Reflections of the Day
Fourth Sunday of East Year B - 22 April 2018
A good deed done ?(Acts 4:9)

Peter had just healed a beggar. The people who witnessed the miracle were amazed, but the rulers were offended because Peter had said that it was Jesus who healed the man ?the same Jesus whom they had crucified. No wonder they arrested him!

Jesus wants us to do good deeds each day. He wants us to go out and help people who are in need. As Pope Francis said, "what matters for Jesus is, above all, reaching out to save those far off, healing the wounds of the sick and restoring everyone to Godís family" (Homily, February 15, 2015).

As our Holy Father often reminds us, there is an intimate relationship between our being filled with God's love and our desire to do good deeds for people. The more we are filled with God's love, the more we will want to give back to him ?with gifts of praise and gifts of deeds.

Unlike Peter, it's doubtful that we will be arrested and put in jail for doing good deeds in the name of Jesus. But like Peter, our good deeds will have the same effect on people today that they had on the people back then. They will melt peopleís hearts. They will help them believe that God's love is real and is powerful. They may spark some opposition, but not even that will diminish the power of your witness.

So pray each day and ask Jesus to fill you with his love. His love is the catalyst that can move you to love and serve those around you. Then be as generous as you can. Be on the lookout for opportunities.

Jesus wants us to do good deeds. We may not have Peter's courage, but we all know how to do random acts of love and kindness. So start today. Make it a point to be cordial, helpful, generous, and compassionate today. Your acts of love are infectious. Who knows? They may even draw some people closer to God!



Meditations 22 April 2018 - Word Among Us


We Pray
"Lord, fill me with your love. Inspire me to do good deeds for others."

Parish News
 Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)

If you know of friends in their search for God, as well as those from other Christian communities who want to find out more about the Catholic faith, invite them to join the new RCIA journey which begins on 31 May, 7.45 pm to 9.30 pm. Registration forms are obtainable from the RCIA notice board or the Parish Office.

 


 Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) - Come and be a Sponsor

Parishioners are invited to join the new journey as companions to those who are seeking the faith. Preparation sessions for sponsors are on 3, 17 and 24 May, 8.00 pm to 9.30 pm in the Parish Hall. Registration forms are available from the RCIA notice board or Parish Office. Those interested to register before 30 April.

 


 Grow Our Faith

Every Wednesday, 8.00 pm to 9.30 pm in the Parish Hall.
The next session is on 25 April.
Come experience what the resurrection of Jesus means for you.

 


 Celebrating Easter

Saturday, 14 April 2018
8.00 pm - 9.30 pm in the Parish Hall.
The session is facilitated by Fr Peter Tan. All are welcome!

 


 Music Appreciation & Potluck Nite

Saturday, 21 April, 7.30 pm in the Parish Hall. Come for a night of fellowship, fun, food and music. Bring along your potluck specialty to share for dinner.

 


 Movie Night

Saturday, 28 April, 7.30 pm in the Parish Hall
Movie Title: Joseph of Nazareth
The story of the man closest to Christ. This is the first feature film ever on the story of St. Joseph - carpenter, husband of Mary and the chosen father of Jesus Christ.

 


 Canteen - Adelphi's Corner

Please stay for fellowship after Mass on Sunday and enjoy breakfast. Coffee and tea on the Church.

 


 Mothers Prayers

Mothers Prayers was formed to help those mothers who wished to pray together for their children and grandchildren and to find the support they needed. The prayer session is held every Thursday, 10.30 am in Room 16, Level 2.

 


 Sacrament of Confirmation

22 October 2017, which was also World Mission Sunday, 70 of our youths in our Level 9 catechism class received the Sacrament of Confirmation. His Grace Archbishop William Goh celebrated the mass and the youths were challenged by the bishop to be witnesses for Christ.


Confirmation Mass photos can be viewed and downloaded from here

 


 Catechetical Sessions

There will be no catechism sessions during the Easter weekend of 31 March and 1 April for both primary and confirmation levels.

 


 Please like our new Facebook Page!

We have launched our church's facebook page. Please like our facebook page and help spread the word with friends and fellow parishioners.

 


 

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