Govt grants Catholic nursery nod to increase intake of new students

Saint Joseph International Nursery, a leading multicultural kindergarten created by the Catholic Diocese of Macau three years ago, has been granted permission to enroll a larger number of students starting from January. The Social Affairs Bureau has given the nursery the green light to open a new classroom and recruit over two dozen more students.

A Word to be heard, a Love to be seen

“We have books in our hands, but the facts before our eyes,” said Saint Augustine in speaking of fulfillment of the prophecies in the Scriptures by Jesus. Jesus’ facts were his miracles, his gestures of compassion, his forgiveness of sinners, and the sacrifice of his life for us. The eyes of our sons and daughters, of our pupils, or of our coworkers are fixed on us too: they expect not perfection but love; not convincing eloquence, but truth. They want to “see” that God’s mercy can truly permeate, (or better, “anoint”) all our life, all our actions, all our dreams, even our failures: nothing excluded.