Columns

  • Called to be shepherds not hired help

    Apr 19, 2024

    Reflecting on our Sunday Readings with Fr Philip Tay, OCD

  • Parents are the primary catechists

    Apr 19, 2024

    Echoing the Faith - Dr Steven Selvaraju

  • He touched me

    Apr 19, 2024

    “He touched me, oh He touched me, and oh the joy that floods my soul! Something happened and now I know, He touched me and made me whole!”

  • Reach out, connect and maintain relationships

    Apr 19, 2024

    All of us meet different people in our journey of life. They can be school mates, college mates, colleagues, church friends, family members, people in the same interest groups, etc.

  • Go crazy or turn holy

    Apr 19, 2024

    Go crazy or get holy! Richard Rohr offers us a third option, get bitter. He submits that once we get to a certain age, we have only three options left open to us: We can become a pathetic old fool; or we can become a bitter old fool; or we can become a holy old fool.

  • Are we living in the freedom and joy of the Resurrection or behind locked doors?

    Apr 04, 2024

    Reflecting on our Sunday Readings with the Editor

  • For the role of women

    Apr 04, 2024

    Pope’s prayer intention for April

  • From crucifixion to resurrection

    Apr 04, 2024

    The kingdom of God which Jesus ushered into the world, is at hand. But, and this is an all important critical “but,” we must repent, and believe in the Gospel.

  • Rediscovering Catholicism

    Apr 04, 2024

    Even on the cross, at the hour of death, Jesus’ last words to different people, focused on relationships — forgiveness, love, ensuring continuity of familial bonds, and mostly very human in nature.

  • Looking through my Father’s eyes

    Apr 04, 2024

    Let us reverse the ways of the world, and let our lives reveal to others the truth of how God our Father sees us, and how we can see others in the same glorious light.