Monday, February 11, 2008

Hello ! Can i have your attention please !

YCS has a new part-timer, let's welcome Adrian to the YCS family! Adrian is currently facilitating the SJII group and will be taking on more cell groups in time. He will also be on hand to assist the national exco, so expect to see him around at our events. If you have any questions, you may contact him at 98537610.

See you around !
Love, Denise.

Sunday, February 10, 2008

May i first wish everyone a very happy Chinese New Year ! And may God guide each and everyone of you along the way :D Here's more details of the upcoming event; Music fest (Theme: Tonite@456, Dress code: Black & White)

Place: Catholic Spirituality Centre (1261 Upper Serangoon Rd, Opposite Nativity Church)
Date: Saturday, 16th Feb 2008
Time: 0456PM - 0930PM

There'll be more updates on rehearsal dates and times (if any). Please check back ! Thanks !
Now be there, or be square ! :D
I'll see you there !

With love, Denise.


Hello lovelies ! Here's a survey from Daphne, please take the time to do it if possible ! Thanks ! :D

The XXIII World Youth day is going to take place in Sydney, Australia from 15th to 20 July 2008. During the WYD a Youth festival will taking place by the co –organizing effort of YCS & YCW. And that youth festival will be based on the real life survey of young people between 15-35 years old. So for that IYCS is doing a survey in Asian YCS Family which will help them to understand the present reality and needs of our students.

Please take the time to fill up the survey form and send it to Daphne at, before 17th February. Thanks!

If you are aged between 15 and 30, YCS and YCW want to hear what happening in your life and what matters to you. Your responses will be kept anonymous and will form the basis of an event at World Youth Day 2008 and a public statement. This survey should take 5 – 10 minutes to complete. Please return it to . Thanks for your time!
1. What are the 2 greatest challenges you (and the young people around you) face in everyday life?
Be specific. It may help to think of what worries you or makes you angry.
2. What are the 2 most positive things in your life?
It may help to think of what makes you happy or brings you peace.
Of the four things named above, focus on the one that is most important to you for questions 3 - 8.
3. What exactly is happening?

4. What do you think and believe about this situation?

5. Where do these thoughts and beliefs come from?

6. Are these thoughts or beliefs connected to faith or spirituality in any way (please circle)?
Yes No Not sure
If yes, how?

7. What can young people do to make a difference to the situation you have described?

8. What can others do, for example government or church?

What country do you live in?
What year were you born?
Are you: Studying at high school Studying at a university or TAFE
Working Looking for work
Are you: Christian – Catholic Christian – Other
Muslim Buddhist
Jewish Hindu
Other (please name): ________________ No religion
Does your religion affect how you live?
Yes, definitely Somewhat No Not sure
If so, how?

What, if anything, do you know about Catholic Social Teaching?

Till then, Denise (: