Tag Archives: Catholic Church

The Efficacy Of Petitionary Prayer – Homily by Archbishop William Goh (05 Mar 2020)

In the Gospel, Jesus said, “Ask and it will be given to you, search and you will find, knock and the door will be opened to you.” Is this true? That is the question that most believers ask and non-believers ask as well. Does God always answer our prayers? If God answers our prayers, then… Read More »

Parish Updates – 1st Sunday of Lent – 29 Feb 2020

Dear brothers and sisters dear parishioners of St Mary of the Angels happy Lent do I have any news of when the suspension of public masses will be lifted and we’ll all be back at St Mary of the Angels I don’t at this time of recording I don’t I hope that by the time… Read More »

Cravings Of The Heart, The Cause Of Division – Homily by Archbishop William Goh (25 Feb 2020)

St James in the first reading, in the very first sentence, he said, “Where do these wars and battles between yourself first start? Isn’t it precisely in the desires fighting inside your own self?” Sometimes when we see so much division in the world today, division in offices, division in organisations, division in our homes,… Read More »

Faith In Christ As Basis For Authority In Ministry – Homily by Archbishop William Goh (22 Feb 2020)

Today when we celebrate the Chair of St Peter, the Apostle, what the Church is celebrating is the authority and power vested in the successor of St Peter, the Pope. And therefore it is important that when we celebrate this Feast, we are reminded that the Pope, the Holy Father, being the successor of St… Read More »

Catholics Protect Human Life and Dignity

(gentle music) – As Catholics, we witness to the life and innate human dignity of all people, those not yet born, victims of war and racism, persons with disabilities, migrates and refugees, families affected by poverty, those on death row, the elderly, and those nearing the end of their lives. We recognize the image of… Read More »

Catholics Love Their Neighbors

(gentle music) – As Catholics we seek to imitate Christ’s example of love in our families, neighborhoods, and around the world. – How we organize our society can allow individuals and families to thrive and participate or prevent them from doing so. We are called to protect the family, founded on marriage between a man… Read More »

The Divine Fury: Exorcise This! (Korea 2019) | Seo-joon Park | Horror

An MMA fighter discovers he is a stigmata. At the same time, a Vatican endorsed exorcist realises he needs more help in killing demons. When they meet, sparks fly! Not literal sparks – its not that kind of movie. This strangely well-liked-by-the-public and well-hated by critics movie clocks in at over 2 very long hours,… Read More »

Removing The Blindness From Our Eyes – Homily by Archbishop William Goh (19 Feb 2020)

It is very natural for us that when people oppose us, when people are not happy with us, they become angry and they retaliate because things do not go the way they want. And this is where St James today warned us about how we react to situations in life. As I’ve said, for people… Read More »

Judging From God’s Perspective – Homily by Archbishop William Goh (20 Feb 2020)

In today’s Gospel, we have the story, the incident where St Peter just confessed that Jesus was the Christ, the Son of the Living God. And then immediately, the Lord told Peter that He would be put to death. He would be rejected by the chief priests and the elders. But Peter could not accept… Read More »