The Office for Young People
RAISING UP A GENERATION FOR CHRIST
RAISING UP A GENERATION FOR CHRIST
WHO WE ARE
We are the youth arm of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore and we minister to young persons aged 16 to 35. Come and discover more about the Catholic faith as well as our mission!
Project Taste & See is back with a whole new look and plenty of new content to answer all your common questions regarding the Catholic faith. You can expect to find resources pertaining to a variety of topics, ranging from basic theology to a personal take on how Catholics view life. If you can relate to the above scenarios or know of a friend who may be interested in the faith, then this is the place to be!
“When I am lifted up from the earth I will draw all men to myself” ~ John 12:32
Even in the midst of the pandemic, Jesus does not stop moving our hearts and working in our lives. He invites each and every one of you to come to encounter Him at EXALT21!
EXALT’21 is a two-day conference organised by OYP as part of the Archdiocese’s Catholic200SG celebrations. We encourage you to invite a few friends to join you for EXALT21! It is our prayer and hope that together, all of you may encounter Christ and a Church that is fully alive and allow Him to awaken and convert your hearts. You can look forward to mass celebrated by Archbishop William Goh, keynote sessions, workshops and many other activities! Check out the video for what else you can expect at EXALT21 come 18-19 September!
Stay tuned for more exciting details coming soon!
As we continue with our series on suffering, we look at compassion and its significance in trying times.
“In carrying my own cross and allowing Christ in, I have received new knowledge on the weight of the cross and how to bear it.” – Gwyneth Koh
Read on for more on how Jesus revealed the deeper truth of compassion through her work as a nurse. You may also want to read our July bulletin by clicking below!
by Jonathan Justin Chng Whenever you watch your favourite athlete, let’s say Messi or Ronaldo, what do you notice? Are you impressed by their skills in soccer? Are you in awe of how they are able to curve that ball into the goal post? No doubt, these athletes have the skill and talent to pull off
by Micaela Arriola No one can escape the experience of suffering. When we first learn composition writing, our teachers introduce a story arc – Introduction, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution -, and in every story, the struggle (Rising Action) is essential. We learn that it is absolutely necessary for making a story good, so
by Gabriella Isadora Spykerman We’ve all been there before. The one sided conversation, the frustration of conversing with a wall. Be it in the quiet of the adoration room or in the most random moments of the day, we’ve all had some rendition of the same thought: Jesus, why have you gone silent on me?
“There was no need to go out and search for these things in the world because God already loves me and he desires to give that to me.” Watch as Clarice, Fergus and Justin share about their SOW testimony! Inspired? Share your testimony with a friend or post it online today with #HOmeLYWeek and don’t
by Johannes Tjendro [su_quote]So if anyone is in Christ, there is a new creation: everything old has passed away; see, everything has become new! – 2 Cor 5:17[/su_quote] How would you describe love? Perhaps words like reckless, foolish, impractical, naive, or old-fashioned may come to mind–at least through the eyes of the world. Love belongs
by Melvyn Foo A question like ‘Why should I go for School of Witness(SOW)?’ does not admit of a simple answer. On one hand, there are too many reasons to go. On the other hand, all these reasons would have never convinced me before I went for SOW. Take, for example, the reason that I encountered God.