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Possible or Impossible?

Jan Recounts her Experience with Migrant Construction Workers in Singapore. After reading this part of the Pope’s message. The thought immediately came to mind. What does “logic of the world” mean?  After reading up on it, I came across an explanation: “There are things in this world which are absolute truths. And there are things in this world that are absolutely impossible. Logic only allows you to deal with true or false values. And therefore, allows you to deal with things that are absolute truths and absolute impossibilities.”  Possible of Impossible? So I asked myself: “Possible or impossible?”  Is it possible to love the migrants? …

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Inaugural ACMI Fundraising Dinner 2020

"It's Not Just About Migrants But About All of Us!" - Pope Francis This is ACMI's inaugural fundraising dinner. Thank You for being with us on this journey. ACMI is a commission in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore that reaches out to all Migrants and Itinerants in Singapore. Our Mission is to be Christ the Good Shepherd in our ministry. Our values of Welcoming, Protecting, Promoting and Integrating guide us in our ministry. We serve all Migrants and itinerants in Singapore regardless of religion, nationality or socio-economic background. Your continued generosity to The Migrant Fund will offer empowerment to…

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I Found My Place Of Belonging

Theresa Shares About Her Journey In Singapore And How She Came To Find Her Place Of Belonging.  I first came to Singapore in 1982 for my studies. I came alone, not knowing anyone from here. Coming from a big family, I was the eldest of ten. My family was close-knit and my parents always taught us to look out for one another. Thus, from a close-knit family, it was natural that I sought out a place of belonging in Singapore. Seeking Out Friends and A Place Of Belonging. To make more friends, I joined several singing and choral groups. These…

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Moved To Pray For Others
Ignatius, second from right; spending time with migrant workers at the Bread Basket Programme with parishioners from St Mary of the Angels.

Moved To Pray For Others

Ignatius Shares About The Power of Prayer. I’m always moved by the suffering of others.  I always try to put myself in the other persons shoes and try to understand their pain and sorrow.  I too have gone through some periods of pain in my life. During such periods, others have stopped, listened and loved.  Moved with Compassion. So why was I moved to feel for them?  While the reason for suffering is different, I think the feeling that the other feels is often the same.  That longing for peace, understanding and compassion.  The desire to be understood by the other person and to be loved. …

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Be a Befriender today!

Have we stopped for a moment to remember the people and events in our lives that we are thankful for? Have we counted the blessings that we have received from God and others today? Take a moment, ponder, remember. Even through the difficulties and troubles in life, there is so much we can be grateful for. For the roof over our heads, love and warmth of family and friends or even the skills we have. As we remember the blessings we have, can we share that with others? We don't have to do great things, we can bless others through…

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AbBA: Abundant and Better Life Abroad

A 4-part values formation series organised by the Archdiocesan Commission for Migrants and Itinerants (ACMI) and Couples for Christ (CFC) for Foreign Domestic Workers (FDWs) to discover their true self-worth, and hopefully lead to personal development and better work performance. Session 1:  Valuing Self | My True Treasure Session 2:  Valuing Others | We Are Family Session 3:  Valuing Creation | Caring For Common Home Session 4:  Migrants as Missionaries | We are Good News *All sessions conducted in English Time: 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm Venue: Agape Village, 7A Lor 8 Toa Payoh, Singapore 319264 Next AbBA Dates: May…

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