Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity

15/16 JUN 2019 • VOL. 24

Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity • 16 June 2019

The feast of the Holy Trinity Sunday falls on the first Sunday after Pentecost.

We belong to the family of the Triune God since the day of our baptism. Three Persons in one God who love us unconditionally.

Let us deepen our personal relationship with each Persons of the Trinity by asking God to reveal Himself to us more deeply. “God, I believe that you are the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Guide us in our spiritual practice to know you in a more personal way!”

Joy Flows from Communion with God

The joy that Jesus offers his disciples is his own joy, which flows from his intimate communion with the One who sent him. It is a joy that does not separate happy days from sad days, successful moments from moments of failure, experiences of honour from experiences of dishonour, passion from resurrection. This joy is a divine gift that does not leave us during times of illness, poverty, oppression or persecution. It is present even when the world laughs or tortures, robs or maims. It is truly ecstatic, always moving us away from the house of fear into the house of love, and always proclaiming that death no longer has the final say. The joy of Jesus lifts up life to be celebrated.

– Henri Nouwen

Infant Baptism


to the parents and godparents whose infants received the Sacrament of Baptism this month.

Our Story

“Upon this rock, I shall build my Church”

A journey back in time to see how far we’ve come from our humble beginning.


We are at peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ. Romans 5:1

15/16 Jun 2019 • Solemnity of the Holy Trinity

Parish Buzz

Father’s Day • 16 June 2019

Happy Father’s Day to all our parish priests, fathers, grandfathers, fathers-in-law, godfathers and fathers-to-be. We pray that God may continue to bless all fathers with grace, patience and wisdom to be good role models to their children.

Happy Father’s Day, Dad!

Happy Fathers’ Day, Dad. Thanks for being a constant pillar of support for the family and staying strong through tough times. Thank you for embracing all our shortcomings and making sure we learn and improve from our mistakes. Your guidance has helped shape me into the man I am today. I am always grateful for everything you do – Pete

Thank you dad for teaching us to be humble and always be hungry in learning. Thank you for your constant efforts to keep Pete and me away from trouble and encouraging us to always exceed our potential. Lastly, thank you for teaching us your ways on how to love each other unconditionally. Happy Father’s Day, Dad! – Nate

Pete (L) and Nate (R) with their dad, Nathaniel Bacareza (RJ)

Baptism Certificates for Our Neophytes

Having journeyed since 7 July 2018, our neophytes received their baptism certificates at the Feast of Pentecost at Hai Sing Catholic School. The Feast of Pentecost marks the last day our neophytes gathered together and fittingly Fr. Damian who celebrated Mass presented them with their baptism certificates, with the theme and spirit of evangelisation. We continue to pray for our neophytes as they live out their Catholic virtues of faith, hope and charity.

It has been nine months of transformation within me but the journey continues even after receiving my baptism certificate. It was sad knowing that the RCIA journey with my fellow neophytes and sponsors came to an end but I look forward to being a member of the Church and glorifying God with my life. – Gavin Aaron Low


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