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Cook with God – Melaleuca cake

Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 16


 
「Edwin’s blog」May 16, 2020

Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 16


 
「Spiritual Talk」Fifth Sunday of Easter – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend is the Fifth Sunday of Easter and the Gospels retell Jesus telling His disciples at the Last Supper, "Do not be troubled." Although Jesus was about to die, He still desired them to trust in Him, the absolutely trustworthy Son of God. Jesus also told them He would go to the Father's home to prepare rooms for them and one day bring them to the glory of the Father. All earthly temples are merely reflections of the Presence of God, but Jesus transformed His Body into the new Temple after His Resurrection, the only path to God. His disciples originally did not understand this, so Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life." Unless we live by Jesus' teachings, we cannot reach the Father; unless we enter into the Word made flesh, we cannot understand the teachings of God; and unless we are led to the Kingdom of Heaven by Jesus, we cannot attain new life. Jesus is the narrow gate, the only intercessor between God and man. The Gospel of John 14:1-7 is often used in funeral Masses because it reassures us that Jesus will return to Earth and is even now preparing rooms for us in Heaven, our true home. Moses and Philip yearned to see the Father, but Jesus says that whoever sees Him has already seen the Father. He said that if the apostles followed Him, they would perform even greater deeds than He performed on earth, because He would send them the Holy Spirit and together with His glorified humanity, they would work miracles together to save the world.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 9




 
「Edwin’s blog」May 9, 2020

Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 9


 
「Sound Colour Pilgrimage」Before the trip

Preparing our mind and share about the purpose of the pilgrimage before departing.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 2


 
「Spiritual Talk」Fourth Sunday of Easter – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend is the Fourth Sunday of Easter, also known as Good Shepherd Sunday. The Gospel reading comes from chapter 10 of the Gospel of John, describing Jesus as the good shepherd who enters the sheepfold through the gate, as opposed to the thief and robber who eneter through other ways. The thief and robber enter through violence to benefit from the sheep's misfortune, but the shepherd takes care of the sheep. When Jesus endured His Passion, the people released a robber instead of Him and Jesus hung on the Cross between two robbers, showing how far His way is from the way of violence. Some biblical commentators have explained that the gatekeeper who lets the sheep into the sheepfold is God the Father, who leads the apostles to Christ. Just as the gatekeeper lets the shepherd lead the sheep to the pastures, God the Father sent Jesus to lead all peoples to the pastures of everlasting life. In the previous chapter, chapter 9, Jesus healed a blind man persecuted and driven from the synagogue by the Pharisees. The Pharisees sought to scatter the sheep, whereas Jesus sought to gather them. The good shepherd calls each sheep by its name, just as Jesus called His followers by name, like Peter, Lazarus, and Mary Magdalene. The sheep do not follow strangers, but follow their shepherd faithfully. Jesus is our Good Shepherd and He understands our every need and problem, so we must not only listen to Him by studying the Scriptures and the Church's teachings, but also respond to His voice by imitating His example.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 2


 
Cook with God – crab cake

Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 9


 
「Edwin’s blog」May 2, 2020

Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 2


 
「Return to Galilee」Back to School– Sr. Po Yee Yeung

Sister Po Yee Yeung brings you back to Galilee, following the footsteps of Jesus. In this episode, she will share about her own school experience.
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 25


 
「Spiritual Talk」Third Sunday of Easter – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend is the Third Sunday of Easter and the Gospel reading describes the resurrected Jesus appearing to the two disciples on the road to Emmaus. Jesus explained the Scriptures to them and as night approached, He took bread, blessed it, broke it, and gave it to His disciples, just as He did at the miracle of the five loaves and two fish. That earlier miracle foresaw the institution of the Eucharist on Holy Thursday and now, after Jesus' Resurrection, He again appeared to His disciples in the breaking of the bread to signify the end of His earthly ministry. The two disciples' eyes were opened and they recognized Jesus, just as Adam and Eve's eyes were opened to recognize the evil brought by sin after they ate the forbidden fruit. However, whereas Adam and Eve's sin corrupted our human nature, Jesus the New Adam has elevated our human nature. The liturgy of the Mass has two parts: an initial Liturgy of the Word to listen to the Scriptures and a later Liturgy of the Eucharist to consecrate the Body and Blood of Christ. The Mass has many similarities with the appearance of Christ on the road to Emmaus: He first revealed the Scriptures then blessed and broke the bread. The Liturgies of the Word and the Eucharist mutually aid each other: by listening to the Word of God, we are prepared to receive the Body and Blood of Christ; and by receiving the Eucharist, we are given the grace to understand and live out the Word of God. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot go to church or attend Mass, which causes us much suffering. But we cannot neglect the Word of God--by studying it, we can prepare ourselves to participate once again in the Mass
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 25


 
「Edwin’s blog」April 25, 2020

Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 25


 
「Return to Galilee」 Baptism – Sr. Po Yee Yeung

Sister Po Yee Yeung brings you back to Galilee, following the footsteps of Jesus. In this episode, she will share about her own baptismal experience.
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 18


 
「Spiritual Talk」 Divine Mercy Sunday – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend is Divine Mercy Sunday, the Sunday after Easter. In the 1930s, Jesus appeared to St. Faustina and asked the Church to dedicate this day to His Divine Mercy. The Divine Mercy image is very beautiful, with Jesus wearing a white robe and two rays of light--one red and one white--emanating from His heart, representing the blood and water that poured from His side on the Cross, and at the bottom are written these words: "Jesus, I trust in you." After Jesus rose from the dead, He appeared to His disciples, but St. Thomas was not present so he refused to believe in Jesus' Resurrection until he could see Jesus, thus receiving Jesus' disapproval. From this, we can see that the Apostles were human too and had human weaknesses despite representing God. Our superiors in the Church are also human and have human weaknesses, but under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, they represent God. Whenever the Church promulgates infallible teachings, it is not merely the decision of fallible humans, but also done under the guidance of God. After Jesus appeared to the Apostles, He breathed on them and gave them the power to forgive sins, instituting the Sacrament of Reconciliation. After St. Thomas saw Jesus, he believed in His Resurrection and cried, "My Lord and my God!" In the Mass, when the Blessed Eucharist is raised after consecration, there is a tradition for the faithful to pray silently, "My Lord and my God!", and when the Chalice is raised after the consecration of the Blood, "My Jesus, mercy." We believe in the mercy of God through faith, and then participate in the Mass.
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 18


 
「Edwin’s blog」April 18, 2020

Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 18


 
「Return to Galilee」Down Memory Lane – Sr. Po Yee Yeung

Sister Po Yee Yeung brings you back to Galilee, following the footsteps of Jesus. In this episode, she will explain the meaning behind the name of this segment.
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 11


 
「Spiritual Talk」Easter Sunday – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend, the Church solemnly celebrates the Resurrection of Christ, Easter. At the Saturday Vigil, catechumens will be baptized and join the Catholic Church. Unless Jesus truly rose from the dead, the Gospel would have no meaning. This is why the author of the Gospel of Matthew takes pains to show the reader that Jesus truly rose from the dead. The teachings of Jesus derive their meaning from the Resurrection and because of this, Easter is the most important day of the liturgical year. Jesus's Resurrection is not merely a raising from the dead like that experienced by Lazarus, the son of the widow, and Jairus' daughter, because they still died after being raised but Jesus' body was transformed until His glorified body and will never die. This gives us hope that our bodies will one day be glorified like Jesus'. When Jesus appeared to Mary Magdalene after the Resurrection, he asked her to tell the Apostles that He would meet them in Galilee. Jesus began His ministry in Capernaum in the north of Israel, where the Assyrians exiled the Israelites long ago. Now Jesus wants to meet His disciples there, representing that His Gospel is not merely for the former Kingdom of Judah in the south, but also for the former Kingdom of Israel in the north, and even the Gentile foreigners across the world. One important theme of Easter is light and in the Easter Vigil Mass, there is a custom to light candles in the darkness and to keep an Eastern candle burning throughout the Easter season. Christ gives the light of Easter to all who place their faith in Him.
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 11


 
「Edwin’s blog」April 11, 2020

Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 11


 
「Life Lounge」 Encounter the Lord in the midst of the world

How do we encounter Jesus in our life? Especially in this Holy Week, how do we relate our lives to the death and ressurectin of Christ? Today in our program, Maria will share with us how she encounter our Lord through her artwork and an art exhibit.
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 4


 
「Spiritual Talk」Palm Sunday – Fr. Anthony Ho

This Sunday is Palm Sunday and traditionally, palm branches are blessed before Mass, and the Gospel reading is longer than usual, since it narrates Jesus' Passion story. This year's Gospel reading comes from Matthew 27. Pilate washed his hands in attempt to shift responsibility for condemning Jesus to death, but it was all useless, as we confess everytime we pray the Creed in Mass, Jesus "suffered under Pontius Pilate" - his cowardly compromise will never be forgotten. So whenever Christians try to avoid witnessing to the truth out of fear of suffering, they are just like Pilate. We cannot wash away the judgments of our consciences but must treat our neighbours responsibly. If Christians do not build up a culture of life, the world's culture of death will reign, and there will be more children murdered, poor people exploited, and families ruined. Jesus not only suffers for us, but He also suffers with us. We can unite our sufferings with Christ and offer them up to the Father, helping us atone for our own sins and beg God to show mercy on others.
Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 4


 
「Edwin’s blog」April 4, 2020

Publish date: 2020 - 4 - 4


 
「Theme Park」 What to eat when stay at home

This episode of Theme Park will talk about what to eat when staying at home. We are encouraged to stay at home during the pandemic of Covid-19. What food we should choose to buy when cooking at home?
Publish date: 2020 - 3 - 28


 
「Spiritual Talk」Fifth Sunday of Lent – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend is the Fifth Sunday of Lent; the Gospel comes from John 11:1-45 and talks about Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead in Bethany. Lazarus was the brother of Martha (who busily served Jesus) and Mary (who silently listened to Jesus teach), and was also a good friend of Jesus. He was severely ill one day and when Jesus heard this, He waited two days before departing for Bethany, allowing His friend to suffer first before He raised him from the dead, revealing the mystery of the resurrection before their eyes and proving His identity as the resurrection and the life. We might be surprised to learn that God permitted His good friend to suffer, but God works good from evil, and even permitted His own Son to die so that we might be saved. In the Apostles Creed, we profess "I believe in the resurrection of the body" along with Martha to recognize Christ as the resurrection every Mass. According to St. Thomas, the resurrection strengthens our faith in four ways: (1) it relieves our grief upon the death of our loved ones, because we have hope in their resurrection; (2) it removes our fear of death, because we know a greater life exists afterward; (3) it encourages us to do good in this life, because we know there is an eternal reward after; and (4) it makes us avoid evil, because we know there is an eternal punishment after.
Publish date: 2020 - 3 - 28


 
「Edwin’s blog」March 28, 2020

Publish date: 2020 - 3 - 28