Goodbye Fr Phillips Muthu

Posted on the September 13th, 2016 No Comments

Saying goodbye is never easy when you know that you will not be seeing the person for some time, especially when the separation is caused by death. There are no words that can fully express the sense of loss and grief but perhaps it is silence and the tears that makes up for the unspoken [...]

Sowing the Seeds of Change for a Vision of Hope

Posted on the August 31st, 2016 No Comments

I spent most of my growing up years in a two-street town outside Kuala Lumpur and the only form of industry that was worth mentioning and acknowledged by people as providing employment to most of the people in town was the large cement factory that had existed for many years. Today when I visit that [...]

Take and Read!

Posted on the July 18th, 2016 No Comments

Catholics have often been the brunt of jokes when it comes to the Bible. We’re often perceived as having pristine new Bibles still unwrapped and lying untouched in our cabinets. We consider it ‘sacrilegious’ to ‘blemish’ the Bible by underlining or highlighting the verses. We’re unable to match the ability of our Christian brethren in [...]