Pope: Let us not forget those who are suffering in Syria, Iraq and Venezuela; let us pray for them

Monday March 2nd 2015
Terrible "news continue to come out of Syria and Iraq, about acts of violence, abduction and harassment against Christians and other groups.

Pope at Angelus: The path of Jesus always brings us to happiness

Monday March 2nd 2015
Even if we face trials, if we follow the way of Jesus, we will find happiness. With this message, Pope Francis addressed the faithful gathered in a sunny St. Peter's Square on the Second Sunday of Lent.

Pope puts family at the center of social justice

Monday March 2nd 2015
In an audience with the Confederazione Cooperative Italiane (confederation of Italian co-operatives) Pope Francis called for the “globalization of solidarity” which places the dignity of persons and families at the center of social justice.

The Pope who became a pilgrim: Benedict's resignation remembered

Monday March 2nd 2015
Two years after his historic resignation from the papacy, Benedict XVI's presence continues to be felt by those around him as he keeps his promise to remain in quiet and prayerful service to the Church and the world.

Why this priest has spent 50 years fighting with the New York Times

Monday March 2nd 2015
A lot has changed in journalism since 1961, but not Msgr. Daniel S. Hamilton’s resolve to rebut the New York Times on its editorial opinions regarding matters of faith and morals.

Fr Pillai celebrates 25 years as a priest

Twenty- five years ago, on Feb 14, 1990 in Ipoh, a young Anthony Pillai was ordained a priest at Our Lady of Lourdes Church.

Many throng Klang for Our Lady’s feast

Many came to the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes (OLL) from Feb 5 to Feb 15 for her feast.

The sick must thank God, their caregivers

The parish of Our Lady of Lourdes marked its feastday with a Eucharistic celebration on the evening of Feb 11, participated by p....

MCCBHST cries foul for free Qurans

The Islamic Information and Services Foundation has indicated that they will translate and produce one million copies of the Qura....

Many throng Klang for Our Lady’s feast

Many came to the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes (OLL) from Feb 5 to Feb 15 for her feast.

Regional Migrant Ministers Retreat in Penang

Stella Maris Retreat Centre was the venue for a retreat organised by the Episcopal Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants a....

The liturgical vestments the priest wears

The cincture is a long, thick cord with tassels at the ends which secures the alb around the waist. It may be white or may be the....

Msgr Daniel Lim — Celebrating 50 years in the Lord’s vineyard

February 2 this year held special meaning for Msgr Daniel Lim as he celebrated his Sacerdotal Golden Jubilee with a Thanksgiving ....

Why this priest has spent 50 years fighting with the New York Times

A lot has changed in journalism since 1961, but not Msgr. Daniel S. Hamilton’s resolve to rebut the New York Times on its editorial opinions regard....

The war in Ukraine: A failure to evangelize?

Conflict in eastern Ukraine which began in April 2014 has pitted the country's government against separatists widely believed to be backed by Russia,....

New religious freedom official: The time for action is now

The new U.S. religious freedom ambassador wasted no time emphasizing the urgency of his mission as he was sworn in on Feb. 20.

For Coptic Christians, threat of martyrdom is part of daily life

The brutal murder of 21 Coptic Christians in Libya at the hands of ISIS last week is shining a light on the reality faced by many of Egypt’s Christ....
Terrible "news continue to come out of Syria and Iraq, about acts of violence, abduction and harassment against Christians and other groups.
Even if we face trials, if we follow the way of Jesus, we will find happiness. With this message, Pope Francis addressed the faithful gathered in a sunny St. Peter's Square on the Second Sunday of Lent.
In an audience with the Confederazione Cooperative Italiane (confederation of Italian co-operatives) Pope Francis called for the “globalization of solidarity” which places the dignity of persons and families at the center of social justice.
Two years after his historic resignation from the papacy, Benedict XVI's presence continues to be felt by those around him as he keeps his promise to remain in quiet and prayerful service to the Church and the world.
The purpose of Mai Am Thien An, a home for disabled children established in 1999 in Ho Chi Minh City (southern Vietnam), is to provide them, especially if they are blind, with the best conditions to attend school, develop their potential, learn the ....
Pope Francis offered his Tuesday morning Mass for the repose of the souls of the 21 Egyptian Christians killed by ISIS militants, praying that man learn to reject his evil temptations, and choose what is good.
The ongoing crisis in Ukraine was among the topics covered by Pope Francis and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in their Feb. 21 meeting at the Vatican.
Numerous groups and individuals today are challenging us with regard to our relationship to mother-earth.
While Malaysia is reeling from international criticism over the jailing of Anwar Ibrahim once again, I took time out to visit St Joseph’s School in Johor Bahru for the school’s 60th anniversary celebration on Valentine’s Day.
About ten years ago, a small group of Christians in Penang gathered at the Stella Maris retreat centre in Penang for a special memorial Mass in Penang to mark the 25th annivesary of the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero of San Salvador.
Madeleine Whitby knows exactly how lucky she is.
When she was a young girl, Logan Crotty dreamed of becoming a Catholic priest.
On Sunday, 8th February 2015, as they celebrated the feast of St Josefina Bakhita, the Sabah Good Shepherd Welfare Centre also organized a World Day of Prayer against modern slavery at St Mary’s Youth Hostel.
Poverty is the biggest enemy of Zimbabwean Churches, says Father Felix Tachiona Mukaro. Do you agree?
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Food For Thought

In November 2013, Pope Francis faced one of his usual large crowds gathered to listen to his Angelus message in St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican.

Sunday Reflections

Today’s readings present us with several figures from the Jewish tradition. In the first reading we come upon Abraham, the Father of Faith and his son Isaac.