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The Peace Of Christmas Comes From Justice And Truth – Homily by Archbishop William Goh (26 Dec 2019)

The peace that Christmas comes to bring, it is a peace that is based on truth. This is very much unlike the peace in the world. Nobody wants to speak the truth because if you speak the truth, you are unpopular. And that is why the unity of the world today is very fragile because… Read More »

Reflection on Advent | Catholic Central

(upbeat music) LIBBY: So, Advent. The four weeks before Christmas that you have to slog through before you finally get something new and shiny, right? Well, maybe, but only if you ignore the lessons of this liturgical season. Advent starts the fourth Sunday before Christmas, and is a time when Catholics focus on the themes… Read More »

Marriage | Catholic Central

KAI: What you watching? LIBBY: Marriage Hacks for the Lazy and Self-Absorbed. KAI: As if you could learn anything about marriage from a four-minute video. LIBBY: Seriously, I mean covering the complex issues of a major lifetime commitment like marriage shouldn’t be at least five minutes. KAI: Six to get to the Catholic stuff. (upbeat… Read More »