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Out-reaching Activities

About the APCs Spiritual Development Out-reaching Activities Sharing

2018 Christmas Evangelization

Just before Christmas, the APCs organised a Christmas evangelization programme at the Home of Love …

2018 Hong Kong Book Exhibition

The APCs made use of the Book Fair to spread the Good News to the visitors …

2017 Bringing the Christmas message to the girls in Good Shepherd Choi Wan Hostel

On the first Sunday of Advent, the APCs celebrated an early Christmas with the young girls in ...

2016 Evangelisation at the Home of Love

The APCs went to the Home of Love of the Missionaries of Charity for evangelization…

2016 Hong Kong Book Exhibition

The APCs participated in the iTalk, introducing the Pauline Family and recommending books DVDs etc to the visitors ….

2015 Bringing the Christmas message to the elderly in Tai Po

The APCs visited an old folks home in Tai Po …

2014 Bringing the Christmas message to the Disadvantaged

The APCs celebrated Christmas with the disadvantaged in Yaumatei again …

2013 Bringing the Christmas message to the street people in Yaumatei

The APCs joined the Missionaries of Charity’s party for their regular “food guests”…

2011 Feeding the poor and homeless of Yaumatei

The APCs showed their loving concern for the spiritual welfare of the homeless people …

2010 Proclaiming the Christmas Good News in Mongkok

A group of APCs stood at various street corners and pavements in Mongkok …

Working alongside the Sisters in book displays


On December 10, members of APC went to the Home of Love of the Missionaries of Charity for evangelization.  We arranged a Christmas party for some of their members, whereby we told them the Christmas story, quizzed them about it, played games with them, presented with gifts and shared refreshments with them.  On that day, about 50 members came to the party.  While most of them were the elderly, some were housewives and young children.  The party went well and Sr Grace Lee presented gifts to the winners of the games.  They seemed to enjoy every minute of the Christmas party.

Let me share with all of you my feelings and reflections after this Christmas project:

(1) Although the Jubilee Year of Mercy is over, we still strive to learn the finest details of Jesus’ mercy - to warm people with our hands and serve the poor of the community, like St. Teresa of Calcutta, to give free service to the poorest of the poor with benevolence.  Even though the corporal works we perform are few and small, when added up, they become many.  The Lord makes our performances of these woks of mercy tests of our love for Him, and they can spread the message of “God is love” to all parts of world.

(2) Spiritual works of mercy is necessary, but it is not enough.  Faith must be proved by deeds in our everyday life.  Christ said that faith is to be lived out, and faith is dead without corporal works.  We should follow the spirituality and teachings of St. Teresa of Calcutta, taking practical action to care for the poor and the elderly.

3) We should learn from the work of love and mercy of the Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity.  They live in poverty and unconditionally serve people who are abandoned by society.  Life impacts life.  Their work glorifies God’s love and mercy.  Let us always pray for the Sisters.


December 15, 1016

Visit to the Home of Love