Sunday Reflection

  • Responding to the call of mission

    Jul 01, 2022

    Answering a call to mission is never an easy task. It is likely that when one is called to respond to God’s mission, it fills us with anxiety and worries.

  • In the footsteps of Jesus, the Son of God made Man

    Jun 24, 2022

    Both the first reading (1 Kings 19:16b, 19-21) and Gospel (Luke 9:51-62) of this 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time help us to reflect on the nature and demands of discipleship. Jesus wants to wake us up to this truth that, as disciples, HE is to be the centre of our lives.

  • The living Word becomes the Eucharist

    Jun 17, 2022

    We all know very well that the Eucharist celebration comprises of two major parts, the Liturgy of the Word and Liturgy of the Eucharist.

  • Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

    Jun 10, 2022

    St Augustine once wrote this about the Most Holy Trinity that “in no other subject is error more dangerous, or inquiry more laborious, or the discovery of truth more profitable.”

  • Reject mediocrity, embrace vibrancy

    Jun 03, 2022

    “The Holy Spirit, whom Christ the head pours out on his members, builds, animates, and sanctifies the Church” (CCC, No. 747).

  • Truth waits for us to come forth

    May 20, 2022

    In the context of the whole Easter season, the Scripture readings today come as a review for the final exam, much as a school teacher will conduct a revision before the final exam.

  • Reflecting on our Sunday Readings with Dr Steven Selvaraju

    May 13, 2022

    Reflecting on our Sunday Readings with Dr Steven Selvaraju

  • Freedom from the past strengthens us for mission

    Apr 30, 2022

    Reflecting on our Sunday Readings with Deacon Clement Samuel

  • Mercy is awareness of one’s limitation

    Apr 22, 2022

    Easter is the central celebration of our Christian faith. With the resurrection of Jesus, God’s Kingdom is established on earth.

  • Faith, hope and forgiveness

    Apr 16, 2022

    The Lord has risen from the dead, alleluia! The Gospel for the Mass today does not give us a spectacular description of the Lord’s glorious resurrection but, rather, an ambiguous sign of it.