Beyond Interfaith Dialogue

My heart was warmed to read a lovely story of how young people from a church and a mosque have gone beyond stiff and awkward formal dialogues across tables to forge budding friendships and create platforms for interactions amongst people of two different faiths: Christianity and Islam.  A CHURCH AND A MOSQUE A church and […]

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Multi-tasking During Online Worship

Let us face it: online worship is here to stay – for the next two years, at least. Unlike on-site worship, that has established norms that developed over many generations of church culture, online worship has none. NORMS IN ON-SITE AND ONLINE WORSHIP On-site worship service norms are clear and established. Not so with online […]

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Understanding the Catholics

I have included in my blogroll three blogs written by Singaporean Catholics. I believe that these are interesting blogs in themselves, but I encourage readers to explore them to understand more about Singaporean Catholics and their beliefs, and depend less on hearsay and preconceived ideas. There is sufficient misunderstanding of differences among denominations to start […]

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