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Sound Colour Pilgrimage – Manresa

Follow the footsteps of St Ignatius, visiting Manresa, Spain. Going to the cave where St Ignatius spent his days reflecting at Manresa.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 30


 
「Spiritual Talk」The Feast of the Pentecost – Fr. Anthony Ho

This week, the Church celebrates the Feast of the Pentecost, which commemorates the Descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Blessed Virgin, the Apostles, and disciples in the form of wind and tongues of fire after the Ascension of Our Lord. After receiving the Holy Spirit, they went out to proclaim the Gospel, receiving three thousand people into the Church. Pentecost is also the birthday of the Church, the mystical Body of Christ whose body is God's grace and whose soul is the Holy Spirit Who gives her the impetus to continue Christ's work on earth. One of her missions is to forgive humanity's sins through the Sacrament of Reconciliation which Christ gave her Apostles after His Resurrection through breathing on them, and through the Sacrament of Baptism which remits the sins of the newly baptized and opens the baptized to forgiveness in Confession. When priests are consecrated, there is a prayer asking God to send His Holy Spirit onto the newly consecrated priest. From this, we see that priests' authority to forgive sins comes from the Holy Spirit.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 30


 
Cook with God – Almond tea with egg white

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「Edwin’s blog」May 30, 2020

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Radio broadcast – Full episode (May 30, 2020)

 
「Sound Colour Pilgrimage」Manresa - Follow the footsteps of St Ignatius, visiting Manresa, Spain. Going to the cave where St Ignatius spent his days reflecting at Manresa. 「Spiritual Talk」Feast of the Pentecost – Fr. Anthony Ho 「Cook with God」 Almond tea with egg white 「Edwin's blog」May 30, 2020
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Taking Our Faith to the Streets: Mother of Mercy Procession

For four years, Our Lady of Carmel Church in Chinatown, Toronto has been holding a Marian Procession in May, providing the faithful a wonderful opportunity to bear witness to their faith in public. Overcoming adversities and bracing all kinds of weather conditions, the parishioners were dedicated to making this event a success. Fountain of Grace takes you to Chinatown to uncover the driving force behind their enthusiasm and determination.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 23


 
「Spiritual Talk」Feast of the Ascension – Fr. Anthony Ho

This week, the Church celebrates the Feast of the Ascension. For forty days after the Resurrection, Jesus remained on earth to complete the instruction of the Apostles and strengthen their faith in His Resurrection. After the forty days, He led them to a mountain and said, "All power in heaven and earth has been given to me, so baptize all peoples and make them my disciples, in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, commanding them to keep all that I have taught you." Jesus gave His Apostles three missions: (1) a prophet's duty to teach, (2) a priest's duty to sanctify, and (3) a king's duty to rule. Jesus commanded them to instruct all peoples through spreading the Gospel, to administer the Sacraments like Baptism, and to rule them by teaching them to follow God's commandments. Jesus did not leave them to fight alone but promised to be with them, "until the end of the age." Wherever the Blessed Sacrament is, there is Jesus present also, and through the Eucharist, Jesus is with us. In the Creed, we profess that Jesus rose to the right hand of the Father, showing us that Jesus is equal to God and both our king and judge. When we meditate on the mystery of the Ascension, we deepen our thirst for heaven and desire to help others attain heaven as well.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 23




 
Radio broadcast – Full episode (May 23, 2020)

 
One Love, One Goal: Overcoming COVID-19 pandemic (3) - In this program, we have invited Jacqueline to share with us the situation at care homes during COVID-19, as well as a sharing from our Founder and Executive Director - Paul Yeung. Please support FLL's Overcome COVID-19 Campaign to help our frontline heroes. Visit charity.FLL.cc for details. 「Spiritual Talk」Feast of the Ascension – Fr. Anthony Ho 「Cook with God」 Shrimp and scallops with Avocado
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 23


 
Teaching by Example

Sabina used to live in Canada. She embarked on a journey to Macau and started a new career in teaching. Fountain of Grace invited her to share with us her experience as a teacher, as well as how she witnessed God's love with her life.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 16


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

This weekend is the Sixth Sunday of Easter and the Gospel reading comes from John 14:15-21. Before His final farewell to His disciples, Jesus said, "If you love me, you will keep my commandments." Loving and obeying Jesus are inseparable and His most basic commandment is to love: "Just as I have loved you, so you ought to love one another." Just as the Son loves and obeys the Father, so the disciples love and obey Jesus. And as the will of the Father and the Son are one, the disciples can approach the Father through the Son. God first sent an Advocate to be present with the disciples, Jesus. Now, He would send another Advocate, the Holy Spirit, who is the spirit of truth. Many people do not accept the Holy Spirit because they have not accepted Christ first. Jesus was going back to the Father, but He promised to return to the disciples again. Jesus only appeared to some people after His Resurrection but through the Church, He meets each of us, especially in the Sacrament of the Eucharist. In obeying and keeping the commandments of Jesus, we witness to our love of Christ, thereby gaining the love of the Father.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 16


 
Cook with God – Melaleuca cake

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「Edwin’s blog」May 16, 2020

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Radio broadcast – Full episode (May 16, 2020)

 
One Love, One Goal: Overcoming COVID-19 pandemic (2) - In this program, we have invited Dr. Jason Kwok to share with us health habits that can help boosting our immunity, as well as the situation faced by frontline healthcare workers. Please support FLL's Overcome COVID-19 Campaign to help our frontline heroes. Visit charity.FLL.cc for details. 「Spiritual Talk」Sixth Sunday of Easter – Fr. Anthony Ho 「Cook with God」 Melaleuca cake 「Edwin's blog」May 16, 2020
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 16


 
From Justice to Mercy

We all yearn to live in a just society. However, justice cannot be achieved without charity. In our busy lives, do we pay attention to those who need help? Fountain of Grace takes a look at how Catholics live out mercy through various initiatives.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 9


 
「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


 
Radio broadcast – Full episode (May 9, 2020)

 
One Love, One Goal: Overcoming COVID-19 pandemic (1) 「Spiritual Talk」Fifth Sunday of Easter – Fr. Anthony Ho 「Edwin's blog」May 9, 2020
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Where Faith and Art Cross Paths

Irene held her first solo art exhibition in 2017. Behind this exhibition lies a dream that Irene spent ten years to actualize. Through making abstract art, Irene gets closer to God.
Publish date: 2020 - 5 - 2


 
「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