"Fountain of Grace" Upcoming TV Program

Air date: February 16/17, 2019
Brief description: Costantinian is a Chinese Bimonthly Magazine dedicated in evangelization of the Catholic faith. With its limited resources, how was it possible to maintain its demand and popularity over 60 years? Fountain of Grace interviewed some of their core members.
Radio Veritas Asia has been a shortwave broadcaster for decades, producing programs in 15 languages daily. Since 1969, they have started producing programs in Chinese. How do they keep up with the times and spread the Catholic faith?

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A Guide to a Happy Marriage 2 Brief description: When two people from different backgrounds come together to form a new family, it is crucial that they establish mutual trust. Sr. Cecilia Hong, an experienced marriage and family counsellor, shares with us communication techniques that enhance marriage relationships.

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Sr. Cecilia Hong originally dedicated herself to the education field. Later on she shifted her focus to marriage and family counselling. What caused her to make this move? Fountain of Grace invited Sr. Cecilia Hong from the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception to share with us how marriage preparation helps the engaged to build the foundation to a happy marriage.
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Originally a Toronto-based physician, Jacqueline was drawn closer to God through Opus Dei. As a response to God's calling, Jacqueline set aside her medical profession and went to Rome in order to pursue a degree in theology.
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Jan 19, 2019
Depression is a common mental disorder. Many people fall into depression without being aware of it. Stanley was no exception. Through an unexpected encounter with God, he found a way out of depression. Stanley shares with us his journey of recovery.
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Jan 12, 2019
Similar to the Ruins of St. Paul's, the Chapel of St. Joseph's Seminary has been a cradle of missionary formation for over two centuries. St. Lazarus' Church, nicknamed Lepers Temple, used to be the chapel of a lepers' hospice, which developed into a community of Chinese Catholics that put faith and love into practice. Both churches give rise to numerous true stories of evangelization and charity work, reflecting the spectrum of Catholicism from contemplation to action, knowledge to charity.
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Jan 05, 2019
When it comes to prayers, many people tend to think of rote prayers. But many aspects in our lives can also be tied to prayers. Fountain of Grace invites Br. William Ng, OFM to share with us the Franciscan tradition of prayer, as well as how he integrates prayers with his daily life.
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Dec 29, 2018
Br. William Ng, OFM grew up in a Protestant family. He came into contact with the Catholic faith through a chance encounter and eventually joined the Order of Friars Minor. He seeks to live out the values of St. Francis of Assisi, which focus on fraternity and the minority. Fountain of Grace invites him to share his vocation journey.
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On Christmas cards, the scene of the birth of Jesus is depicted in a peaceful way. What does Bethlehem, the birthplace of Jesus, look like today?
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In Ein Karem, a mountain village on the west of Jerusalem, there is a church dedicated to the visitation to Elizabeth by the Blessed Virgin Mary. What is so significant about their exchange that part of the conversation has become so widely known?
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Fr. Franco Mella, an Italian priest, has been journeying with the most marginalized and vulnerable in Hong Kong. What sustains him in his relentless fight for the persecuted?