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“Happy Life” Warm Dad

The airing of the drama " 暖男爸爸 " triggered different responses, covering topics such as widowhood, children facing bereavement... and so on; what can we learn from it?
Publish date: 2021 - 3 - 6




 
“Edwin’s Blog” – March 6, 2021

Publish date: 2021 - 3 - 6


 
“Music of the Heart” Ying Chi Yuet – Ice Field

We often encounter setbacks and unhappiness in life, how can we find positive energy from the adversity and continue to pursue our goals in life? This episode of Music of the Heart, we have Ying Chi Yuet joining us to personally share a song he has written.
Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 27


 
“Spiritual Talk” – St. Joseph as father and protector

This year is the Year of St. Joseph. For many years, I have been saying the following daily consecration prayer to St. Joseph. Dearest St. Joseph, I consecrate myself to your service. I give myself to you, that you may always be my father, my protector, and my guide in the way of salvation. Obtain for me a great purity of heart, a fervent love of the interior life, and the spirit of prayer. After your example may I do all my actions for the greater glory of God, in union with the Divine Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary. And you, blessed St. Joseph, pray for me, that I may share in the peace and joy of your holy death. Amen.
Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 27


 
“Edwin’s Blog” – February 27, 2021

Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 27


 
“Music of the Heart” Ying Chi Yuet – Hardworking Kid

The story of a young Hong Kong singer-songwriter who is very talented, and has worked tirelessly during the pandemic. This episode of Music of the Heart, we have Ying Chi Yuet joining us to personally share a song he has written which tells his own story.
Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 20


 
“Spiritual Talk” – The First Sunday of Lent – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend, the Church celebrates the First Sunday of Lent. In today's Gospel, Jesus goes into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil, showing us that we have yet to enter Heaven and must therefore make sacrifices to conform ourselves to God's grace. During Lent, we traditionally pray, fast, and give alms. Prayer includes meditation, especially on the Passion, and some good prayers are the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Fasting lifts up our thoughts to heavenly subjects and strengthens us to do spiritual works and resist temptation, as well as making reparations for past sins. When we offer up our sufferings to Christ, we grow closer to Him. Some sacrifices are chosen, such as giving up eating candies. But others are not, such as humbly accepting sufferings that God has permitted to happen in our life. Finally, we can help others through almsgiving. If we cannot help through money, action, or verbal encouragement, then we can at least pray for them. This Lent, we ought to diligently pray, fast, and give alms.
Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 20


 
“Edwin’s Blog” – February 20, 2021

Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 20


 
Return to Galilee” A souvenir – 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 a souvenir. If you want to contact Sr. Po Yee, you can email: radio@fll.cc
Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 13




 
“Edwin’s Blog” – February 13, 2021

Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 13


 
“UShine” Born Cat or not?

For people who get baptized at different stages in life, how do they see their experience? How did God call them individually? ️Are there any similarities and differences with your experience of being called?
Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 6


 
“Spiritual Talk” – The Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend, the Church celebrates the Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time. Today's Gospel comes from Mark 1:29-39, where we hear what Jesus does in a single day. In the morning, He taught and exorcised demons at the synagogue, in the afternoon He healed Peter's mother-in-law and others at Peter's house, and in the evening, Jesus went off to pray. From this, we can reflect on we arrange time for work and prayer in our daily lives as Jesus had. Although He was extremely busy, He still took the time to pray, showing us how important prayer is. A saint once said, "The one who preserves order will be preserved by order." We need a schedule to order our time, so that we will cherish it and not waste it. We must arrange regular times to work, rest, and pray to yield good fruit and make the glory of God and the salvation of souls the core motivation of our lives. The Virgin Mary once appeared to two children in France, telling them to pray the Lord's Prayer and the Hail Mary once every morning and evening. If they had more time, they ought to pray more. Lately, many of us are unable to receive the Eucharist, but we ought to use this opportunity to know God's Word better. There is an app called iBreviary which provides the morning and evening prayers and daily readings for Lectio Divina. This can help us increase our discipline for prayer and reading. We ought to imitate Christ and set regular times for work and prayer, so that we can improve our communication skills and increase our friendship with God.
Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 6


 
“Edwin’s Blog” – February 6, 2021

Publish date: 2021 - 2 - 6


 
“Music of the Heart” Meet Again by Eman Lam

In this episode, we will share a song sung by Eman Lam. We should treasure the present moment. If we can hug and care for someone, do not hesitate or wait. Also we should not waste our time, we should prepare ourselves for our eternal life.
Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 30


 
“Spiritual Talk” – The Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend, the Church celebrates the Fourth Sunday of Ordinary Time. Today's Gospel comes from Mark 1:21-28, where Jesus drives out devils to save us from their jealous temptations with the help of His angels. Temptation can come from three spiritual enemies: the flesh, the world, and the devil. If the temptation arrives suddenly and intensely, it could possibly come from a devil. The saints advise three ways to combat temptation. Firstly, we ought to humbly ask God, His angels, and His saints in prayer for supernatural help, especially St. Michael and St. Joseph, of whom the devils are particularly afraid. Secondly, we ought to faithfully receive the Sacraments and use sacramentals, such as the Sign of the Cross, Holy Cards, and Holy Water. Thirdly, we ought to view devils with condescension in order to attack their pride. St. Teresa of Avila once said that devils are just like tied-up dogs. No matter how much they bark, they cannot bite us unless we are lured by fear to approach close enough. St. John Bosco once learned in a dream what devils are most afraid of: the intention of a believer after Confesion and reverence for the Virgin Mary. We ought to follow the good advice of the saints and combat the temptations of the devil.
Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 30


 
“Edwin’s Blog” – January 30, 2021

Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 30


 
“Return to Galilee” One Eucharist experience – 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 one incident when she was receiving the Holy Communion. If you want to contact Sr. Po Yee, you can email: radio@fll.cc
Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 23


 
“Spiritual Talk” – The Third Sunday of Ordinary Time – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend, the Church celebrates the Third Sunday of Ordinary Time. Today's Gospel comes from Mark 1:14-20, where Jesus announces the coming of the Kingdom of Heaven and calls for repentance and belief in the Gospel. The Apostles quickly gave up everything to follow Jesus, like Peter and Andrew who gave up their fishing nets, James and John who left their father. Perhaps the things we leave may differ but what is important is that we abandon those obstacles on our way to follow God's will, and use them instead to serve Him. January 18 to 25 is the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, while January 24 is the Feast of St. Francis de Sales. This saint's mission was simple: to bring those Catholics who had left the Church back home. He laboured in a French village for three years without producing a single convert. Nonetheless, he laboured on and, thinking that the villagers might not have heard his preaching, decided to slip in his pamphlets under their doors. He used his warmth and generosity to win souls. If the adults were unwilling to listen, he would play with their children. Once their parents saw how loving he was up close, their prejudices would disappear. After he left the village, forty thousand people converted to the Catholic faith. During this Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, we ought to pray for non-Catholic Christians to strengthen our mutual understanding and spread Christian values across the world. If we imitate St. Francis, we must use both words and actions to open people's hearts.
Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 23


 
“Edwin’s Blog” – January 23, 2021

Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 23


 
“Happy Life” How to cope with the pandemic

How can we take care of our soul and mood, so we can cope with this pandemic.
Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 16


 
“Spiritual Talk” – The Second Sunday of Ordinary Time – Fr. Anthony Ho

This weekend, the Church celebrates the Second Sunday of Ordinary Time. Today's Gospel comes from John 1:35-42, where Jesus calls the first disciples. Originally, John and Andrew were disciples of John the Baptist but they followed Jesus after the Baptist told them to. On approaching Jesus, He asked them, "What are you looking for?" Some approach Jesus out of habit, curiosity, or family tradition, but the proper reason is this: only He can give us true love and eternal life. St. Augustine lived a life of debauchery in his youth but later realized that our hearts are made for God, and unless they rest in Him, they cannot find rest. The disciples asked Jesus where He lived, only to be told to follow Him. Perhaps they had other plans that day but they decided to stay with Jesus until sunset. If we want to truly follow Jesus, we mustn't force Him into our schedules but must break them to give Him control over our time and lives. Before we follow Jesus, our lives are like sitting in the driver's seat but once we follow Him, we must switch places and let Him decide where to go. Although Andrew had yet to learn that Jesus was the Son of God, he still shared what had happened with his brother Peter. When we share the Gospel, we do not need a theology degree. Oftentimes, people are converted not by theological arguments, but by the good example and words of their friends and family. We ought to ask ourselves whether we are following Jesus for the right reasons and taking the time to grow closer to God in prayer every day.
Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 16


 
“Edwin’s Blog” – January 16, 2021

Publish date: 2021 - 1 - 16