Rev Ian, CMF, has a story similar to that of the prodigal son in the Bible. He left the seminary only to find that without God as the cornerstone of his life, he is indeed nothing.
It’s not a one-of-a-kind initiative, but it’s always a good example of a commendable cooperation. The Claretian community of Macau and a Buddhist meditation centre based in Saint Lawrence parish joined forces and organized a food distribution drive in December. The action benefited around 100 non-resident workers that were temporarily laid off by their employers.
The Macau subsidiary of the Claretian Publications will publish, starting from next year, the Portuguese version of Children’s Daily Word. The book will be sold in Macau and distributed in several other Portuguese-speaking regions.
The Claretian missions in Macau and Hong Kong launched earlier this month a fundraising campaign to help the thousands of Ukrainian citizens who have escaped the war-torn nation and have taken refuge in neighboring Poland.