touched your heart? What is your identity in Christ like? By Julianne Danielle Lim  

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How do we experience the Holy Spirit in our lives? Why do we experience the Holy Spirit? What can we do to experience the Holy Spirit? By Julianne Danielle Lim

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Come, Holy Spirit! Before Jesus ascended into heaven, He commanded his apostles to “wait for the promise of the Father” in Jerusalem (Acts 1:4-5). Nine days later the apostles celebrated the Jewish feast of Pentecost, and God fulfilled his promise by sending the Holy Spirit. It was the first “novena.” In a unique way, we can imitate their example and join them in the Upper Room, waiting for the Advocate to come. We can prepare our hearts for the coming of the Holy Spirit and kindle a fire within us that God can set ablaze. How? Through prayer of course! And the Word of God gives us the very words we need. Prayer for the Baptism of the Holy Spirit

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Saint Andrew Kim Taegon was the first Korean-born Catholic priest and is the patron saint of Korea. In the late 18th century. Kim's parents were converts and his father was subsequently martyred for practising Christianity, a prohibited activity in heavily Confucian Korea. After being baptized at age 15, Kim studied at a seminary in the Portuguese colony of Macau. He also spent time in study at Lolomboy, Bocaue, Bulacan, Philippines, where today he is also venerated. He was ordained a priest in Shanghai after nine years (1844) by the French bishop Jean-Joseph-Jean-Baptiste Ferréol. He then returned to Korea to preach and evangelize. During the Joseon Dynasty, Christianity was suppressed and many Christians were persecuted and executed. Catholics had to covertly

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"And John, leaped for joy in his mother's womb when he sensed the presence of Jesus in Mary's womb."

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