Ministry of Consolation

The Ministry of Consolation group supports members of the bereaved family with their prayerful presence and encouragement, helping them to deal with loss of their loved ones by organising and leading prayer services during the wakes. The Prayer services are held nightly at 8:00 pm during the wakes and members in the group support the prayer services as and when they are available.

For more information, please contact Paulino Bartolome, email to paulino.bartolome@csfaministries.sg

Christian's Death

Death and calamity bring people together as nothing else does. All differences vanish, all varies fall. At a time like this, the involvement of the Christian community is the most appropriate and needed.

The loss of a loved one is a painful experience (more so if the death is untimely). All of us face this, even as we rely on the wisdom and comfort of our faith. This grief process in an experience no one can avoid.

As Christians, we believed that we have not only a common dignity but also a common destiny. As members of God's people, we are destined for His Kingdom.

In a letter of St. Paul who wrote to the early Christians of Rome: "The life and death of each of us has an influence on others. If we live, we live for the Lord: and if we die, we die for the Lord, so that alive or dead we belong to the Lord.

Romans 14:17

All who die in God's grace and friendship, but still imperfectly purified, are indeed assured of their eternal 3 salvation; but after death they undergo purification, so as to achieve the holiness necessary to enter the joy of heaven"

(CCC 1030)

We, at The Ministry of Consolation welcomes you to be part of us. To be in a community not only praying for our faithful departed brothers and sisters but also a refuge and a solace to the left behind beloved.

MOC & MBS Lenten Retreat 2019

At SFA, St. Augustine RN on 31 March 2019 1-5pmBy: Bro Celestine, C.Ss.R