Reflections of the Day
"Lord, when did we see you hungry?"
What kind of future are you preparing for? What about the life to come after our death? God puts in the heart of every living person the desire for unending life and happiness - but a life of unending happiness can only be fulfilled in him. While death claims each of us at the appointed time, God gives us something which physical death cannot touch - his own divine life (2 Peter 1:3-4) and the sustaining power of his Holy Spirit (Romans 8:9-11). We can either accept or reject the offer which God makes to us in Christ Jesus the Lord. The Day of the Lord will reveal what kind of life we have chosen for the age to come - a life of peace and joy with God or a life of misery and separation apart from God.

Jesus' parable of the separation of goats and sheep invites his audience to consider their lives in view of the age to come (Matthew 25:31-46). What happens when you put sheep and goats together? Jesus' audience readily understood the need for separating the two. In arid lands, like Israel, goats and sheep often grazed together during the day because green pasture was sparse. At nightfall, when the shepherd brought the sheep and goats to their place of rest, he separated them into two groups. Goats by temperament are aggressive, domineering, restless, and territorial. They butt heads with their horns whenever they think someone is intruding on their space.

What's the point of this story for us? The kind of life we choose to live now and the moral choices we make will have consequences that determine our future - for better or for worse. Separation is an inevitable consequence of judgement. The Day of Judgement will reveal who had true faith in God and who lived according to God's command to love him first above all else and to love one's neighbor as oneself, with true compassion and mercy (see Leviticus 19:1-2,11-18).

Jesus calls us to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world. We are not called to flee the society around us nor to disdain those who treat
us unfavorably or unfairly. We are to be leaven in a society that needs God's healing love and forgiveness. When we let our light shine we allow others to see God's love, truth, and compassion in the way we speak and treat them. God has shown us his incredible mercy and loving-kindness through his Son, Jesus Christ, who came to save us from the tyranny of sin and Satan, and a world blinded by vanity and deception. We are ambassadors for Christ and our mission is to bring his light, truth, and merciful love to those who stumble in darkness, ignorance, and unbelief.

As much as we might like to judge the parables, the parables, nonetheless, judge us by pointing out the consequences of the choices we make and the kind of life we choose to follow. Jesus teaches us a very important lesson about loving our neighbor and taking responsibility for others. God will judge us not only for the wrong we have done but also for what we have failed to do. Now is the time of God? mercy, for seeking his help and grace to turn away from sin, and to walk in his way of love. We can love freely, generously, and unconditionally because God has already poured his love into our hearts through the gift and working of his Holy Spirit (Romans 5:5). Ask the Holy Spirit to purify your heart that you may love as God loves and live charitably with all.

The Scriptures present us with the choice between two kingdoms - the kingdom of light and the kingdom of darkness. The choice is ours. Which kingdom do you serve? God's kingdom lasts forever because it is built on the foundation of God's love and justice. To accept Jesus as Lord and King is to enter a kingdom that will last forever where righteousness, love, truth, and peace dwell. Is your life submitted to the Lordship of Jesus?

We Pray:
"Lord Jesus Christ, you are my Lord and King and there is no other. May your love rule in my heart that I may think and act with charity towards all."

Parish News
 Silver Jubilee Events Calendar

Do look out and take part in our celebrations leading to our Feast Day Silver Jubilee on 31 May 2015!


 PRE is back(13-16 Nov 2014)

Come explore what it means to enrich your spiritual self through Recollection, Reflection and Reconciliation.

Organized with love by the Parish community for baptized Catholics of more than 3 years and above 18 years of age.

Find out more details and sign up at the PRE corner at Church entrance.


 Children shoes for Batam

As the school year is coming to an end, if you have shoes that are still in good condition but does not fit your children anymore, please bring them to the Church on weekend of 15/16 Nov 2104 (please tie/bag them for easy sorting).

The PRE will sent them to Batam Orphanages who are in need of children shoes.



Sessions will resume on weekend of 8 November 2014 for 3 weeks. Attendance will be noted.


 Feast Day Celebrations

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 Canteen - Who's cooking this week?

The RCIA will cook up a storm to bring you,western breakfast, quiche lorraine, tanghoon soup, homemade popiah
and more for your indulgence.


 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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Mass Schedule

Usual Mass Schedule


6.30am & 6.00pm (Public Holiday - 9.00am only)


6.30am 5.00pm (Novena) 6.00pm (Sunset Mass)

2nd Saturday of the month

7.30pm (Tagalog)


6.45am, 8.00am (Mandarin), 9.30am, 11.15am 6.00pm


Thank you!

The Warden Ministry wishes to express their gratitude to all for their generosity in the recent jumble sale in aid of mission program in Vietnam.

Power Point Presenter

Power Point Presenter for Sunday 6pm Mass. If you are interested, call Barbara@9758 0258. Training will be provided.

Catechists for Pr. Session

If you love children and want to use your talents God has given you to help young learn our faith, volunteer your service. Call Barbara at 9758 0258 or email: catechist

Air-Condition System

We are seeking a licensed Catholic Mechanical & Electrical Engineer who can assist in revamp of our Parish air-condition system. Kindly get in touch with Fr Edward Lim for discussion


RCIA will not have the usual Breaking of the Word on Sat 22 Nov 2014 at the Sunset Mass. It will resume on the 29 Nov 2014.

Lourdes Experience

Organized by the Archdiocese to be held at the indoor stadium on the 6 December 2014. Our Parish is allocated 500 tickets. Those submitted their application may collect their tickets from the office by Saturday 29 November.

Boy's Town Alumni Charity Fund(BTACF)

Boy's Town Alumni Charity Fund(BTACF) will be running a Mentorship program for Youth-At Risk in Assumption Pathway School, a Catholic Mission School. If you have the passion to make a difference in the lives of children, especially those in need, BTACF is recruiting volunteer mentors for this program. Training will be provided. For further details, contact John Hong @ 9299 8678 or email:

No Tagalog Mass

There will be NO Tagalog Mass in December.

Help Needed

Barang Barang operating the thrift shop every Monday in the Parish Hall are appealing for volunteers to help out with various task. Those keen in offering their service may approach the office with their contact details.


CHARIS is making its annual appeal for Humanitarian Aid Fund to support overseas humanitarian work. Appeal envelopes are available in the parish. You may also send crossed cheque payable to ?umanitarian Aid Fund?with your name and contact no. to CHARIS, #07-02, Catholics Centre, 55 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187954. For further information, please call 6337 4119 or


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