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2M Harvey: I’ve been participating in different events at the school throughout the year, and the Rosary Gathering was one of them. This Rosary Gathering has become the most unforgettable and meaningful experience for me. In the gathering, I listened to lots of stories about our saints shared by our E&RE teachers. Apart from what […]

By 4L Crystal Choi On the feast day of Our Lady of the Rosary, Catholic Society executives took this opportunity to make a promise in front of our principal, teachers and Shungtakians. As a loving group, Catholic Society has always been faith-centered. We have organised different activities to encourage students to understand Catholicism and strengthen

Music and Hymns: our Way to God Agnes Ho 3L As we entered St Jerome Church in Tin Shui Wai, a sense of peace came over us. The website of the church describes the feelings of those who enter the church as those of ‘experiencing a rich variety of patterns which will lead to the

Giving Back to Community Jackson Cao (3J) In the first weekend of November, I was able to give back to my community of Yuen Long by joining the Caritas Bazaar, one of the signature fundraising events of Caritas, at the Ss. Peter and Paul Church in Yuen Long, the location of where our school was

By 3P Joe Sin On 30th October (Saturday), I participated in the Catholic Society (Katso) Exchange Day, which is organised by the Diocesan Youth Commission. In this event, I got to meet a lot of Katso committees from other Catholic schools and we played games together! Also, through the activities, we shared some experiences and

Life is life, and love is the answer Emily Fung (5J) On 5th September, the Catholic Society went to Yuen Long Catholic Secondary School to participate in a microfilm appreciation which was hosted by the Diocesan Pastoral Commission for Marriage and the Family, St. Gianna Prolife and Family Mission, and Ss. Peter and Paul Church.

3L Agnes Ho It is my honour to be a helper in the Closing Prayer Service this year. Doubtless to say, it was a wonderful experience and it meant a lot to me. Many students think that the Closing Prayer Service marks the end of the academic year and the beginning of the summer holidays.

As we have seen in the media that Russia began a military invasion of Ukraine, many civilians were wounded, killed and forced to flee from their homes. It is a devastating time for the people in Ukraine and we feel sorrow over this war. War divides us and it brings irreversible damages to our society

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