Sunday Reflection

  • 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.

  • Which will emerge – the best or worst in us?

    Apr 08, 2022

    Viktor Frankl, a Jewish psychologist and author of “Man’s Search for Meaning” wrote: We who lived in concentration camps can remember the men who walked through the huts, comforting others, giving away their last piece of bread.

  • Jesus stoops down to raise us up

    Apr 01, 2022

    Jesus has a better way of dealing with sin than condemnation and punishment.

  • What story will you share?

    Mar 25, 2022

    Reflecting on our Sunday Readings with Fr Christopher Wee, SJ

  • Responding to the call of Lent

    Mar 18, 2022

    The readings this Sunday begin with the familiar story of the burning bush; the experience of Moses being called by God, the revelation of God’s name and that God is aware of the peoples’ predicament. The Lord says, ‘Yes, I am well aware of their sufferings.

  • There is no Glory without Suffering

    Mar 11, 2022

    The truth is, we humans do not like or want suffering. We want to escape suffering — be it physical or emotional or financial or any kind of suffering.