Rome Has Spoken: A Protestant Theologian's Journey to the Catholic Church

(MYR15 / SGD6)

Rome Has Spoken: A Protestant Theologian's Journey to the Catholic Church

Deacon Sherman Kuek shares a very personal story of how he had on various occasions in his life been confronted by the splendour of truth, especially in the course of his academic labours.

These discoveries eventually led him to an irrefutable realisation that the fullness of the Christian faith was to be found only in the Holy Catholic Church.

Come, listen to the captivating account of how a Protestant theologian finds himself drawn into the fullness of the Catholic faith as he searched for answers to his lifelong questions, and let yourself once again be amazed at the beauty of goodness and truth found in the Holy Catholic Church.


We Dare to Say: Praying the Lord's Prayer

(MYR15 / SGD6)

We Dare to Say: Praying the Lord's Prayer

The Catholic faith has an ancient liturgical tradition of praying the Lord's Prayer which lasts until today. It is virtually impossible for a practising Catholic to have no knowledge of this prayer. And yet, our utter familiarity with it can mean that we often take it for granted and fail to contemplate on what it actually means for the Christian life.

In this talk, Deacon Sherman Kuek draws us back into the heart of this prayer which was given to us by our Lord Jesus Christ.


Straight to Parents: Parents as Primary Catechists

(MYR15 / SGD6)

Straight to Parents: Parents as Primary Catechists

In this heartwarming session with a group of Catholic parents, Deacon Sherman persuades them to be aware of their role as the primary religious educators in the lives of their children. This responsibility, according to him, is not to be assigned to the Sunday School teachers.

Deacon Sherman proposes the following three ways on how parents can be catechists to their children.

  1. teaching children to dialogue with their parents
  2. teaching children to dialogue with God
  3. teaching children to dialogue with the world

12 'CATHOLIC' TEACHINGS THAT ARE NOT CATHOLIC: DISTINGUISHING TRUTH FROM ERROR (3 PARTS)

(1 PIECE - MYR15/SGD6  |  FULL SET - MYR40/SGD16)

12 'CATHOLIC' TEACHINGS THAT ARE NOT CATHOLIC: DISTINGUISHING TRUTH FROM ERROR

Since the dawn of the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965), many Catholics had come to misperceive the Council as having overturned many dogmatic teachings of the Church. Until today, these misperceptions continue to linger.

Deacon Sherman Kuek identifies a number of these "Catholic" teachings which are not actually Catholic, and he clarifies the mind of the Holy Church on these issues by bringing us back to the official documents of the Church.