Radio broadcast – Full episode (January 2, 2021)


Date: 2021-01-02
Topics: Life
Languages: Cantonese

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“Music of the Heart” A New Day – Jay Fung : In this episode, we will share a song sung by Jay Fung. Have you ever watched a sunrise? Sunrise is full of hope and energy. In this new year, let’s keep hopeful and have faith, and create a better future.
“Spiritual Talk” – The Feast of Epiphany – Fr. Anthony Ho
“Ask Fr. Francis” – Why do we need to pray? And do praying really help us?
“Edwin’s Blog” – January 2, 2021



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"Music of the Heart" A New Day - Jay Fung

Topics: Life
Audio Segment Types: Music of the Heart
Languages: Cantonese

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In this episode, we will share a song sung by Jay Fung. Have you ever watched a sunrise? Sunrise is full of hope and energy. In this new year, let's keep hopeful and have faith, and create a better future.


"Spiritual Talk" - The Feast of Epiphany - Fr. Anthony Ho

Audio Segment Types: Spiritual Talk
Languages: Cantonese

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This weekend, the Church celebrates the Feast of Epiphany to commemorate Jesus revealing Himself to three groups of people: firstly, to the Gentiles when He accepted the gifts of the Three Magi from the East; secondly, to the Jews when He was baptized by John the Baptist; and thirdly, to His Apostles when He turned water into wine in the wedding at Cana. The first reading from the Book of Isaiah speaks of the glory of God while the second reading from the Letter to the Ephesians teaches that the Gentiles have also been called. The gifts of the three Magi have significance: gold represents Christ's kingship, frankincense represents His divinity, while myrrh represents His humanity. We can also offer up our meritorious works as spiritual gold, our prayers as frankincense, and our mortifications as myrrh. The Church has a tradition of inviting the laity to offer up the bread and wine at the Offertory. The bread can represent all we have in our lives, while the wine can represent the needs of others. The perfect sacrifice of the Mass not only benefits Catholics, but also blesses the entire world, for the fruits of Christ's sacrifice on the Cross are distributed to all lands and times through the Mass. During this pandemic, the faithful will certainly receive the graces of the Mass if they sincerely thirst to receive the Eucharist and unite themselves spiritually to the Mass.

Tags: Epiphany


"Ask Fr. Francis" - Why do we need to pray? And do praying really help us?

Audio Segment Types: Ask Fr. Francis
Languages: Cantonese

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"Edwin's Blog" - January 2, 2021

Audio Segment Types: Edwin's Blog
Languages: Cantonese

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