22nd Nov 2015
34th Sunday in Ordinary Time
1st Reading: Daniel 7:13-14
2nd Reading: Revelation 1:5-8
Gospel: John 18:33b-37
The gospel message proclaimed throughout the New Testament invites us to live in harmony with the world. This is a challenge to care for the world and be stewards of all that God has given us. Like generations before us, we are entrusted with the care of the earth so that generations to follow may enjoy the same gifts. Sometimes, however, we are absorbed into the ways of the world. When we are of the world, we rely heavily on the power of wealth, beauty, fame, and accumulation of material possessions. We want earthly possessions and carelessly turn our hearts from the responsibilities of stewardship and conservation.
The readings today challenge us to walk away from the world so that we might inherit our share of God’s kingdom. How we live our lives directly reflects our love for God.
All proceeds of this year’s Project G.O.D. (Gift of One Dollar) will go to the building fund for Church of The Transfiguration.
There will be an Advent Fair on Sun 29 Nov from 8.30am to 1pm at the Church Foyer.
You are invited to this fair!
- Registration for K1 Catechism open from 1st to 30th Nov 2015 for children born in 2011. Download registration form here.
- All P6 students returning for Sec 1 Catechism need to re-register.
Please submit registration form after the allocation of Secondary school, but no later than 31 Dec 2015.
- All other returning students need not re-register.
Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a journey to know the Catholic Faith, conducted for all non-Christians and baptised Christians. This programme is suitable for anyone who is searching for God, who is trying to understand the meaning of life, or wanting to know more about the Catholic faith we profess.
New in 2016:
- Every Thursday 7:45pm to 9:45pm at Level 4 Auditorium.
- Baptism: Nov 2016.
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