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This Week's Personal Reflection

Do we let Him restore us?

Do we recognize Him in the people who offer us help?

Or do we let our pride stop us from being humble?

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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)

24 Hours with the Lord- 21 to 22 Jun, Fri to Sat

Time: 7.30 pm to 7.30 pm (Venue: Worship Hall)

Note: Adoration Room will be closed during this period

Consecration of the Family to the Sacred Heart of Jesus- 28 Jun, Fri

Eucharistic Celebration: 6pm

Holy Hour & Eucharistic Celebration- 5 Jul,  Fri

Time: 7.30 pm & 8.30 pm (respectively)

Evening Brew- 19 Jul, Fri

Time: 7.30 pm (Venue: outside St Michael’s Foyer)

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As we prepare ourselves after 40 days of conversion and awaiting Jesus resurrection, we also prepare our Easter Candles for Holy Saturday to bring it along with us. A few of us came together to decorate our Easter Candles and to get ready together. Have you decorated your Easter Candle? If not, you still have time! Otherwise, we will be providing candles for those who do not have their own candle

Let us  pay attention to the dying and rising of Christ in the Paschal Triduum of – Maudy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. See you in Holy Week!

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Celebrate Every Single Day in Easter Season! After experiencing so much joy as a community, let us continue to celebrate our love for the Lord and the joy His resurrection brings! So that we can experience the EXPLOSION at Pentecost.  The Lord is offering us even more at Pentecost! At the Easter Octave Day 8, Father Terence encouraged everyone not to waste a single day and to celebrate every day of the 50 days! What are we celebrating in the Easter Season? The Resurrection Ascension The coming of the Holy Spirit Apostles at Pentecost How can we experience the explosion at Pentecost? Spread Easter Cheer!! Invite family and friends out for a meal to celebrate Easter Send

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Were you at our recent Easter Octave Celebrations? Take a look at the pictures we took! Spot yourself?

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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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