To the deepest Solitude

February 6, 2014

To the deepest Solitude Msgr Bienvenu I have read Les Miserable of Chinese translation when I was a kid. It was a life changing book for me, a book that leads me to my catholic faith, a book that bases my belief in Catholicism. Some traditionalist Catholics might have bias against Victor Hugo, since he had a revolutionary thoughts towards the society and had sympathy for Enlightenment and French Revolution….

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Reflection and Thanks be to God: Goodbye 2013

January 1, 2014

2013 was a busy year.. I transferred my life from STL to China , and to rural China. The beginning of 2013 was a really sad: I lost my job and my boyfriend at the same time.. I felt that I was at the bottom of my life. The lowest moment in the life always gave one a important lesson. Sometimes, you know, you can only rely on God, and…

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Christmas Alone with God

December 26, 2013

It is hard to feel the solemnity of Christmas in China.. especially here, in rural China, but I should still praise God for his great blessing for me since I can still have a vigil mass and accomplish my holy day of obligation, though the mass itself is really sloppy. I said that I would not complain about mass but tried to feel and understand the grace God supplies with…

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St. Cecilia Pray for me!

November 30, 2013

I knew really nothing about Cecilia before I picked this name as my baptismal and conformation name… Do not feel weird.. As adolescent converts and under the certain circumstance, I got my baptism and conformation and first communion at the same day, the Easter vigil, 12 years ago…. The reason I picked this name was due to the local custom that picked one whose feast day is closest to your…

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11.25 Daily Reflection

November 25, 2013

Life short and our days on earth and how much can we and are we willing to offer to the Lord. Dear Lord, I am a sinner, through today’s reading, I feel deeply in my heart that I am sinner since I have not detest from the temptation Daniel (in the first reading )did and I have not been truly willing to give you my livelihood like the woman (…

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