Sunday, March 20, 2011


There were 89 Tamil speaking Catechism students from standard 3 - 6 participated in the Bible Camp organised by the 12 Tamil catechists. The theme of the Camp was "CHRIST's TEACHINGS, OUR LIGHT". The youth helped out in the ice-breaking and other activities as well. It was held on 20th March, 2010 at the Visitation Hall, Seremban from 9 am to 4 pm.

The first session was an introduction on Bible – “Bible is Our Way, Bible is Our Life and Bible is Our Breath.” There was a Bible Quiz and game.

The second session was on the Parable of Jesus – “The Sower of Seed and The Prodigal Son”. There was a short clip presentation on waste food and how children can help people who are in need of help.

The third session was on the Meditation of The Stations of the Cross.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Blessing of OLMPH Icon 2011

Blessing of Our Lady of Mother of Perpetual Help (OLMPH) Icon at Visitation Church Seremban on 12 March 2011.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011


The Musical Stars 2011
The Tamil Speaking Communion Ministers had organised a Tamil concert themed "Night of Musical Stars 2011" in aid of the Visitation Church Restoration Works. This event was planned since November 2010 and it was a last event for the Church fund raising project. This concert was staged show at the Chuang Hua High School Hall, Jalan Templer, Seremban It was held on 5th March, 2011 (Saturday) at 8.00 pm. About 1500 people attended the concert. The Local Tamil Artists and Dance groups were invited to perform the concert.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011


Nowadays, I see more and more people driving at high speeds, especially on the highway (North-South highway, LEKAS highway, doesn't matter. You get Formula-1 wannabes). The speed limit is 90 Km/h or 110 Km/h, depending on which highway one is using, but these people seem to be going much faster than the speed limit. Sometimes, you get drivers who cut across from the left lane, right to the center lane and to the right lane - almost in one motion, as if they are doing sapu jalan tepi ke tepi (sweeping the road sideways, in case you do not know the Malay language).

Why do people need to do such dangerous things on the road? Perhaps they are in a hurry; perhaps they want to show how canggih or sporty their vehicle is; or perhaps some people have become more impatient, possibly due to the impact technology has on our lives and being quick, being fast seems a necessity.

When we are reckless on the road, accidents could happen. This picture I took while going to Jelebu is of a badly-damaged vehicle. This is a chilling example of what could happen.

Accidents could also happen to our souls, especially if we are reckless in the way we live. If we commit sins and refuse to be regular in our confession, then we could be reckless in our relationship with God. We do not know when we are going to "balik kampung" (depart from this world). Let us not wait until it is too late... as we approach the season of Lent, let us strive to be closer to God and "love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your strength, and with all your mind. And love your neighbor as yourself."