Youth

  • We want Church truth on marriage, young Catholics say

    Oct 06, 2014

    It always bothered Grace Raun when she heard her college classmates saying “nobody waits anymore” for marriage, because she knew it wasn’t true.

  • Nun who won Italy’s The Voice records first album

    Oct 01, 2014

    Universal has released a promotional video for the first album by Sister Cristina Scuccia, the Ursuline nun who won first place on last season’s The Voice Italy.

  • Visually impaired perform for elderly residents of home

    Oct 01, 2014

    Sixteen visually impaired people from a Catholic music centre performed on September 6 for the elderly residents at St Theresa’s Home in Singapore.

  • ‘Pope’s mailmen’ deliver dreams of 70,000 students to the Vatican

    Oct 01, 2014

    Nicknamed “the Pope’s mailmen,” a group of five Argentinean fathers traveled on bicycle from Buenos Aires to the Vatican to deliver letters from 70,000 students to the Holy Father.

  • Called, Chosen, Sent

    Oct 01, 2014

    After the successful Youth Camp Series which was held in collaboration with the 2014 Sunday School Team, Corpus Christi Church once again organized Youth Camp Series from Sept 12-14 at the Brothers Bangalow, Pantai Puteri, Melaka.

  • Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival

    Oct 01, 2014

    In tandem with Pope Francis’ exhortation — The Joy of the Gospel and its mention that the Catholic Church does not destroy cultures, the Church of the Assumption took the initiative to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival amidst parishioners of all races, to give thanks to the Lord for the harvest He provides for us daily.

  • Slain activist’s son vows to press on

    Oct 01, 2014

    The son of slain tribal leader and environmental champion Fausto Orasan said Wednesday that he will take up the mantle following his father’s assassination on Sept 13.

  • Future depends on encounter between young and old

    Oct 01, 2014

    There is no future without the encounter between generations, Pope Francis said – addressing the tens of thousands of grandparents and elderly men and women gathered for Mass in Saint Peter's Square.

  • Malaysia convicts student activist in sedition clampdown

    Sep 25, 2014

    A Malaysian court convicted a prominent student activist of sedition Friday, and sentenced him to a year in prison in a ruling swiftly denounced by rights groups as part of a "sustained assault" by the government on free expression.

  • Good Shepherd youths serve Blessing of Hope

    Sep 25, 2014

    “For it is in giving that we receive.”