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Let us give the gift of resurrection to the world!

Let us reach out and become Christ to those who are desolate or feeling helpless, bringing the compassionate presence of the Risen Lord to the world.
Publish date: 2016 - 3 - 27


 
Fear not, be bold, for God is with us!

Luke puts this episode at the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry for a reason. The remarkable contrast between the initial acceptance and admiration and the subsequent rejection of Jesus is signature of His whole ministry.
Publish date: 2016 - 1 - 31


 
Special New Year greeting from FLL

More than marking the beginning of another year, this New Year issue of FLL Newspiration is published to celebrate two special occasions that are of special significance to the FLL ministry. On the Feast of Mary, the Holy Mother of God, we remember with thankful hearts, and resolve to renew, the ministry’s consecration to Mary, […]
Publish date: 2016 - 1 - 1


 
Christmas message from FLL

Dear friends of FLL, Christmas is about God dwelling among us! “Are we worthy to receive Jesus under my roof?” That is the first question that comes to mind. Holy Family has given us a role model to follow as Mary and Joseph prepared themselves to receive Jesus. This Christmas, let us begin with our […]
Publish date: 2015 - 12 - 24


 
Be with me through the storms

As the turmoil, terrors and persecutions of this world continue to haunt us, let us not deviate from His path but stick with this Christ the King who will lead us to the final victory!
Publish date: 2015 - 11 - 22


 
Christian way of tolerance and intolerance…

The mission that Jesus has entrusted to his disciples is to be accomplished in a collective and collaborative way. It must not be privatized or controlled by an elite group of individuals.
Publish date: 2015 - 9 - 27


 
As we offer and lift up to God the little we have and possess, God will multiply and make miracles!

As we put others (community) first, we learn to share the gifts and resources that are entrusted to each one of us (the spirit of stewardship). It will bring about unity and oneness instead of individualism and selfishness.
Publish date: 2015 - 7 - 26


 
Let our tongues be on fire!

Jesus said to the disciples, “Peace be with you, as the Father has sent me, so I send you.” (John 20:21) "Do not be afraid. Go on speaking, and do not be silent, for I am with you.” (Acts 18:9-10)
Publish date: 2015 - 5 - 24


 
The narrow and wide gates

It is human nature to look for shortcuts, seeking for an easy path especially when we go throughsuffering. Yet, we all know that suffering and death are part of life, something we need to accept and embrace with love and courage, instead of to avoid with denial or fear. However, the trend of this world is to attempt to avoid suffering and pain at all cost, increasingly in the name of compassion.
Publish date: 2015 - 3 - 19


 
Placing God’s will at the centre of our family lives

It is hard to comprehend that Jesus spent 30 years (out of 33 years of human life) to be with His family before he began His public ministry. It speaks volume about the importance of Family in the eyes of God.
Publish date: 2014 - 12 - 26


 
Are we ready to allow Him in to mold our hearts?

We live in the most distracting era in our human history. We are gripped by our hunger for more indulgences (entertainments, food, etc.), more information, and more choices; anything we desire we want it instantly at our fingertips. We think we are in control, but in fact, we are being controlled and tempted constantly by our thirst for pleasures, possessions, and power.
Publish date: 2014 - 12 - 7


 
Qualities of a good and faithful servant

Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time Qualities of a good and faithful servantPaul Yeung When people read this parable, sometimes they have placed the wrong focus. The question of fairness surfaces first in their minds. We need to have the right perspective. Talents are only one form of gifts. There are many other gifts and some […]
Publish date: 2014 - 11 - 16


 
Nothing can separate us from the love of God

Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Can you imagine how Jesus felt when He heard that His cousin John was persecuted and beheaded? He must have felt distressed and lonely. And naturally, He would relate that to His own final path to Calvary. So,“He withdrew in a boat to a deserted place by Himself.” (Matthew 14:13) […]
Publish date: 2014 - 8 - 3


 
Happy are those who receive the Word with open hearts, they will have an abundance

Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time The seed is the word of God, Christ is the sower. Christ sows the seed to all grounds (to the hearts of all humanity). It is available and accessible to all, with no exception. The Word of God has the power to create, to teach, and heal. The Word of […]
Publish date: 2014 - 7 - 13


 
Body and Blood of Christ – the cost of the ultimate love

Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ Jesus offers His life to redeem us, and His immense love for us gives rise to His ardent desire to be in perfect communion with us. He desires to be with us not only spiritually, but physically; not only in heaven, but also on earth. […]
Publish date: 2014 - 6 - 22


 
Trinity Sunday

The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity In the first reading of the Trinity Sunday, the God revealed to Moses was “merciful and gracious…slow to anger and rich in kindness and fidelity” (Ex. 34:6); and Moses himself was depicted as a mediator for Israel, pleading for God to pardon the wickedness and sins of his […]
Publish date: 2014 - 6 - 15


 
The Gift the world refuses to receive is ours to bring to the world

Pentecost Sunday This Sunday’s Gospel reading can be seen as a “rehearsal” for Jesus’ closest disciples to anticipate the coming of the Spirit to the early Christian community on Pentecost, which took place 50 days after Jesus’ resurrection as depicted in the first reading Acts 2:1-11. From the sequence of the words spoken by Jesus […]
Publish date: 2014 - 6 - 8


 
Parting discourse from Jesus

Sixth Sunday of Easter In today’s gospel, let us connect ourselves with the heart of Jesus. In this very touching last supper discourse, before His Passion and filled with parting emotions, He poured out His heart unto His disciples (us). His immense love for us is evident, but with mixed emotions, because He knows very […]
Publish date: 2014 - 5 - 25


 
Jesus said: “Whom are you looking for?”

The Mass of Easter Sunday When every dream in our lives seems to vanish and every expectation dashed, the sight of an empty tomb can be devastating. The fear within us can blindsight us from seeing the real meaning of the empty tomb. And we doubt whether we will survive our own Good Fridays. Looking […]
Publish date: 2014 - 4 - 20


 
Not my will but yours be done!

Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion “He humbled Himself and became obedient to the point of death.” (Phil 2:8) Have we ever contemplated what kind of sacrifice the Son of God offered to us by emptying Himself to be born in human likeness, taking the form of a slave? As Creator of all, He has […]
Publish date: 2014 - 4 - 13


 
Live not in your grave

Fifth Sunday of Lent “Those who are in the flesh cannot please God.” (Romans 8:8) Living according to the flesh is like living according to one’s will and desires, focusing on one’s needs rather than others’. When we are so self-centred, we are trapped within our own self, our grave, and we will die. Jesus […]
Publish date: 2014 - 4 - 6


 
Satan’s four lethal doses of BLINDNESS injections

Fourth Sunday of Lent The sacrifice of the Son of God, Jesus Christ, has redeemed us from The Fall due to the original sin committed by Adam and Eve as a result of Satan’s first temptation. Throughout the ages, Satan has never stopped His vicious attack to break our restored relationship with our Heavenly Father. […]
Publish date: 2014 - 3 - 30


 
Come, children, come… I will give you living water…

Third Sunday of Lent Jesus revealed Himself as Christ for the first time in the Gospel of John, not to a Jew, but to a Samaritan woman. And the woman did not harden her heart but believed in Jesus. She left her water jar behind her and became the first one (or one of the […]
Publish date: 2014 - 3 - 23


 
To risk or not to risk

Second Sunday of Lent Lenten season serves as an invitation to us to change. But changes are not always welcome in our comfortable lives. The greatest risk in our faith journey is to not take any risks, and to be too comfortable with the status quo. Yet, only under one condition should these risks be […]
Publish date: 2014 - 3 - 16