Sharing Light: Art as a Vocation

Diogo Muñoz, a talented artist from Lisbon, presents his solo exhibition “Macau Forever,” celebrating Macau’s rich history and culture. Invited by the CAC – Círculo de Amigos da Cultura de Macau, Diogo’s exhibit, delayed by unforeseen circumstances since 2015, finally showcases his heartfelt connection to Macau. A fervent Catholic, Diogo’s faith influences his artistic journey, blending devotion with creativity. His works, renowned in prestigious collections globally, now bring Macau’s stories to life with simplicity and joy.

40 Young Catholics to Represent Macau at World Youth Day: Preparation Includes Leadership Workshops, Spiritual Retreat

Forty Catholics and catechumens aged 18-35 years old will represent Macau at the 37th edition of the World Youth Day. The Diocesan Delegation will travel to Portugal in late July and remain in the country for two weeks. The pilgrimage will include time in Fatima and an opportunity to be with thousands of other young Catholics and Pope Francis. The Diocesan Youth Commission will offer several leadership and formation workshops over the next few months to help the participants prepare for this life-changing experience.

Lisbon calling: Catholic Diocese of Macau prepares to engage in World Youth Day 2023

Diocesan Youth Commission Deputy Director Tammy Chio is currently in Portugal to attend a preparatory meeting convened by the organizing committee of next year’s World Youth Day. Macau’s participation in the event, which takes place in Lisbon from 1st to 6th August 2023, seems to be well underway. A final decision, nonetheless, should be announced next summer. The last word remains with the Macau government and the anti-Covid policies still in place.