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A Net of Love

by Bernadine Yong How can I catch souls if I do not have joy? In a world of instant gratification fuelled by our technological society, joy can be fleeting and conditional when it’s centred on comparison and competition. The growing influence of social media has the power to effect and dictate our choices, attitudes and

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A Life That Breathes Mission

by Genevieve Especkerman Being caught up in the hustle and bustle of life, it is all too easy to forget the presence of the Spirit that enlivens and animates what we do. We go about each day fulfilling our commitments because we have to. We have to complete all the items on our to-do lists.  We

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Finding Hope in Disillusionment

by Amanda Michaela Er The temptation to cling onto hopelessness and defeatism consume spiritual zeal and fervor, turning Christians into disillusioned pessimists. We fall into the trap of relativism, heightened individualism, and a crisis of identity. Disillusionment happens at a slow, steady pace. What starts out as innocent passivity became an intentional rejection of the

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Social dimension of evangelisation

by Desmond Soh When I bring others to God, is it for my sake or theirs? We are called to mission and to proclaim the Good News. However, we are held back by various reasons such as the fear of judgement and rejection. In our secular workplaces, we feel that explicit discussions about faith are

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Sharing Jesus in Today’s Culture – “Inculturating”

by Ian Cheng “Do I really need to explicitly proclaim the gospel in the workplace? Isn’t it enough to just be a good colleague or worker?” All of us are immersed in today’s secular culture. Evidently so in the workplace – Topics around Netflix, the latest gossip, stocks often become the conversations in our workplaces. Instead of

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Are We Catholics Out of Convenience Amidst the Hustle Culture?

by Marie Charlene Garcia In today’s highly competitive and fast-paced lifestyle, the hustle culture has become the norm for many in the workplace. The world tells us that this is the standard to objectively measure how ‘fruitful’ we are at work, that we have to be productive/successful in order for us to be ‘useful’ and

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