Thursday, December 31, 2009


Selamat taun Baru 2010 ngagai semua bala kita ke nyadi FOLLOWER ba blog aku tu sereta bala kita ke mansa ngetu meda ruai blog aku tu. May God bless you all! Amen!!

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Natale 2009

Sekeda ari gambar maya aku ke Dova Superiore, Genova leboh Krismas tu td. Chelap amat ba ndur nyak din maya winter tu. Selamat Nyambut Taun Baru 2010 ke semua bala pemaca ti bisi ngetu ba ruai blog aku tu!! May God bless you all with His love and prosperity for next year!!!

Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Selamat nyambut Hari Besai Krismas taun 2009 ngagai semua bala kaban, temuai ke bisi ngetu ba ruai blog aku tu. Ngambi ke pengada Kristus mai pengelantang sereta pemaik ke semua kita! Tuhan merekat kita sereta gaga nyambut taun ke baru, Taun 2010!

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Solemnity of The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Immaculate Conception
of the Blessed Virgin Mary
December 8th

Queen of peace, pray for us!
Our gaze is directed toward you in great fear, to you do we turn with ever-more insistent faith in these times marked by many uncertainties and fears for the present and future of our planet.
Together we lift our confident and sorrowful petition to you, the first fruit of humanity redeemed by Christ, finally freed from the slavery of evil and sin: hear the cry of the pain of victims of war and so many forms of violence that bloody the earth. Clear away the darkness of sorrow and worry, of hate and vengeance. Open up our minds and hearts to faith and forgiveness!

Mother of mercy and hope:.
Help every human being of every race and culture to find and embrace Jesus, who
came to earth in the mystery of Christmas to give us 'His' peace.
Mary, Queen of peace, give us Christ, true peace in the world!


The Immaculate Conception, a solemnity, is one of the few Holy days of obligation on the Church calendar -- that is, all Catholics are obligated to attend Mass on this day. As this feast occurs early in Advent, it is a perfect time to consider Mary and her important role in the celebration of Christmas.

In 1854, Pope Pius IX's solemn declaration, Ineffabilis Deus, clarified with finality the long-held belief of the Church that Mary was conceived free from original sin. In proclaiming the Immaculate Conception of Mary as a dogma of the Church, the pope expressed precisely and clearly that Mary was conceived free from the stain of original sin. This privilege of Mary derives from God's having chosen her as Mother of the Savior; thus she received the benefits of salvation in Christ from the very moment of her conception. (The picture above shows her mother, Anna, with the infant Mary within her womb.) This great gift to Mary, an ordinary human being just like us, was fitting because she was destined to be Mother of God. The purity and holiness of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a model for all Christians.


Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The Priesthood and The Mass

St. John Mary points to the greatness of the priest with the privileged reference to the power that he exercises in the sacraments in the name of the Person of Christ. Benedict XVI brought this light, citing still other words of the Curé d'Ars, which refer in particular to the office of celebrating the Holy Eucharist. The Pope writes that the saint "was convinced that the fervor of a priest's life depended entirely upon the Mass: 'The reason why a priest is lax is that he does not pay attention to the Mass! My God, how we ought to pity a priest who celebrates as if he were engaged in something routine!'".

The Year for Priests proposes for our reflection the figure of the priest and, in a special way, his dignity of ordained minister who celebrates the sacraments, for the benefit of the whole Church, in the Person of Christ, high and eternal priest

Priests "exercise their sacred function especially in the Eucharistic worship or the celebration of the Mass by which acting in the person of Christ ["in persona Christi"] and proclaiming his mystery they unite the prayers of the faithful with the sacrifice of their Head and renew and apply in the sacrifice of the Mass until the coming of the Lord the only sacrifice of the New Testament namely that of Christ offering Himself once for all a spotless Victim to the Father." Vatican Council II, "Lumen Gentium," No. 28: AAS 57 (1965), p. 34. Cf. also "Presbyterorum Ordinis," Nos. 2; 12; 13.


Advent 2009

Advent watchfulness means living in God's presence and according to his criteria in order to prepare a worthy dwelling-place for the promised Savior.

We are waiting for justice but it cannot be merely the expression of a certain requirement with regard to others. Waiting for justice in the Christian sense means above all that we ourselves begin to live under the eyes of the Judge, in accordance with the criteria of the Judge; that we begin to live in his presence, doing justice in our own lives. Thus, by doing justice, putting ourselves in the Judge's presence, we wait for justice in reality. And this is the meaning of Advent, of vigilance.

The watchfulness of Advent means living under the eyes of the Judge and thus preparing ourselves and the world for justice. In this way, therefore, living under the eyes of the God-Judge, we can open the world to the coming of his Son and predispose hearts to welcome "the Lord who comes".

The Child whom the shepherds adored in a grotto on the night of Bethlehem about 2,000 years ago, never tires of visiting us in our daily lives while we journey on as pilgrims towards the Kingdom. In his expectation, therefore, the believer becomes an interpreter of the hopes of all humanity; humanity yearns for justice and thus, although often unconsciously, is waiting for God, waiting for salvation which God alone can give to us.


Saturday, November 21, 2009


Gambar keterubah tu maya bala raban ari Malaysia, kelebih agi bala students ke bisi belajar ba Italy begelumu sereta makai lalu bekelal enggau diri sama diri. Mayuh mega bala ke enda ulih datai ngulu pengawa tu. Host nyendiake pemakai, of course malaysian dishes, maya begempuru tu. Pengawa bakatu ulih ngerapat ke kaul antara bala kami ke belajar ba italy ke jauh ari kaban diri sebilik. Sida tu meh meri peransang sereta nyukung pangan diri dalam sembiang!!

kena ujung bulan October bisi begelumu Hari Raya & Depavali ba Malaysian Embassy ba Rome. Bala rayat Malaysia ke bisi ba Italy dikangau magan datai begulai makai tengahhari ba diak. Mayuh endar bala ke datai sereta pemakai mayuh mega!!


Sunday, November 1, 2009


All Souls Day follows All Saints Day, and commemorates the faithful departed, those who die in God's faith and friendship. However, Catholics believe that not all those who die in God's grace are immediately ready for the Beatific vision, i.e. the reality and goodness of God and heaven, so they must be purified of "lesser faults," and the temporal effects of sin. The Catholic Church calls this purification of the elect, "purgatory." The Catholic teaching on Purgatory essentially requires belief in two realities: 1. that there will be a purification of believers prior to entering heaven and 2. that the prayers and masses of the faithful in some way benefit those in the state of purification. As to the duration, place, and exact nature of this purification, the Church has no official dogma, although Saint Augustine and others used fire as a way to explain the nature of the purification. Many faithful Catholics, including Pope Benedict XVI, grant that Purgatory may be an existential state as opposed to a temporal place. In other words, Purgatory may be something we experience instantaneously, because it is outside of the confines of created time and space. Many non-Catholics, including C.S. Lewis, have believed in Purgatory, and the official dogma of Purgatory is hardly offensive, even if the popular understanding of it has led to confusion. As a more everyday explanation, many liken Purgatory to a place to "clean up" oneself before going into the presence of Almighty God.

All Souls is the day to remember, pray for, and offer requiem masses up for these faithful departed in the state of purification. Typically Christians will take this day to offer prayers up on behalf of their departed relatives and friends. Others may remember influential individuals that they never knew personally, such as presidents, musicians, etc. This may be done in the form of the Office of the Dead (Defunctorum officium), i.e. a prayer service offered in memory of departed loved ones. Often this office is prayed on the anniversary (or eve) of the death of a loved one, or on All Souls' Day.



Solemnity celebrated on the first of November. It is instituted to honour all the saints, known and unknown, and, according to Urban IV, to supply any deficiencies in the faithful's celebration of saints' feasts during the year.
In the early days the Christians were accustomed to solemnize the anniversary of a martyr's death for Christ at the place of martyrdom. In the fourth century, neighbouring dioceses began to interchange feasts, to transfer relics, to divide them, and to join in a common feast; as is shown by the invitation of St. Basil of Caesarea (397) to the bishops of the province of Pontus. Frequently groups of martyrs suffered on the same day, which naturally led to a joint commemoration. In the persecution of Diocletian the number of martyrs became so great that a separate day could not be assigned to each. But the Church, feeling that every martyr should be venerated, appointed a common day for all. The first trace of this we find in Antioch on the Sunday after Pentecost. We also find mention of a common day in a sermon of St. Ephrem the Syrian (373), and in the 74th homily of St. John Chrysostom (407). At first only martyrs and St. John the Baptist were honoured by a special day. Other saints were added gradually, and increased in number when a regular process of canonization was established; still, as early as 411 there is in the Chaldean Calendar a "Commemoratio Confessorum" for the Friday after Easter. In the West Boniface IV, 13 May, 609, or 610, consecrated the Pantheon in Rome to the Blessed Virgin and all the martyrs, ordering an anniversary. Gregory III (731-741) consecrated a chapel in the Basilica of St. Peter to all the saints and fixed the anniversary for 1 November. A basilica of the Apostles already existed in Rome, and its dedication was annually remembered on 1 May. Gregory IV (827-844) extended the celebration on 1 November to the entire Church. The vigil seems to have been held as early as the feast itself. The octave was added by Sixtus IV (1471-84).

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Word Allah???


I have been asked by few good friends about recent controversy back home about word Allah. Below are a glimpse of what it is about word Allah and i did not make as a general statement. Just for my readers to ponder upon the word Allah.

Does it Mean God?

The word "Allah" is the perfect description of the "One God" of monotheism for Jews, Christians and Muslims!

Is "Allah" only for Islam and Muslims?
[No! It is for All Three Abrahamic Faiths.]

"Allah" is the same word used by Christian Arabs and Jewish Arabs in their Bible, centuries before Islam came.

On page one [1] of Genesis in the Old Testament, we find the word "Allah" seventeen [17] times.

Every hotel and motel has a Bible. Next time you see one look in the introduction, you will find samples of the different languages they have translated. For Arabic they have translated the verse in the New Testament in Arabic from the famous verse in the Gospel John 3:16 -

"For God so loved the world..."
- and the word the translators used in Arabic for "God" is the very same word used by Muslims around the planet, "Allah."
Where Does the word "Allah" Come From?

"Allah" comes from the Arabic word "elah"a god' or something worshiped. - (Arabic) means '

This word (elah) can be made plural (gods), as in "aleha" and it can be male or female just as the word in English can be "goddess."

"Allah" comes from "elaha" but it brings more clarification and understanding.

Allah = Has no gender (not male and not female)
"He" is used only out of respect and dignity - not for gender
Allah = Always singular - Never plural
"We" is used only as the "Royal WE" just as in English for royalty
Allah = Means "The Only One to be Worshipped"

Friday, October 23, 2009


Baru nerima gambar tu ti dianjung Joecel Uy pagi tu. Gambar tu diambi maya Wedding Dinner JOecel ba Manila taun nyin kemari. Nyau kelalu bendar makai enda sempat begambar begulai enggau bala pengantin kami sebuat. Thanks to adik Jerry and his Mom, Ad for accompanied me to Manila. Looking forward to go there again.....

Wednesday, October 21, 2009


Kemari ngaga appointment nggau doctor lalu iya madah manah nuan check blood ko iya. Nyak pagi tadi tumu aku nurun gesah2 ke hospital ti enda jauh ari endur ku diau. Dah la aku enda ingat mai scaff, nyau rangkai asai rekung aus kena chelap. Hopefully nothing wrong with the results as myself a bit weak for the past 2 weeks. Dear friends do remember me in your daily prayer and thanks for supports all this while.

My Dear Friend

Gambar kenangan aku makai seafood ba one of small town not far from Sydney. tu pemakai kami duai kaban aku nyak..Yummyyyy wish i can go there again, heheh hopefully in the near future, to pay a visit to my good and kind friend...

Dream Team

Football Team ari college endur ku diau....

Tuesday, October 6, 2009


O Jesus, our great High Priest, Hear my humble prayers on behalf of your priest, Father [N]. Give him a deep faith, a bright and firm hope and a burning love which will ever increase in the course of his priestly life. In his loneliness, comfort him In his sorrows, strengthen him In his frustrations, point out to him that it is through suffering that the soul is purified, and show him that he is needed by the Church, he is needed by souls, he is needed for the work of redemption.O loving Mother Mary, Mother of Priests, take to your heart your son who is close to you because of his priestly ordination, and because of the power which he has received to carry on the work of Christ in a world which needs him so much. Be his comfort, be his joy, be his strength, and especially help him to live and to defend the ideals of consecrated celibacy. Amen.


man of God- Priest

It seems that more than ever before our priests are victimized by all kinds of persecution, from temptations to martyrdom. They have answered "yes" to God's calling to become "another Christ" for us. Through their charitable service souls receive the Sacramental graces necessary for salvation. They are the means Our Lord uses to give us the Eucharist, Confession, Baptism... They need our prayerful support of their ministry to accomplish the mission God has given them.Our priests indeed face systematic attacks from the enemies of the Church. Besides, they are naturally subjected to their own human weaknesses. For these reasons they need the help of the Holy Spirit to remain faithful to Our Lord each and every day. Would you be willing to intercede for them? invites you to help our priests. Please join our community and "Adopt a Priest". Help our priests in whatever way you can, as the Holy Spirit leads you: Lift them up to the Lord in prayer, offer sacrifices for them, ask daily Our Lord Jesus Christ to give our priests the fortitude and the perseverance to stand firm in their redemptory mission as Our Lord himself desires.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Aku meh nyak

Bala kaban ti bisi enggau begulai masa ku cuti bulan july ba menua org suba


my loved ones

Sekeda ari bala ti bisi join dinner masa melwat ngagai kaban belayan ba Johor
Aki enggau InikBala anak nyau mansang sigat sereta bajik- (ari kiba) Nicholas, Jasmine, Victoria & Daniel


Friday, July 31, 2009

Cuti sambil Beramal

NULUNG bala kaban gawa ngumpul rumput....

Ukai semina posing ba traktor but also driba traktor nyak- occasionally jak maya traktor nadai narit lak nemu driba traktor......

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Domestic Church

Kena 19th June, beserimbai enggau Hari Besai Hati Kudus Tuhan Jesus, Pope Benedict XVI enggau ati gaga iya madah ke ngepun Year of the Priest. Sekeda bala ari college endur aku diau, bisi sama2 begempuru nggau Pope besembiang Vesper(sembiang lemai) ba St. Peter's Basilica ba Rome. Aku mega sempat enggau diak. Lantang sereta beberekat ketegal ulih begulai enggau Pope ngepun ke Year of the Priest. Ila-ila bekunsi baru pasal nama ti nyadi ba gereja besai ditu.
Nyadi gambar ba atas nyak, sekadar gambar hiasan aja. Heheheeheheheheh

Tuesday, June 2, 2009


Pic di ambi ku kaban ku ari New Zealand maya ujung musim bunga( spring). Angat masa tu tang sempat lak begambar.......

Monday, May 25, 2009

Nenek and new sweater

Aku n nenek swapped sweater...she looked nice ngena sweater ku nyak.....

House of Mother Mary

Nenen again..fotogenic nenek and sporting mai maya ku minta iya posing.....
Sida tiga on kneel besembiang ngelinggi rumah tu.......penance and prayer for their loved ones including me.....


Saturday, May 23, 2009

Padre Pio and Demon

Ba dalam bilik tu San Pio berekak nggau sitan ti ngacau iya.....

Candid lak...

Ba Loreto and it is kind of candid picture laban bala enda ready maya ku ngambi picture....

Monday, May 11, 2009

Sacred Places

Nenek in San Giovanni Rotondo. Begambar ba dalam crypt endur tubuh(uncorruptable body of Padre Pio)
Nenek and her collections ba Loreto....

Nenek begambar dalam museum ba Lanciano-(endur eucharistic miracle nyadi). Nenek really enjoy her trip.....


Nenek and Her Friends!!


Sunday, May 10, 2009


My nenek ba Pietrelcina, lawatan spiritual iya ke endur pengada Padre Pio.


Aku nggau team mate ku. Naka quaterfinal aja bala kami. Heheheeh

Sunday, February 22, 2009


Tu meh post ku ke 100. Bendar berunding nama post di kena aku ngingat ke 100. Ngam2 bisi siko princess, anak chef ba college aku ditu, begaya manah amat maya makai tengah hari tadi. Enda ingat nanya ke nama iya tang she so cute!!!!

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

CNY 2009

Sekeda ari bala nembiak sekula sereta bala ari Malaysia/Singapore ti bisi gawa ba Rome, begempuru makai tengah hari ngingat ke CNY 2009. Chelap taja bisi matapanas maya tu!

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Lunch for Chinese New Year 2009

Sekeda ari bala ti belajar ba Rome begempuru makai tengah hari tadi(15.2.09) ngerami Chinese New Year 2009! Makai ba Chinese Restaurant di empu bala ari Malaysia mega!

Friday, February 13, 2009

Urbaniana University

Begambar ba depan Pontifical University Urbaniana, Rome. Terubah iya begambar ba depan uni endur ku belajar sekumbang tu.!!!

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Crucifix of San Damiano

Aku rindu mega regang(crucifix) San Damiano. Cerita regang nyak, asal ari St. Francis of Assisi. Agi bisi ba Assisi regang nyak. Utai nyak nyadi lebuh St. Francis berunding nama ti patut di gaga dalam pengidup iya. Maya iya ti besembiang da mua regang tu, dia Allah Taala lalu bejaku enggau St. Francis, ari regang tu, madah ka" Build my Church"! Belabuh ari nyak St. Francis belabuh ke pengawa iya niri ke gereja ba Assisi!