The Caritas Charity Run 2021 to commemorate Caritas Macau’s 70th anniversary was originally scheduled on 17th October this year, but due to the pandemic, it has been postponed to 14th November with a novel format
Coro Perosi held a concert on 7th November at the St Dominic’s Church. In view of the epidemic, all the members underwent the nucleic acid test before the performance and the audience was seated according to the epidemic prevention guidelines. With strict compliance to the relevant regulations, the chorus shared an enchanting choral feast with the audience.
He said he prays for his family, children, wife, parents, for happiness and a good family life. “But I can say the reality is I never go to the church to speak with Him about football. Never!”
According to the Diocese of Macau Chancery Notice (CN/14/018/2021) of 14 July, the Centro Pastoral Católico of the Red Market will cease its operation by 26th November. At the end of almost half a century of mission, the Centro Pastoral Católico held a gathering last Sunday (November 28) to bring together again friends who have participated in various activities of the Center of different generations.
The Diocesan Youth Commission and Comissão Diocesana Preparatória do Ano da Juventude held the “Macau Diocesan Youth Day” in Colégio Diocesano de São José 2 on 27th November. The topic was “Stand up. I appoint you as a witness of what you have seen!” Bishop Lee Bun-Sang, other priests and 70 young people joined the activity.
Johnson’s ancestors are from several faiths and nationalities: Christian, Jewish and Muslim from Turkish, Ashkenazi Jewish, some Swiss-German, German, French, European Royal, and Irish, then more distant Cornish, Dutch, Belgian, Scottish, and Scots-Irish/Northern Irish and Lithuanian and Russian.
Advent means “coming.” Our Catechism of the Catholic Church teaches us that there are three comings of Christ.
Pastoral action, Father Eduardo Aguero claims, is synonymous with relationship and the relationship that the Argentine priest managed to build over the last few months with the Portuguese-speaking Catholic community of Taipa has transformed the Church of Our Lady of Carmel into an example of spiritual flourishing in Macau. The Dehonian missionary helped to establish a new Bible study group and to relaunch the Holy Childhood project. On Sunday, the Advent season begins with the institution of the twelve readers that will serve the Carmel parish during the new Liturgical Year.
“The essential rite of the sacrament of Holy Orders for all three degrees consists in  the bishop’s imposition of hands on the head of the ordinand [the matter of the sacrament] and in  the bishop’s specific consecratory prayer asking God for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit and his gifts proper to the ministry to which the candidate is being ordained [form] [Cf. Pius XII, apostolic constitution, Sacramentum Ordinis].”
The Macau Cardinal Newman Centre of Cultural and Performance Arts will celebrate its first anniversary on December 4th, with a Winter-themed recital, the last concert of the Four Season series. The show will take place outside the premises of the cultural centre, on Calçada da Vitória. Young musicians will perform jazz, Chinese traditional music and hits from as far away as Portugal.