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Brother Lucas Ho 2: Life at Taizé

During World War II, a young man started providing shelter for Jews in Taizé, a village in Southern France. The group slowly evolved into a religious community. Today, the Taizé community consists of more than a hundred brothers. People from all over the world also visit Taizé to experience the simple and prayerful way of life. Fountain of Grace invited Br. Lucas Ho, who lives a religious life in Taizé, to share with us the life at Taizé.
Publish date: 2021 - 5 - 8


 
A Place to Call Home

As life expectancy continues to grow, the elderly population also grows rapidly. How can we help the elderly live comfortable and fulfilling lives? Fountain of Grace will visit a nursing home run by the Chinese Dominican Sisters in Pingtung County, Taiwan, and find out how they create a "home" for the seniors.
Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 20


 
Be Not Afraid: FLL 15th Anniversary Special (2)

2020 marks the 15th anniversary of FLL, which should have been a year full of celebrations. The COVID-19 pandemic changed everything. In the midst of the pandemic, how did FLL continue to fulfil its mission to evangelize?
Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 13


 
From the Ground Up: FLL 15th Anniversary Special (1)

April 2, 2005 was the day when the late Pope St. John Paul II departed the world for his eternal rewards. This was also a day of special significance for Fountain of Love and Life. The famous quote from the saint: "Be not afraid!" has since been sustaining FLL through all the trials and challenges to this day.
Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 6


 
Sharing Our Talents

Because of a dream, Hau Ming Yeung and his wife Cammy Leung decided to give up their careers and fully immerse themselves in faith formation of the Catholic laity. They founded "Living Faith Society" and "Talentum Bookshop", hoping to touch more Catholics and inspire them to evangelize and serve the Church through these two organizations.
Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 30


 
Taizé – An Experience of Communion

Taizé is a form of prayer that includes short hymns, silence and reflection. It is also a religious community that had evolved from a place of refuge during World War II. Every year, thousands of young people descend upon this little town in southern France to pray and have retreat there, and Taizé prayer has become a popular form of prayer all over the world.
Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 9


 
Small Town, Big Mission: Everyone is Missionary

What does the word "missionary" call to mind? In the 21st century, how do missionaries live their lives? Missionaries from four Catholic churches in Macau share with you their stories.
Publish date: 2020 - 9 - 5


 
Pope Francis: Solidarity is the road to take towards the healing of our interpersonal and social sicknesses

(Vatican News) Pope Francis continued his catechesis series on the topic “Healing the world”, at the weekly General Audience.
Publish date: 2020 - 9 - 2


 
The Colours of Martyrdom

As part of its 30th-anniversary celebration, the Chinese Martyrs Catholic Church held a joint exhibition featuring faith-inspired artworks of different genres. They also invited Jackie Lau, a Catholic artist from Hong Kong, to paint a series of portraits of Chinese martyrs. Fountain of Grace takes a look at this unique art exhibition.
Publish date: 2020 - 7 - 11


 
Fr. Thomas Kwan : Building Heaven on Earth

Fr. Thomas Kwan has been ordained as a priest for 45 years. He has many different responsibilities over the years, including education, marriage counselling, supporting lay ministries. For everything that he does, he does it with one goal in mind: to build heaven on earth.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 30


 
Called to Peru: Sr. Jessica Wong

Sr. Jessica Wong was born in Hong Kong and grew up in Canada. Nine years ago, she joined the Servants of the Plan of God, a religious community in Peru. What is life like for her in Peru? How does her family see her vocation?
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 25


 
Small Town, Big Mission: Chapel of St. Joseph’s Seminary and St. Lazarus’ Church of Macau

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.
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 18


 
Pioneers of New France

Many consider Canada to be one of the best countries to live in. However, in the 17th century, when Canada was just newly founded, it was considered the country of crosses. Fountain of Grace takes a look at how Blessed Catherine of St. Augustine and St. Francois de Laval sacrificed their comfort and contributed to the well-being of Canadians.
Publish date: 2020 - 1 - 25


 
St. Marguerites and Montreal

Montreal, Canada was very different from what it is now when the city was first founded more than 370 years ago. The cross at Mount Royal reveals the deep Catholic roots of this city. Fountain of Grace takes a look at how two saints, both named Marguerite - St. Marguerite Bourgeoys and St. Marguerite d'Youville - contributed to the early developments of Montreal.
Publish date: 2019 - 11 - 2


 
Defenders of Human Dignity: St. Martin de Porres Hospital and Sisters of Our Lady of China Foundation

Since 1950s, the Sisters of Our Lady of China have been responding to needs of the society. Started by founding clinics to building a hospital, they ultimate set up a foundation that serve different people. They even introduced mobile bathing vans to Taiwan to provide bathing care for bedridden patients. Fountain of Grace takes you to Taiwan to see how the sisters work tirelessly to uphold the dignity of human lives.
Publish date: 2019 - 10 - 19


 
Two Heroes of Macau – Frs. Caetano Nicosia and Luis Ruiz

In the mid-20th century, two European missionaries went to Macau to serve the poorest of the poor. They were Fr. Luis Ruiz, who was regarded as the Father of the Poor in Macau; and Fr. Caetano Nicosia, who was termed the Angel of the Lepers. How did they dedicate their whole lives to rewrite the stories of the lives of the marginalized in Macau and in Mainland China?
Publish date: 2019 - 9 - 28


 
Fellowship through the Bible

Among the ministries of the Chinese Catholic community in San Francisco is a long-running Bible study group. What moviates the group to study the Bible together? What have they gained from the Bible?
Publish date: 2019 - 9 - 21


 
Pope Francis : slander is a ‘diabolical cancer’

Pope Francis said Wednesday that slander is a 'diabolical cancer' that seriously damages the Church.
Publish date: 2019 - 9 - 25


 
A Burning Heart for Souls: St. Francis Xavier

In January 2018, a precious relic of St. Francis Xavier - his right forearm which he used to baptize more than 100,000 people - was on tour across Canada. One of the churches even attracted 13,000 people to venerate the relic in one day. Fountain of Grace takes a look at the life of St. Francis Xavier, as well as Catholic Christian Outreach - the group of modern missionaries that organized the relic pilgrimage.
Publish date: 2019 - 9 - 7


 
Pope Francis: Being members of the body of Christ makes believers co-responsible for each other

(CNA) Pope Francis decried hypocrisy and self-interest Wednesday, saying that Christian community should always be characterized by generosity and solidarity.
Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 21


 
Pope Francis: There is no room for selfishness in the Christian life

(CNA) Pope Francis said Wednesday that there is no room for selfishness in the Christian life, pointing to the example of the lives of the early Christians in the Acts of the Apostles.
Publish date: 2019 - 6 - 26


 
Joyful Servant of the Poor: Fr. Ho Lung

Fr. Richard Ho Lung is a Chinese priest from Jamaica. He is the first Chinese to have founded a religious order. More than three decades ago, together with two other priests who shared his vision, he started living among the poor, ministering to them. Fountain of Grace invited him to share how he founded the Missionaries of the Poor, as well as his spiritual journey of serving the poor.
Publish date: 2018 - 11 - 10


 
A Century of Grace

It takes decades for an oak tree to mature. It also takes decades for a community to mature and contribute to the society. Fountain of Grace takes a look at how the Montreal Chinese Catholic Mission faced different challenges over the past century, and responded to the needs in the society.
Publish date: 2018 - 10 - 20


 
Tracing the Roots

Montreal Chinese Catholic School was founded in 1957. Among Chinese schools in Montreal, it has the longest history. Montreal Chinese Catholic Mission, the church which runs the school, celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2017. Fountain of Grace takes a look at how this church witnessed the change of the lives of Chinese in Montreal over the past century.
Publish date: 2018 - 10 - 13