Thursday, August 17, 2017

Our Lady of Fatima Church - Hi peeps, we were here!!

We recently concluded our CHOICE roadshow at Our Lady of Fatima Church on the 12th and 13th of August 2017.

Did you see us there?

Can the single adults of Fatima Church please stand up!!! **applause πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘**

Are you ready to listen to the call of God?

Even though God may be buried somewhere in our busy lives, He continues to urge and stir our hearts.

Have you heard about CHOICE?

In conjunction with the 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima, we pray that our mother will intercede for the single adults of the 100th instalment of CHOICE programme on the 22nd to 24th of September 2017.

God bless you all.

Hi father!!!!

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Assumption of Our Lady

From my sister who attended Mass in Christchurch this morning:
Fr spoke about how Mother Mary have Faith & believes in God's promises for her from the the beginning!! He encouraged us too, to be like Her. We too have to believe in God's promises for us.
#Fr also reminded us that we all are good enough & God is pleased with us.

Sharing by Madeline CEKL98

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

CEKL 100!!

Let's spread the word for the #CEKL100 weekend which will be held between the 22nd and 24th of September 2017! 

Let's pray that we touch much more young adults lives through this #CEKL100 weekend and through GOD's miraculous work.


Sunday, July 30, 2017

Gospel alive #1 - Wisdom

11. 'Since you have asked for this,' God said, 'and not asked for long life for yourself or riches or the lives of your enemies but have asked for a discerning judgement for yourself,

12. here and now I do what you ask. I give you a heart wise and shrewd as no one has had before and no one will have after you.

1 Kings 3:11-12

St. Anne's feast day

Greetings from St. Anne, Bukit Mertajam, Penang

Dalam kenangan...

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Kita ambil masa in untuk mengingati dan berdoa untuk arwah Joseph Justin Rammy Jambai (CEKL87)

Tuhan Yesus Kristus, engkau memiliki cinta yang begitu besar kepada sahabat2MU Martha, Maria dan Lazarus,dan sering berkunjung ke rumah mereka. Sukacita mereka adalah sukacitaMU dan kesedihan mereka juga sangat menyedihkanMU. Engkau mengenali segala isi hati kami dan tahu kesedihan yang kami rasakan karena saudara kami yang kami cintai yang telah meninggal dan mendahului kami dalam iman.

(Joseph Justin Rammy anak Jambai)
Kami serahkan dengan penuh iman ke dalam tangan-MU yang penuh kasih jiwa saudara yang kami kasihi. Bawalah dia dekat padaMU, hiburlah kesusahan kami sendiri, dan kuatkanlah iman kami akan hidup kekal yang akan datang.

Ya Tuhan, anugerahilah dia istirehat kekal dan sinarilah dia dengan cahaya abadi. Semoga jiwanya dan jiwa-jiwa semua orang beriman yang telah meninggal dunia beristirahat dalam damai dalam kerahiman Allah. Amin.

Kristus telah wafat,
Kristus telah bangkit,
Kristus akan kembali.

Engkau telah Wafat Yesus, tetapi sumber kehidupan memancar pada jiwa-jiwa, dan samudera belas kasihan terpancar bagi seluruh dunia.

Oh Pancaran Kehidupan Kerahiman Ilahi yang tak terselami, rangkumkanlah seluruh dunia dan kosongkanlah DiriMu atas kami..

Ya DARAH dan AIR yang memancar dari HATI YESUS sebagai pancaran belas kasihan bagi kami.. Aku Percaya KepadaMu (3x)

πŸ™πŸΌ Yesus Raja Kerahiman Ilahi
Aku Percaya kepadaMu

πŸ™πŸΌ Santa Maria Bonda berbelas kasih
Doakanlah Kami

πŸ™πŸΌ Santa Faustina..
Doakanlah Kami

Who is Jesus?

Who is Jesus?

In chemistry,
He turned water to wine.              

  • John 2:6-10                  
  • John 4:46

In biology,  
He was born without the normal conception;      

  • Isaiah 7:14                 
  • Luke 1:26- 37

In physics,
He disapproved the law of gravity when He ascended into heaven;                  

  • Mark 16:19

In economics,
He disapproved the law of diminishing return by feeding 5000 men with
two fishes & 5 loaves of bread;            

  • Matthew 14:19               
  • John 6:13

In medicine,
He cured the sick and the blind without administering a single dose of drugs;

  • Matthew 15:30        
  • Mark 1:34

In history,
He is the beginning and the end;      

  • John 1:1-5
  • Revelation 22:13
  • Revelation 21:6

In government,
He said that He shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Prince of Peace;

  • Isaiah 9:6-7

In religion,
He said no one comes to the Father except through Him;

  • John 14:4-6

So, Who is He?            
He is Jesus!

The Greatest Man in History

Jesus had no servants,
yet they called Him Master.

Had no degree,
yet they called Him Teacher.

Had no medicines,
yet they called Him Healer.

He had no army,
yet kings feared Him.

He won no military battles,
yet He conquered the world.

He committed no crime,
yet they crucified Him.

He was buried in a tomb,
yet He lives today.

I feel honoured to serve such a Leader who loves us.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Say NO to sour faces - Fr Greg

Funny thing today,

I've never seen fr. Greg as happy as he was today..dancing, laughing and smiling around during the blessing after mass. He started blessing people from the altar till the end of the church!

He spoke about the CHOICE program and I think his message came at the perfect time for me.

For the full effect just imagine him giving the "Greg expression". Hahahaha

"Why we young Catholics like to show sour face? People wish good morning and we reply saying: what's good about the morning!"
"We young Catholics should be more joyful and celebrate together."
"To share relationships and to be joyful and to celebrate together."

And then he continued by mentioning, "if we want to welcome others to the Catholic faith, how are we to do it if we aren't joyful enough and are not able to celebrate it?"

That is why we must join the CHOICE program lah...

A sneak peak of what we did yesterday... Fr Greg, are you proud of our sweet joyful faces!!!? Hehehe

Alister Anthony

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Melaka Tyre Incident..

A tiny weenie incident (a flat tyre) happened during the Melaka trip, thank god πŸ™ all is good and safely reached KL.

Alex's car type puncture

Jalan Jalan Cari Makan!!

We started our TGIF with a trip and bonding session with our 99ners and fellow choicees. A shoutout goes to Alex for organizing the trip! Here's a little getaway down south to MELAKA!!  =)).

A picture of  us with Fr. Lionel in Melaka Church.

Day 1 (Friday)

Zeng zeng zeng... here is the sneak peak of our first day arriving in Melaka😬😬

We malaysians do what we love best.. FOOD of course!! hahahaha

The KL team were welcomed with Nasi Briyani by our chef (Dr. Vijay) boleh tukar bidang ni.. Hehehe

Day 2 (Saturday)

Since we are in Melaka lets visit the Hunks! (Husky Cafe).
So we dropped by to have fun with the Good looking little giant

Steven smile extra lebar for huskyπŸ˜€

Choice Maskot??? hahaha

The Crispyyyy Fried Sotong πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

Day 3 (Today)

Before bidding goodbyes, makan buah mangoesteen dulu, hehe

The melaka team =) CE98 & CE99

AND more food for the road... before the boys and girls head back

Food @Alicia's Residence =)

cheese! wink winkπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰


Bye Bye... and Sayonara till we meet again
That sum up the whole trip, the most important is everyone had awesome time together and getting to know each other. Just like the bible says;

For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.”
- Matthew 18:20 -

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

The Apostles Creed

Have you ever wondered where The Apostles Creed is found in the Bible?
The Apostles Creed is divided into statements which are founded entirely in scripture:
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I believe in God, the Father almighty, (Mt 5:  45)
Creator of heaven and earth, (Gen 1: 1 ff)
And in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord, (Mt 3: 17)
Who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, (Lk 1: 35)
Born of the Virgin Mary, (Lk 2: 7)
Suffered under Pontius Pilate, (Jn 19: 16)
Was crucified, died, and was buried. (Jn 19: 29 – 42)
He descended into hell; (1 Pet 3: 19 – 20)
On the third day He rose again from the dead, (Mt 28: 1-10)
He ascended in heaven, (Lk 24: 51)
And sits at the right hand of God, (Heb 1: 3)
The Father almighty; (Mk 14: 36)
From thence He shall come again (Mt 16: 27)
To judge the living and the dead. (1 Cor 15: 51ff)
I believe in the Holy Spirit, (Jn 14: 15-20)
The Holy Catholic Church, (Mt 16: 18-19)
The Communion of Saints, (Mt 28: 19-20)
The forgiveness of sins, (Jn 20: 22 – 23)
The resurrection of the body,  (1 Thes 4: 13 – 18)
And life everlasting. (1 Jn 5: 20)


*Now you know*
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Sunday, July 2, 2017

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

CEKL 100 Meeting Kickstart!!

A gentle reminder for our very first CEKL 100 meeting tomorrow.

Please make time and can't wait to see you all there!!

Lets come together as choice familyπŸ‘¨‍πŸ‘¨‍πŸ‘§πŸ‘¨‍πŸ‘©‍πŸ‘§‍πŸ‘¦, old and new choiceesπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

Sunday, June 25, 2017

5 DAYS to Countdown: CEKL 100 Meeting

↠5 DAYS↞

Please blocked your calender now!! Our first CEKL 100 meeting is starting in 5 days.

Calling all new and old choicees to come together as a family on the 29th June 2017 to kickstart our golden 100th Choice Weekend Meeting.

Hope to See all of you there!!

Friday, June 23, 2017

Countdown: CEKL 100 1st Meeting

Countdown 6 DAYS to our very first CEKL 100 Service Team Meeting. Please blocked the date now and see you all there!!

Sunday, June 18, 2017

The feast of Corpus Christi and St. Anthony

The feast of Corpus Christi is more than a reminder that Jesus is indeed the Bread of Life. It is also a celebration of his generous hospitality. When he feeds the multitudes, we see his warm welcome to those who had come to hear him speak about God.(Matthew 15: 29 -37)

They were drawn to him, attracted by his loving kindness. Their desire for what he had to give, the food of the spirit, was strong and he gave it to them in abundance. And yet, although he knew that they hungered for more than simple bread, he did not ignore their physical needs. 
Today is also the feast of St. Anthony. He is the patron saint of lost souls. 

Therefore, let us dedicate today and pledge to cultivate a sense hospitality towards other especially in preparing for the next CHOICE weekend. We also seek the intercession of St. Anthony to bring back lost souls to Jesus.

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Trinity - The desire for God

God always wants to be in union with us. 
The question is... how much do we desire Him?
Does our heart burn for Him or does it reject Him?
Do we only want God when it is convenient and neglect Him at other times?

Getting to know our 99ners #8

We take this opportunity to acquaint ourselves with CEKL 99 members by inviting them to share about their life's passions, God and Noah's tattoo πŸ˜œπŸ˜œπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸŸπŸŸ⛵⛵

1) What are you passionate about?
Passionate about progression and movement. Either in my faith, family life even dance and hiking. 

2) When you think about God – what is the first thing that comes to mind?
God is Ultra-Power-Super-All-Knowing-Yet-Gentle-Wise-And-Merciful

3) If  God suddenly appears before you today, what will you say to him?
Here I Am Lord. Where to now and what's next?

4) If Noah went out and got a tattoo – what would it be and why?
Rainbow Tattoo. As it helps people remember God's promise to Noah (never again send a flood to cover the whole earth).

Rachel CEKL99

Monday, June 5, 2017

Getting to know our 99ners #7

We take this opportunity to acquaint ourselves with CEKL 99 members by inviting them to share about their life's passions, God and Noah's tattoo πŸ˜œπŸ˜œπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸŸπŸŸ⛵⛵

1) What are you passionate about?
I'm passionate bout helping other and keeping everyone around me happy

2) When you think about God – what is the first thing that comes to mind?
God means Creator

3) If  God suddenly appears before you today, what will you say to him?
Will ask Him why there is so much suffering in this World.

4) If Noah went out and got a tattoo – what would it be and why?
Noah's Ark. He's well known for his Ark.

Anonymous CEKL99

5 Ways to be Successful in Adoration

Have you ever gone to adoration? Have you tried, but felt defeated like I first did, and occasionally still do? Here’s a list of 5 ways to be successful in adoration:

1. Be Patient
I was recently talking with a group of friends about their experiences of adoration. A lot of them expressed the same frustration—that sometimes, time seems to stand still, 5 minutes seem eternal. Have you ever been out of shape and tried to go for a one mile run. Suddenly, 5 minutes into the run, you’re huffing and puffing and you realize you’ve only gone one block. Rather than focusing on the success — you just ran for the first time in months!! — we tend to focus on the defeat. Adoration can be a bit of a work out… for your soul. So set yourself up for success. If it’s been awhile, or your first time, 5 minutes of sitting with Jesus is a good goal. Slowly increase your time—you’ll be amazed at how God increases your capacity to be with Him!

2. Bring Scripture
Reading scripture is always a good thing, but is especially helpful and meditative during adoration. There are many prayer books and apps that contain daily scripture readings. I particularly like reading the Psalms and reflecting on a verse that speaks to me on that given day. As I read scripture I ask myself: How is this scripture speaking to my heart? What changes is God asking me to take? How will I go about making those changes? I make this part of my prayer.

3. Pray the Rosary
The rosary is a beautiful prayer, one that many saints have prayed. St. Louis de Montfort said “’When the Holy Rosary is said well, it gives Jesus and Mary more glory and is more meritorious than any other prayer.” What better way to give Jesus and Mary glory than to pray the rosary in front of the Blessed Sacrament? There are many guides and apps you can print/download to help guide you through this form of prayer.

4. Listen to Praise and Worship Music
When I’m the only one in the Church or chapel, I love to start adoration by listening to praise and worship music. “Restless” and “I Shall Not Want” by Audrey Assad, “Lay it Down” and “Lord, I Need You” by Matt Maher, are just a few of my favorite songs to listen to during adoration. The music and the lyrics help me quiet myself and turn my thoughts to God.

5. Be Okay with Silence
It’s so easy to go a whole day without silence. We get in the car and turn on the radio, we have our phones, with days worth of music, in our pockets, and at the end of the day there’s Netflix. Even if we are in a quiet environment, we are usually accustomed to checking our phones—for a text, the latest Facebook drama, the trending hashtag on Twitter, the newest picture on Instagram, the list goes on.

Don’t get me wrong, I fall prey to every one of those habits. Which is why, when I’m sitting in adoration, I can find it difficult to focus. I’ve become so accustomed to the business of the world, that being truly still, truly silent, can seem uncomfortable, foreign. But that discomfort is ok, good even. In Audrey Assad’s “Restless” she sings “And I’m restless, I’m restless, ‘Til I rest in You.” I find this sentiment to be so true when I am in adoration. Sure, the first few minutes I am restless as I begin to wind down. But eventually, I am filled with insurmountable peace. Allow yourself to sit in silence and to just be with Jesus.

In an apparition to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, Jesus spoke these beautiful words: “I have a burning thirst to be honored by men in the Blessed Sacrament.” Go to adoration, even if it’s just for 5 minutes. Jesus desires to be with you, to have you gaze upon Him, as He so lovingly gazes upon you.

By Caitlin Sica,

Friday, June 2, 2017

The Holy Eucharist explained

Eating His flesh and drinking His blood for everlasting life??
Why? It sounds so eerie!
Find out more of the body and blood of Jesus Christ, we celebrate during mass in this video below.

Sophia Institute for Teachers / YouTube

Wednesday, May 31, 2017


May 31

"God is interested in even the smallest events in the lives of his creatures -- in your affairs and mine -- and he calls each of us by name. This certainty that the faith gives enables us to look at everything in a new light. And everything, while remaining exactly the same, becomes different, because it is an expression of God's love. Our life is turned into a continuous prayer, we find ourselves with good humor and a peace that never ends, and ev­erything we do is an act of thanksgiving running through all our day. ‘My soul magnifies the Lord,' Mary sang, ‘and my spirit re­joices in God, my Savior.'" 37

Let us offer to our Mother today:

The Holy Rosary said with concentration and affection.

Month of Mary-May Devotions - Catholic News Agency

Rosary Gathering

On 30th May 2017

Our Choice team had a rosary session together in conjunction with the Month of May and the 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima. Through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we prayed for the future well being of our families, country, peace and blessings and the grace to continue to serve God.

We saw some new members and welcomed the old ones back. Thank you all for coming!

But the question that was repeatedly asked later during makan was... where was Datuk Ron? 


Tadaaaaaa... I was here people.. here is the proof!!! You can spot me in an instant.

As you can see... Datuk Ron did his magical appearance!!! huhu, πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

Tuesday, May 30, 2017


May 30

"Her power before God is such that she can obtain anything that we ask for, and, like any mother, she wants to answer our prayers. Like any mother, also, she knows and understands our weaknes­ses. She encourages us and makes excuses for us. She makes the way easy for us, and even when we think there is no possible solu­tion for our worry, she always has one ready to offer us." 36

Let us offer to our Mother today:

A visit or a conversation with a friend or relative whom we want to encourage to go to Confession.

Month of Mary-May Devotions - Catholic News Agency

Monday, May 29, 2017


May 29

"She lives now and is protecting us. She is there [in heaven], body and soul, with the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. She is the same person who was born in Palestine, who gave herself to God while still a child, who received the message from St. Gabriel the Ar­changel, who gave birth to our Savior, and who stood beside him at the foot of the Cross. In her, all ideals become a reality. But we should never think that this sublime greatness of hers makes her in­accessible to us. She is the one who is full of grace and the sum of all perfections . . . and she is also our Mother."  35

Let us offer to our Mother today:

The "Hail Holy Queen" at each hour.

Month of Mary-May Devotions - Catholic News Agency

Getting to know our 99ners #6

We take this opportunity to acquaint ourselves with CEKL 99 members by inviting them to share about their life's passions, God and Noah's tattoo πŸ˜œπŸ˜œπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸŸπŸŸ⛵⛵

1) What are you passionate about?
Travel. It is the only thing you buy that makes you richer πŸ’²πŸ’²πŸ’ŽπŸ’ŽπŸ˜†. It gives you a deeper perspective on life.

2) When you think about God – what is the first thing that comes to mind?
Love, pure and eternal love. None that this world can offer and fathom.

3) If  God suddenly appears before you today, what will you say to him?
Thank you Lord for all that you've done for me. I hope that I would have fought the good fight, that I would have finished the race and that I would have kept the faith when I come home to you. I love you Jesus.

4) If Noah went out and got a tattoo – what would it be and why? 
A dove with an olive leaf in the mouth because it's at that very moment where he realised that he could finally get some fresh air on land after living a year with a potpourri of animal poop 🐾🐾on board. Pity the guy.

Joseph CEKL99

Sunday, May 28, 2017


May 28

"Mary has gone to heaven in both body and soul, and the angels rejoice. I can imagine, too, the delight of St. Joseph, her most chaste spouse, who awaited her in paradise. Yet what of us who remain on earth? Our faith tells us that here below, in our present life, we are pilgrims, wayfarers. Our lot is one of suffer­ing, of sacrifices, and privations. Nonetheless, joy must mark the rhythm of our steps. ‘Serve the Lord with joy' -- there is no other way to serve him."  34

Let us offer to our Mother today:

A smile when someone corrects us or misjudges us.

Month of Mary-May Devotions - Catholic News Agency

Saturday, May 27, 2017


May 27

"This is what explains Mary's life -- her love. A complete love, so complete that she forgets herself and is happy just to be there where God wants her, fulfilling with care what God wants her to do. That is why even her slightest action is never routine or vain but, rather, full of meaning. Mary, our Mother, is for us both an example and a way. In the ordinary circumstances in which God wants us to live, we have to try to be like her."  33

Let us offer to our Mother today:

The resolution to say, before going to sleep every night, three Hail Mary. 

Month of Mary-May Devotions - Catholic News Agency

Fire in the hole...

It's never too late to be awesome again people. We are 'the' badasss generation who knows some culture. It is what it is. We are the golden age of gamers - back from retirement. “Go! Go! Go!” "Roger that."

Sorry ladies, we're not ditching you. We're just having our boys time. Toniiiiggghhhtttttt... weee areee youngggg... so we set the game on fireee... we can strike brighter... than the sunnnn..... πŸ’₯πŸ’₯πŸ’₯

errr... guys.... "😨😨 I have eyes on target." 

"Fall back!""Fall back!"
"Need backup here!"
"Abort! Abort!!!"


Sayonara brothers. See you on the other side 😡