Category: Project Taste & See

Faith Formation

The 3 Levels of Vocation

By Ryan Ng We were made for Heaven! Every human heart has been ‘configured’ to yearn for eternal union with God. This ultimate end, which

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Who Wrote the Bible?

By Marilyn Choong How was the Bible written? As we learn more about the Catholic faith, verses or passages from the Bible will grow more

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Dogma vs Doctrine

By Sean Toh What are dogmas and doctrines? Are they just interchangeable synonyms? Although the Church does not give strict definitions for these two terms,

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What is a Sacrament?

By Joshua Elias What are these ‘Sacraments’ that Catholics keep talking about? The Sacraments are an efficacious sign instituted by Jesus Christ for us to

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The Sacrament of Matrimony

By Winifred Choo Matrimony is a sacrament at the service of communion, a sacrament intended for the salvation of others for the purpose of serving

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The Sacrament of Reconciliation

By Nielsen Chan The sacrament of reconciliation comprises two equally essential elements: the acts of the penitent (the person who confesses sins and seeks absolution),

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The Sacrament of Holy Orders

By Patricia Choo Holy Orders is the sacrament through which the mission — that is, proclaiming the Word of God and restoring communion with God

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The Significance of Confirmation

By Marilyn Choong Confirmation is the last of the three sacraments of initiation and thus the sacrament which completes Christian initiation for Catholics, sometimes known

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Called to be Saints

By Trina Chong Have you ever been called a saint for your kindness or after performing a good deed? Innocence and goodness are qualities associated

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Why We Need the Church

By Keith Chan Why we need the Church can be condensed into 3 primary reasons. For it is in the Church, the collective gathering of

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Who is the Pope?

By Nicole Terese The Pope is known as the vicar of Christ. The word “vicar” means to be a representative of; the pope is our

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Infant Baptism

By Jodi Chan Infant baptism is practised in the Catholic Church. It is stated in the Canon Law (the guidelines and regulations given by the

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The 3 Pillars of the Church

By Joshua Elias You may have read that “Catholic” comes from the word Universal: The Catholic Church is the same in Singapore as it is

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The Sacrament of Confirmation

By Trina Chong During the rite of Confirmation, the bishop places his hands on the confirmand’s head and traces a cross with the Oil of

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Doctrine vs Discipline

By Sean Toh St. Paul writes in his first letter to Timothy, “Now a bishop must be above reproach, the husband of one wife,” (1

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