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Sir Thomas More: Lord Chancellor, Loving Father and Martyr

A friend of St Ignatius of Loyola, and the founder of the Congregation of the Oratory, known as the Oratorians, St Philip is called the third Apostle of Rome after Sts Peter and Paul.

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Humour & Humility: St Philip Neri

A friend of St Ignatius of Loyola, and the founder of the Congregation of the Oratory, known as the Oratorians, St Philip is called the third Apostle of Rome after Sts Peter and Paul.

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2022, Covid-19 and Changes

As the saying goes — change is the only constant. While it is not possible to control external changes, we can work on reducing our internal resistance to change through learning the skills of adaptability.

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May Day: St Joseph the Worker

Being God, Jesus could have chosen to be raised by anyone, at any time in history – a king, a merchant, a doctor, a professor… but He chose a humble carpenter to be His foster father.

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Divine Mercy

While private revelation is not binding on the faithful, God continues to speak directly to us today through heavenly apparitions to the saints. One relatively modern vision was when Jesus appeared to St Faustina Kowalska in the form of the Divine Mercy image.

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The Blessed Sacrament: Jesus’ Gift of Love

As Holy Thursday, or Maundy Thursday, usually falls within the month of April, this month is dedicated to the Most Blessed Sacrament.

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Sir Thomas More: Lord Chancellor, Loving Father and Martyr

A friend of St Ignatius of Loyola, and the founder of the Congregation of the Oratory, known as the Oratorians, St Philip is called the third Apostle of Rome after Sts Peter and Paul.

Read more

Humour & Humility: St Philip Neri

A friend of St Ignatius of Loyola, and the founder of the Congregation of the Oratory, known as the Oratorians, St Philip is called the third Apostle of Rome after Sts Peter and Paul.

Read more

May Day: St Joseph the Worker

Being God, Jesus could have chosen to be raised by anyone, at any time in history – a king, a merchant, a doctor, a professor… but He chose a humble carpenter to be His foster father.

Read more

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The Tamil Recital Competitions were held by The Tamil Language and Cultural Society. We are pleased to announce that our student, Tharini from 5I, was recognized with the motivation award.Well done, Tharini! We are so proud of you! About The Tamil Recital Competitions The Tamil Language & Cultural Society is celebrating its 35th Tirukkural Vizha this year. In conjunction, they are organizing Tirukkural Literary Competitions for Nursery, Kindergarten, Primary, Secondary, tertiary and the Public. The competitions will be held via zoom.This literary competition will provide students with a firm foundation in the Tamil language as they acquire core values through Tirukkural. The event also aims to create awareness among parents, for the importance of education and lifelong learning. ... See MoreSee Less
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