The Stations of the Cross are significant when they empower both a spiritual pilgrimage of prayer and a change for the better through meditation on Christ suffering and death. To highlight the 400yrs of St Andrew’s parish which is by the sea it was decided to look at our relationship with the sea since St Andrew was a simple fisherman. The outdoor stations on Good Friday became “pit stops” along the coastline for reflection to both meditation on Christ passion and imbibe a spirit of reparation for the damage we cause as alerted by Pope Francis in Laudate Si .
all-day Basic Counselling Skills Course
Basic Counselling Skills Course
Feb 1 – Mar 31 all-day
The Laity Training Centre is organising a Basic Counselling Skills course at St. Paul’s Institute of Communications, Bandra during Feb and March, three evenings a week. Limited seats are available. Kindly see the notice board[...]
all-day Novena in Preparation for Bible ...
Novena in Preparation for Bible ...
Feb 22 – Mar 3 all-day
There will be a Novena in preparation for Bible Sunday, which will be celebrated on Sunday, 3rd March. The theme is “God’s Word is our daily food” The Novena will begin on 22nd February. Prayer leaflets will be[...]