Addressing the evil of Pornography amongst
our youths and in our Society
Speaker: Diana Mascarhenas Venue: Archdiocesan Curia and Cathedral Pastoral Centre (ACCPC)
The Lord has called us to be holy and our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit but in today’s world our children and youths are exposed (to their great detriment) to the evil of pornography. This harms them in ways that often will cause serious damage to them now and for their future. Our Archdiocese is very concerned and has taken the step to invite a well known speaker from India who is now residing in New Zealand.
Parents, do take this seriously and support this initiative by sending your children and attend the parents’ session yourselves.
1. 26 July (Friday), 7.30 - 10.00 pm; the Empowered Ministry Gathering at the Gallery
2. 27 July (Saturday), 2.00 - 5.45 pm; Archdiocesan Curia and Cathedral Pastoral Centre (ACCPC)
Session for parents: Date & Time: 28 July (Sunday), 2.30 - 5.00 pm Venue: ACCPC
“This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.” (Jn 15:22)
A course for married couples.
- Couple participation is obligatory
- Every couple ought to attend every session and participate fully in every activity
- Special consideration will be given to couples who are unable to pay the full fee
Date: 21 - 23 June 2013 Venue: St Peter’s College
The complete information can be found together with the registration form. Kindly download the electronic registration form here: MEE e-Form
Completed forms can be sent through email to Michael Junim, or Archbishop’s Office through kch.catholic[at]gmail.com, or by hand.
For further information, please call: Michael Junim @ 082-242634 | Email add: michaeljunim[at]gmail.com
COME AND EXPERIENCE THE GOOD NEWS OF JESUS’ LOVE & POWER
Brother Stephen Bong from the Holy Cross Ministry of Deliverance & Healing will be giving the first of two teachings for this year on “Jesus’ Love and Power”. The teaching will be followed by a deliverance and healing session.
Date: Friday, 10th May, 2013 Time: 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm Place: Christian Ecumenical Worship Centre,
Lot 2500, Block 10, Jalan Stampin,
Entry is free. All are welcome.
For more information please contact:
The Holy Cross Centre
No. 681, Lorong 1, Jalan Bayor Bukit, Tabuan Jaya, 93350 Kuching.
Web Site: www.holycross-ministry.org
The Holy Father Benedict XVI has recently declared in his Motu Proprio “Porta Fidei” that 11 October 2012 to 24 November 2013 will be the Year of Faith. He expects that the Church will renew her vigour for evangelisation throughout the stipulated year.
With this, we call to mind the apostolic ministry of one of the greatest evangelists of all time, St Paul, who revolutionised the ancient world through his evangelisation activity and teaching of the Word of God.
Who was St Paul, really? How much has he impacted Christianity as we know it today? And what did he really teach in his multiple volumes of letters written to the Christians in various parts of the world? And most importantly, what do his teachings mean for us?
This six-session series of talks journeys with you through an intriguing study to discover who the Apostle Paul was and what his life project was about.
Rev Deacon Dr Sherman Kuek, OFS
24 - 26 May 2013
Multi-Purpose Hall, Level 4,
Archdiocesan Curia & Cathedral Pastoral Centre,
Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg,
Purpose of event:-
To create awareness and fund-raise for our upcoming E.R. 2013 experience. So come join us for fresh food prepared, cooked and served by the Youths. FREE COFFEE and TEA is served. Please help and support our Youth Ministry!
Empowered (Youth) Ministry
For more information:-
014-694 5414 (Hotline) | email@example.com
His Grace Archbishop John Ha’s comments on the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI:
Pope Benedict XVI’s announcement that he will resign on 28 February 2013 has taken everybody by surprise, but drawn much admiration. It speaks loudly of his faith, humility and love. For the papacy is not so much about an individual as about the Church.
When he was elected Pope on 19 April 2005, he accepted the very important office entrusted to him by the Cardinals with great faith in God and love for the Church. He obeyed in faith and love. He carried out his Petrine ministry with total dedication. Now that he is enfeebled by his age, he very humbly acknowledges that the strength of mind and body so necessary to proclaim the Gospel has deteriorated in him. Again for the love of the Church he has decided to step down – undoubtedly after much thought and prayer.
Pope Benedict XVI’s courage shone out in his acceptance of the Petrine Office at the age of 78 and now shines out again in his decision to step down due to deterioration caused by age. We thank him for his love for the Church and the faithful ministry he has exercised for the benefit of all – the Church and beyond. We pray God to continue to bless him as he “devotedly serves the Holy Church of God in the future through a life dedicated to prayer”.
Archbishop John Ha
News: Pope Benedict XVI announces his resignation on 28 February