KCM Campus Logout

18 04 2018

ACCPC: Komiti Kuching Campus Ministry (KCM) telah menganjurkan perjumpaan Campus Logout mereka pada hari Ahad, 15 April 2018 di St. John & St. Lucy Room ACCPC yang lalu. Seramai 51 orang pelajar dari pelbagai kampus di sekitar Kuching telah mengikuti perjumpaan ini. Antara kampus yang hadir semasa perjumpaan adalah dari IPGK Batu Lintang, UNIMAS, ILKKM Kuching (KSKB), Technology College Sarawak, SIDMA (UNITAR) Kuching and Politeknik Kuching. Turut hadir bersama di perjumpaan ini adalah 5 orang seminarian dari St. Peter College yang menjalankan tugas Pastoral mereka di bawah Kuching Campus Ministry.

Tujuan utama program ini diadakan untuk memperkenalkan apa itu peranan Kuching Campus Ministry serta memperkenalkan komiti KCM yang baru bagi sesi 2018 sehingga 2020. Melalui aktiviti campus logout ini juga, para pelajar dapat mengenali teman-teman katholik dari campus yang lain. Turut diselitkan sesi doa puji dan sembah serta “games” interaksi.

Rev. Fr Larry Tan turut mengambil kesempatan ini untuk menyampaikan kerisauan beliau tentang program pengislaman di kampus. Fr. Larry mengalakan lebih ramai pelajar untuk mengikuti program I-chat bagi memperdalamkan iman mereka.

Program ini diakhiri dengan doa penutup oleh seminarian Bro. Micheal Dass and sesi bergambar bersama semua yang hadir pada perjumpaan ini.

 

 

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21 03 2018

 





MALAYSIAN CATHOLIC CAMPUS STUDENTS’ DAY 2

28 07 2017

PENANG ISLAND – Malaysian Catholic Campus Students’ Day 2 was held in Penang Island from 23rd June to 27th June 2017 after Malaysian Catholic Campus Students’ Day 1 which was held in Kuching in 2015.

Approximately 850 delegates (Campus Students) from all over Malaysia gathered for the mission, adoration and celebration to commemorate the theme ‘That they may be one’ taken from John 17:22. Malaysian Catholic Campus Students’ Day 2 opening Mass was celebrated by His Grace Archbishop Simon Poh as a Bishop for Youth/Campus ministry in Malaysia at Cathedral of the Holy Spirit. Bishops from different dioceses namely His Excellency Bishop Datuk Sebastian Francis, Rt Reverend Bishop Anthony Bernard Paul, and The Most Reverend Archbishop Julian Leow were also journey with the youth in Malaysian Catholic Campus Students’ Day 2.

This year’s Malaysian Catholic Campus Students’ Day was very blessed because of the presence of His Eminence Cardinal Anthony Soter Fernadez on the last day of Malaysian Catholic Campus Students’ Day send-off Mass. The Send-off mass was celebrated by His Excellency Bishop Datuk Sebastian Francis with an enthusiastic and empowering message from him. The mass was ended with an announcement from His Grace Archbishop Simon Poh on Malaysian Catholic Campus Students’ Day 3 which will be held in Sabah.

Out of 850 delegates; 26 of them were from Archdiocese of Kuching. They were leaders who are committed in their campuses. Fr Larry Tan as a Chaplain for Kuching Campus Ministry and 1 of Youth Minister were also participated in Malaysian Catholic Campus Students’ Day 2. On behalf of Kuching Campus Ministry, We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone directly and indirectly involved in the fundraisings, prayers, support and making MCCSD 2 a memorable and unforgettable experience.

Group Photo

Group Photo

Kuching Delegates with Arch Simon

Vigil Night – with Archbishop Simon Poh

Vigil night with Fr Larry Tan

Vigil Night – with Fr Larry Tan

Kuching Delegates - Complete

Kuching Delegates at Risen Christ Ayer Hitam

Sarawak delegates

Sarawak Campus Students

Kuching Delegates with Fr Larry Tan

Kuching Delegates with Chaplain Kuching Campus Ministry-Fr Larry Tan

 

Here are some of the amazing experiences shared by Kuching delegates:

“I thank God and everyone else involved for this opportunity to participate in MCCSD2. I went without much expectations, but it has been a fruitful experience. After struggling to have a relationship with God for many years, this experience has drawn me into a deeper relationship with God.”- Audrey Olivia Chen, UNIMAS

“It was a beautiful journey as I’m able to engage with the youths from different dioceses, being able to feel the fondness during the service of the elderly in the Little Sisters of the Poor, experienced the beauty of our Catholic church through the sacredness of mass and adoration vigil. Everything was wonderfully orchestrated.” – Vivi Gloria Lucas, UNIMAS

“I was amazed by how God’s love took a positive effect throughout His people gathered from different states in Malaysia. God called me out of my comfort zone to experience His missions as how all the saints have done them during their times here on earth. Therefore, I’m inspired to go out and share God’s love to everyone with Mother Mary interceding for me in my every step.” – Darren Richmond, KSKB

“I’ve the opportunity to know more about Catholic faith. MCCSD2 had made a huge impact in me and opened my heart to feel His presence and my eyes to see His good will. It’s just like the story of the Prodigal Son, which reflect me who have been lost for more than 10 years.” – Dougall, KSKB

“The thing that I remembered the most was our mission work.  I am touched by the volunteers that came all the way from Sabah who helped the sick & elderly. I am waiting for my mission from God, what He has planned for me, and how I respond to His calling.” – Cornelia Liew, IPGBL

“I remember the feeling of being lifted up and overwhelmed with God’s presence during Vigil Mass at St. Francis Xavier church. The only thing I could do was just sit there and cry. In that moment, I was assured by him. “I am with you, now and forever”, he said. I know that day since, God has found me and I desire more.” –  Jasmine Lim, UNIMAS

“The homilies given throughout the masses are eye-opening to all as it would give us some insights of our duty as children of God and to discern more on our calling as His children. The outreach programme we had was awe-inspiring about life and the stories I heard from the family we visited at The House of Hope is encouraging towards life.” – Brian Chin, Executive College

Saya menyedari betapa indahnya kasih Tuhan kepada saya dan betapa tenang serta sukacitanya kehidupan jika saya merapatkan hubungan dengan Tuhan. Melalui aktiviti yang telah dijalankan, ia mengajar sebuah erti kehidupan dimana saya perlu berkongsi kasih sayang dengan orang yang lebih memerlukan dan kasih sayang terhadap rakan-rakan baru mahupun lama.” – Heleny Bong, KSKB

“The presence of the Holy Spirit that whenever I looked at the Eucharist I could feel peace in my heart especially during the procession with the Blessed Sacrament from Our Lady of Sorrows Church to St Francis Xavier Church. It was like walking with Jesus.” – Magdalene Hilda, KSKB

“I had spent so much time with my friends from Kuching Archdiocese and I can say that our bond is stronger than before. Apart from that, the foster parents were very nice to us and the parishioners were friendly” – Rick Falco, UNIMAS

“The Lord has opened my eyes to the reality that these people need a saviour, not because they live in filth and dress in rags, but because they are sinful beings just like you and me. This mission trip was so much more than I expected.” – Teresa Abie, UITM

“It was a truly purifying and refreshing touch of Holy Spirit in me, as life becoming a student isn’t an easy task where temptation and procrastination became our no.1 challenges. I hope this wonderful idea of gathering campus students from all over 9 dioceses in Malaysia can be maintained as it will be a great platform for our current and future student to see God in the students’ life.” – Ericson Desik, Swinburne University

“I’ve a lot of questions about my faith. Through these experiences, I’ve learnt how to respond if somebody questions me being a Catholic. I feel that the youth nowadays need to know and understand Catholic even better as a way to strengthen our faith wherever we are.” Elisabet Min, Swinburne University

“God has challenged me to be me more thoughtful reflect on where I stand in my journey of faith through this big programme.” –  Marsheill Mawai Puso, Segi College Sarawak

Written by, Elisabeth Min- Swinburne University

Secretary, Kuching Campus Ministry





Malaysian Catholic Campus Student Day 2 (MCCSD 2) Preparatory Meeting in Penang

30 04 2017

23 April – 29 April 2017, Bukit Mertajam, Penang – The upcoming Malaysian Catholic Campus Student Day 2 (MCCSD 2) will be held in Penang after the first Malaysian Catholic Campus Student Day in Kuching last 2015. Together with Archbishop Simon Poh (Bishop for Youth and Campus Ministry Commission in Malaysia) there were 9 Youth Ministers, one Sister, one Deacon and one Priest from different dioceses came for the meeting located at St Anne’s Church.

Rationale of the meeting involving different diocese was to discuss the progress of the event.

Besides had a meeting; the Youth Ministers, sister, Deacon and the Priest have an opportunity to visit few Parishes in Penang which will be the main venue for Malaysian Catholic Campus Student Day 2 (MCCSD 2).

The meeting ended with a Closing Mass by Archbishop Simon Poh at St Joachim Spirituality center, Chapel.

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Kuching Campus Ministry Jogathon Run

24 04 2017

On the 22nd April 2017, the Kuching Campus Ministry held their jogathon run at the ACCPC as a pre-event to raise fund for the Malaysian Catholic Campus Student Day 2 this coming June in Penang Island. There are about 28 delegates from Sarawak who will attend the Malaysian Catholic Campus Student Day 2 in Penang this year.

Participants who came to raise fund were family members, friends and campus students from various high institutions such as Kolej Sains Kuching Bersekutu, UNIMAS, UiTM, Swinburne, Segi College, Technology College Sarawak and many more. Besides that, Fr. Jerome Juleng led the opening prayer and blesses the runners before flag-off.

Moreover, medals and hampers were presented by Fr Larry Tan the chaplain of Kuching Campus Ministry to the winners and to those who do not make it to top 20 were also given a consolation prize.

Last but not least, we would like to thank everyone who directly and indirectly involved in the jogathon run as part of our pre-event for MCCSD 2 and we hope to work together again in shaping the youth for the future.

 





Campus Log Out 1.0

27 10 2016

Kuching Campus Ministry: On the 9th October 2016, There were about 120 campus students from 9 campuses in Kuching came together for the first time at ACCPC Building to sing, pray and listen to one another. The gathering will be done  on the 1st week of the month right after the 3rd mass at St. Joseph’s Cathedral, Kuching. All campus students are welcome to join this gathering.