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written by Fr Philip Heng, S.J
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Everyone is so busy, and yet inescapably hungering for meaning and fulfilment in their lives.

“DGEMS” has the main purpose of helping our subscribers discover more clearly and experience more deeply these innate human longings. The reflections on the Daily Gospels are deliberately succinct and spiritually challenging. They are also meant to inspire and illuminate our daily experiences through God’s Word.

1st April 2021
21st Anniversary of “DGEMS” Gospel ministry of evangelising God’s Word of Salvation to all peoples.
We hope and pray that you have been enriched in your faith through this ministry.
May you continue to abide in Jesus’ Words of Wisdom, “Make My Word your home and you will indeed by My disciple.”

May you be filled with God’s Peace, Hope, Joy and Love during these Covid-19 Pandemic days and may God’s Holy Presence cover and protect you in the Year of 2021.

God bless,
Fr Philip Heng, S.J.

POPE'S WORLDWIDE PRAYER NETWORK

POPE FRANCIS’S PRAYER INTENTION FOR JUNE 2021:

The Beauty of Marriage:
Let us pray for young people who are preparing for marriage with the support of a Christian community: may they grow in love, with generosity, faithfulness and patience.


June Reflection
The Beauty of Marriage

Marriage is a tremendously beautiful Christian vocation meant to reflect that eternal and infinite faithfulness that Christ has for His  [read more]

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Watch June Pope’s Video on The Beauty of Marriage


Some people say that marriage has gone out of style and that these days aren’t the right time to undertake … [watch more

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Prayer for the month of June
Lord our God, you established marriage as one of your first gifts to the human family, and you sanctified it … [ read more ]

Offer your day with Mary at your side…

St. Maximillian Kolbe once said,“Never be afraid of loving the Blessed Virgin too much. You can never love her more than Jesus did.”  [ read more ]

How can we possibly understand the Holy Trinity? – Fridays from the Heart
Katie Breitenbach, a 2nd-year master’s student studying theology at the University of Marquette, reflects on the feast of the Holy Trinity and how difficult it is to understand this complex belief of Christianity.  [watch video]

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