Apostolate for Catholic Truth

Apologetics & Evangelization


February 2016

Walking through the Passion (18 Mar 2016)


Walking through the Passion of Christ

Will bring you to a closer understanding of what Jesus endured in his passion and death on the cross by exploring the last few hours of Christ’s passion and death based on the views of historians, medical experts, archaeologists and medical experts on pain.

Speaker: Mary Rajadurai

Mary Rajadurai has over 14 years of experience in pastoral work with adults and youths in schools and parishes, and possess a Master’s degree majoring in Religious Education & Theology from the Australian Catholic University and a Master of Social Science in Counselling from the University of South Australia.

She has worked with members in church ministries, parish communities (including those of the Church of Christ the King, Holy Family, Holy Spirit, Risen Christ, St Alphonsus, St Anthony, Star of the Sea and St Vincent De Paul) and teachers in schools to develop and implement Faith Formation & Development Sessions (that included planning and preparing Activities, Worksheets, Handouts and PowerPoints for Retreats, Liturgical Sessions, Bible Study, RCIA sessions, Pastoral Council Leadership Training; Nomination & Election of Parish Pastoral Councillors, Parish Assembly and Religious Education Scheme of Work for Secondary 1 to 5 students)

Venue: St Joseph’s Church Victoria Street, Conference Room

Date / Time: 18 March 2016 (Friday) / 7.45 pm to 9.30 pm

Free, All are Welcome

Register at
or: SMS: 96493893 (Andrew)








The Mystery of Suffering (11 Mar 16)


Why do we have to suffer ? What is the meaning of Christ’s suffering and death on the cross and how does this redeem us? Why does a loving and caring God allow so much innocent people to suffer in the world? How does the resurrection of Christ at Easter give us strength and hope in the midst of all our sufferings?

Come and learn from Catholic apologist Kelvin Chia who will share some insights in one of the most challenging mysteries of Christianity. Kelvin, a founding member of ACT, is a lawyer and a father of three children.

Venoe: St Joseph’s Church (Victoria Street), Conference  Room

Date / Time: 11 March 2016 (Friday) / 7.45 pm to 9.30 pm

Free, All are Welcome

Register at
or: SMS: 96493893 (Andrew)

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