Tag: purpose of life

SOW 2020

I am Beloved!

by Gabriel Kwan, 26 years old Growing up in a typical Asian family, academics was a priority. As I grew up as an only child, there was pressure on me to do well in everything. Before coming to School of Witness, I was very focused on doing many things to prove to myself and others

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Unpacking the Deepest Desire of Our Hearts

Date: Saturday, March 2, 2019, Venue: SJI LT 2, 38 Malcolm Rd, Spore 380274 Time:  9.00am – 3.00pm Contribution by way of love offering to cover costs incurred. The Archdiocesan Commission for the Family is organising a session on St John Paul II’s document, Theology of The Body, which will be held on 2nd March

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sainthood and Sainthood

by Teresa Luo [su_quote]The saints live not after the fashion of the world…The dignity of the saints is so great because they are not of this world, but ‘of the household of God.– St. Thomas Aquinas[/su_quote] As we commemorate All Saints’ Day this year, we remember and honour the people who have gone ahead of

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New Wine (Part Four): A New Creation, A Thanksgiving

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

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New Wine (Part Three): When the Pain Is Too Much to Bear

by Brian Jeremy Thian [su_quote]“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent. Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent. Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil? Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?” ― Epicurus[/su_quote] How can suffering and

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New Wine (Part Two): When God Goes “Silent”

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?

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New Wine (Part One): Finding Light in Darkness

by Joseph Fernandez Holy darkness, blessed night Heaven’s answer hidden from our sight As we await You, O God of silence We embrace Your holy night – Holy Darkness, Dan Schutte Imagine yourself waking up in the middle of a dark night. You exit your house and begin wandering around a dimly-lit forest. You cannot

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