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This Week's Personal Reflection

Do you hear the calling of Jesus to be His disciple? Have you answered Jesus’ calling?

Do you feel the presence of God in your daily life? Do you lift all things up to God?

At the end of days, what kind of life will you have led? Will you be able to say that you have lived a life of righteousness in the sight of God?

All of us are journeying towards our Father in Heaven. How about we, through our love, build the Kingdom of God right here on earth?

Parish Events & News

OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES
to Fr John on the passing of his brother. Fr John is away on compassionate leave from 12 to 27 Feb. Please pray for him and his family.

It Takes 2 to Tango- 17 Feb, Sun

Time: 12noon – 2pm (Venue: Level 3 Classrooms)

Eucharistic Celebration for Anointing of the Sick- 17 Feb, Sun

Time: 3 to 5pm (Venue: Worhsip Hall)

RCIA – The Presentation of the Bibles- 17 Feb, Sun

Time: 5.30pm

Presentation of the Bibles to the Catechumens and Candidates to help them discover God and His message of love will be held during the Eucharist.Please pray for our inquirers, Catechumens and Candidates, and all who are involved in the RCIA process.

Movie Appreciation Night- 23 Feb, Sat

Time: 7.30 to 10pm, Movie: Bohemian Rhapsody (R21)

Parish Retreat- 1st to 3rd Mar 2019

Venue: Majodi Johor Bahru (Cost: $50 per person)

Register this weekend: booth at ground floor

Holy Hour- 1 Mar, Fri

Time: 7.30pm, followed by Eucharistic Celebration at 8.30pm (there will be no 6pm EC)

Collection of Holy Palms

Please return your holy palms to the box outside the Parish Office for burning on Fat Tuesday (5 Mar) and the ashes will be used for the Ash Wednesday
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This morning at church… being the 1st day of the Chinese New Year, many families from young to seniors, were seen dressed in shades of red participating in the Eucharistic Celebrations together. Mandarin organges were distributed after both English and Mandarin Eucharistic Celebrations.

“Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus”- 1 Thessalonians 5:18

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From The Heart of CNY 2019 The distribution of blessed oranges in bright cheerful red bags to Parishioners was made on 初一 (the First Day of the Lunar New Year) after both English and Mandarin Eucharistic Celebrations. Two days prior to this, eager volunteers had gathered to help the packing of 1,800 oranges. With everyone helping in the gusto of the community spirit, the exercise of packing oranges took only 30 to 45 minutes. There is no better way to celebrate 初一 with the Lord in mind and heart - parishioners came dressed in various shades of red and in their best. Each gave thanks to the Lord before the commencement of the visiting and feasting with relatives,

Faith Formation
Encountering God

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As we celebrate the Chinese New Year (CNY), let us give praise to God our Father, with a deep sense of thanksgiving in being reunited with the members of the extended family. Family gatherings are times to thank God for His manifold blessings. It is also a time to remember our forefathers and those who have passed on in our families. We thank God for all that He has provided yesterday, today and tomorrow. By Julianne Danielle Lim 8 Bible Verses to dwell on during this CNY Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or

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Faith journaling is a gift for the long haul, to make your faith active. “Journaling is a pathway for joy & a powerful tool in the hands of love.” It could be a habit-based approach to your spiritual growth, to help you focus on what is God saying to you. How should one begin? There is no right or wrong way to start your journal. For a start, you may reflect on the following points and write them down on the first page of your journal: -Why do I want to keep a faith journal? -Have I ever had the slightest experience with Jesus? -Who is Jesus to me? Any other smaller steps towards keeping a Faith Journal?

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“Restore to me the gladness of your salvation; uphold me with a willing spirit.” Psalm 51: 14 The Monastic Fathers have written extensively about the Noonday devil. It is called the Noonday devil because it comes when we are preparing to take a mid-day break from prayer and from our activity. It also comes when we let our guard down and become complacent - “Oh I have already done so much work. I deserve a break.” The spiritual term for this is Acedia. While generally translated as “Sloth”, a closer translation of the word, would be “Spiritual Apathy” or “Spiritual Weariness”. St. Thomas Aquinas has referenced St. John Damascene in defining this term, and calls it, “Weariness in the

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