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Adventist Health: You Inspire Us To Do More

We are on this earth for a reason. We’ve fixed the hearts that are infirm or failing, And nurtured them to rise in health once more. We’ve seen a thousand tales of hope prevailing: Communities made stronger than before. You inspire us to do more than practice medicine. You inspire us to transform lives. Adventist… Read More »

Drawing Good Out Of Evil – Homily by Archbishop William Goh (04 Nov 2019)

Very often in life, we are resentful of the situation that we are in. Ultimately resentful of God because we feel that compared to others, we are not so intelligent, we are not having good positions in life, we are not so beautiful, we are not rich enough, others have a better job than us.… Read More »

Live in Hope with Mercy Housing

Because we are here, things change. Lives, neighborhoods, families, destinies. Mercy Housing is a catalyst for change. We thrive on it. We’re excited about it, and there’s so much at stake, so much good that can be done because are here. Because we are here, we can share our belief in the transformative power of… Read More »

Bad cops are making more innocent folks unsafe at home Opinion .

Bad cops are making more innocent folks unsafe at home Opinion . It has happened again, and it will continue to happen until the law enforcement community is forced to make major changes to its recruitment and training methods. Take a moment to recall — years ago, if you are an older person — when… Read More »

Catholic Mass services in Sri Lanka are cancelled for a second weekend Daily Mail Online

Catholic Mass services in Sri Lanka are cancelled for a second weekend Daily Mail Online Published: 09:07 BST, 2 May 2019 | Updated: 10:10 BST, 2 May 2019 Catholic services are being cancelled for a second weekend in Sri Lankas capital amid fears of fresh bomb attacks. The Church received specific information of two possible… Read More »

Constructive Criticism – Homily by Archbishop William Goh (16 Oct 2019)

Every time when we see there are some things that are unjust, we want to seek for justice. But the justice of the world is never truly justice. The world’s idea of justice basically boils down to revenge. When we make judgements, very often we are presumptuous. Most of us, we are blinded by our… Read More »

Can tiny houses save Detroit?

If you’ve never had the opportunity to own a home, this is a once in a lifetime dream come true opportunity. Detroit is building the country’s first tiny home community to help low income residents become homeowners. It was started by Reverend Faith Fowler, who turned a personal loss into a gift for her community.… Read More »

Are you ashamed of the Gospel? – Homily by Archbishop William Goh (15 Oct 2019)

Many of us, we are actually ashamed of the Good News. We are afraid to proclaim the Good News to others. We are afraid to let people know that we are Catholics. We are afraid that we will be ridiculed. We prefer to compromise our faith. In trying to promote harmony, it does not mean… Read More »