Audio Segments
 

 
Music of the Heart – Happiness that you couldn’t buy

This episode of Music of the Heart will share a song by Phil Lam about moving. Are we clinging to too many possessions? Do you realize that we often find true happiness living a simplistic life with minimal material attachments?
Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 17


 
Fr. Ho talks about the Apostles’ Creed

The Catholic Church has two main creeds: the longer Nicene Creed and the shorter Apostles' Creed. The Apostles' Creed mentions "the communion of saints", which refers to how the Church is the mystical Body of Christ, whose life is the Spirit, flowing like blood and enabling the baptized to help each other. The members of this Body also include the saints in heaven too, who care for and pray for us. We can also pray for the souls in Purgatory and help them enter Heaven earlier. Our communion with other humans reflects the communion enjoyed by the Three Persons of the Trinity. Traditionally, the Church comprises of three parts: the souls in Heaven, known as the Church Triumphant; the souls in Purgatory, known as the Church Suffering; and the souls on Earth, known as the Church Militant. Furthermore, there are three categories of saints: Biblical, Traditional, and Ecclesiastical saints.
Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 17


 
Love and Life – Cold Knowledge (16)

Question: Have we done any Facebook live of our L&L program?
Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 17


 
Happy Life – Strategies for Mid-life

If life were a business, when we are entering mid-life, what should be our managing strategy? what should we plan and prepare?
Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 10


 
Fr. Ho talks about the third mark of the Church – Catholicity

The third mark of the Church is its catholicity, a term that means "universal". Since the Catholic Church must endure until the end of the ages and proclaim the Gospel to all nations, the Church welcomes everyone, whether poor or rich, educated or uneducated, people from different ethnicities. As a result, the Catholic Church translates catechism texts in different languages and sends missionaries around the world. In the past, agricultural societies were largely illiterate, so old European churches are filled with stained glass instead. The fourth mark is its apostolicity; the priests and bishops of the Church are consecrated by preceding bishops. And if we read the Church fathers, people are often surprised to find that the early Church worshipped much in the same way as the Catholic Church today.
Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 10


 
Love and Life – Cold Knowledge (15)

Is there a mascot for L&L?
Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 10


 
【Edwin’s blog】August 10, 2019

Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 10


 
【Ask Fr. Francis】Hypocrisy

Fr. Francis will address questions about hypocrisy. Do we fall under the trap of hypocrisy when we are helping other people?
Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 3


 
【Spiritual Talk】 Fr. Ho talks about the four marks of the Catholic Church

The Church is “one, holy, catholic, and apostolic” – these are her four marks. She is one because she is led by the same Pope, believes in the same doctrine, and celebrates the same Sacraments. She is holy because her founder is Christ and her Pope is Christ’s Vicar on earth, teaches doctrine to sanctify people, and provides the means for people to become saints. The Church is, in a sense, a hospital: we are patients who can get better if we obediently listen to the doctors’ advice. But no one can force us – we have the freedom to disobey and hamper our recovery. In the Church, we see many faithful who have refused to live like Christ but also many who have, the saints. These lives of faithful witness show in a visible way the holiness of the Church.
Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 3


 
Love and Life – Cold Knowledge (14)

Question: How to subscribe to Newspiration?
Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 3


 
Edwin’s blog – August 3, 2019

Publish date: 2019 - 8 - 3


 
Life Lounge – Dream Achievers

We will interview Anna Wang who will share with us the touching stories of how these 3 youths come together to form Dream Achievers.
Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 27


 
Spiritual Talk – Fr. Ho talks about the infallible of Bible and Church teaching

The writers of the Bible could not write errors into the Bible because they wrote under the inspiration of God. But outside of writing the Bible, the writers could sin, make mistakes, even write errors. The Popes are the same – there were many saintly Popes and many criminal Popes. But in deciding matters of faith and reason, God guarantees that they will not err. The teachings of Christ are transmitted to us through the written Scriptures and the oral Tradition. The Church also teaches through the Magisterium: the Pope with his bishops make a final decision in cases of disagreement on faith and morals. These infallible decisions must have four conditions: (1) it must be related to faith or morals, (2) the Pope must proclaim it in his capacity as Pope, (3) it must be proclaimed to the entire Church, and (4) the Pope must make his intention clear. The infallibility of the Pope is not to make his person infallible but is meant to help him serve the Church and preserve the true faith.
Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 27


 
Love and Life – Cold Knowledge (13)

Question: Other than from www.fll.cc, how to listen to playback of L&L program?
Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 27


 
Edwin’s blog – July 27, 2019

Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 27


 
【Music of the Heart】 Sammi Cheng – This is how we grow up

This episode of Music of the Heart will share a song by Sammi Cheng about growing up. Everyone will experience ups and downs as they grow up, but can we understand some new insights to continue our lives?
Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 20


 
Spiritual Talk – Fr. Ho talks about the three defining characteristics of Catholic Church

The Catholic Church has three defining characteristics: authority, infallibility, and indefeasibility. Since she continues Christ's mission as prophet, priest, and king, she inherits His authority to preach, serve the Sacraments, and set moral laws. Just as countries have the authority to set secular laws to maintain the peace and enforce them with police, the Church sets spiritual laws for the salvation of souls and enforces them with the force of personal conscience. The Church has different kinds of laws: canon law is promulgated by the Pope himself, while diocesan law by the local bishop. The Church's infallibility does not mean the Pope cannot err in all things, but that his teaching on faith and morals will always be correct. Throughout history, countries and ideologies have risen and fallen, but Jesus promised that the demonic powers would never defeat the Church - she alone will endure until the end of time. In her first century, the Church suffered external persecutions, then she suffered internal heresies, but she has always endured through the help of saints who encouraged people to stay close to God.
Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 20


 
Love and Life – Cold Knowledge (12)

Question: Where did you find the songs played in our program?
Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 20


 
Edwin’s blog – July 20, 2019

Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 20


 
Love and Life Behind the Scenes (6)

This episode will introduce to you our Vancouver production team.
Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 13


 
Spiritual Talk – Fr Ho talks about the Pentecost

On the fiftieth day after Easter, we celebrate Pentecost, the day the Holy Spirit descended and the birthday of the Church. The Church is the body of Christ, with the Virgin Mary as the neck, connecting us to the head of Christ, and the Holy Spirit as the soul. The Church continues the work of Christ on earth, bringing people to eternal life in heaven. Christ had a threefold mission: as prophet, priest, and king. The Church prophesizes by teaching the Gospel to all nations, acts as priest by offering up worship and sanctifies the people through the Sacraments, and leads people to do good and avoid evil.
Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 13


 
Love and Life – Cold Knowledge (11)

Question: Why our radio program is named "Love and Life"?
Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 13


 
Edwin’s blog – July 13, 2019

Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 13


 
Ask Fr. Francis – Are there different classes of angels? Why the narrative on the birth of Jesus differs among the gospel of Matthew and Luke?

Fr. Francis will address questions about angels and the synoptic gospel?
Publish date: 2019 - 7 - 6