While we are still reeling from the greatest global shock in our time, we feel uncertain living in the world that has likely changed inevitably and irrevocably.
Despite the Movement Control Order, the Archdiocesan Creation Justice Commission (CJC) went ahead with plans to hold programmes to celebrate the 50th Earth Day on April 22.
There has been a leap forward in catechising children as young as three years old by some churches in Malaysia in the adoption of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS) since 2013.
The Peninsular Catholic Church has suspended all weekend and weekday masses from March 14 to 29 in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, which was declared a pandemic yesterday.
The pioneer batch of Malaysian laity enrolled in the Distance Education Programme in Theology (DEPTh) saw the culmination of their 3.5 years of studies with a graduation ceremony held February 22 at the Archdiocesan Pastoral Centre.
Why aren’t young men and women entering religious life today? What do the young think about consecrated life? How then can we tell today’s youth about the beauty and the good of consecrated life?