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Posts Tagged ‘Life Lounge’
 

 
Life Lounge – Return to Canada (3)

Today in our Life Lounge segment, we have Karen to share with us her experience of returning from Hong Kong to Canada, especially the time when she began her new life in Canada.
Publish date: 2021 - 6 - 12


 
Radio broadcast – Full episode (June 12, 2021)

"Life Lounge" – Return to Canada (3)
Today in our Life Lounge segment, we have Karen to share with us her experience of returning from Hong Kong to Canada, especially the time when she began her new life in Canada.
"Spiritual Talk" – Our actions influence others
"Edwin's Blog" – June 12, 2021
Publish date: 2021 - 6 - 12


 
Life Lounge – Return to Canada (2)

Today in our Life Lounge segment, we have Karen to share with us her experience of returning from Hong Kong to Canada, especially the time she spent with her parent during their final days.
Publish date: 2021 - 5 - 29


 
Radio broadcast – Full episode (May 29, 2021)

"Life Lounge" - Return to Canada (2)
"Spiritual Talk" - Kindness brings out the beauty of humanity
"Edwin's Blog" - May 29, 2021
"St. Paul's Letter"
Publish date: 2021 - 5 - 29


 
“Life Lounge” – Return to Canada (1)

Today in our Life Lounge segment, we have Karen to share with us her experience of returning from Hong Kong to Canada.
Publish date: 2021 - 5 - 22


 
【Life Lounge】Monica Chung – Catholic Community Services of York Region – Settlement Service

Today in our Life Lounge segment, we have Monica Chung from the Catholic Community Services of York Region to share with us their settlement service.
Publish date: 2021 - 5 - 15


 
Radio broadcast – Full episode (May 15, 2021)

"Life Lounge" - Today in our Life Lounge segment, we have Monica Chung from the Catholic Community Services of York Region to share with us their settlement service. "Spiritual Talk" "Edwin's Blog" - May 15, 2021 "St. Paul's Letter"
Publish date: 2021 - 5 - 15


 
Radio broadcast – Full episode (April 17, 2021)

Today in our Life Lounge segment, we have Monica Chung from the Catholic Community Services of York Region to share with us their counselling service.
Publish date: 2021 - 4 - 17


 
Life Lounge – Monica Chung – Catholic Community Services of York Region – Counselling Service

Today in our Life Lounge segment, we have Monica Chung from the Catholic Community Services of York Region to share with us their counselling service.
Publish date: 2021 - 4 - 17


 
Life Lounge – Rosanna II

Rosanna returned to Hong Kong to visit her three children in 2014, she found that the eldest daughter was suffering from end-stage cancer. The three children used all their saving for her medical expenses, her son even resigned from work to take care of her sister. The whole family was deep in love, support and tolerance. She apologized to her daughter for being not noticed that she was sick, which improved their relationship. By the power of God, they faced the suffering and death together. Her daughter was very thin when she died, but she looked shinny with the love of the family. At her daughter's funeral, she knew that she was rest in peace with God. Rosanna now volunteer to share her bereavement and sadness experience. She always feels the presence of God, no matter how difficult the situation is, trust in God, there must be solution.
Publish date: 2017 - 9 - 30


 
Life Lounge – Rosanna II

Rosanna immigrated to Australia in 1980, and to Toronto in 2000. She has two daughters and one son. After coming to Canada, she studied early childhood education, psychology courses and special education. Now she is a supply teacher teaching new immigrants. She also volunteers in a mental health association where she conducts lectures on psychology and shares her feelings of facing death. She was exposed to death at the age of eight when her little brother, only a few months old, died one night. When she was twelve, she went swimming with family friends and watched a companion drown. Her 21 year-old brother died of bone cancer and in 1986 her parents died within three months of each other. In 1997, her husband died of lung cancer. He was baptised in his death bed, and she herself was baptised the next year.
Publish date: 2017 - 9 - 23