Social Mission Conference 2016 – Formation Resources

Join us in our formation journey!  See the list of resources below.

Living Mercy
– A formation series to accompany our preparation for the Social Mission Conference 2016

Encounter with Others
Living Mercy 1 – Encounter

Who is my Neighbour?
Living Mercy 2 – Who is my Neighbour


Do look out for more in this space!
(* More reflection slideshows will be loaded leading up to the conference!)



From other links:

Church if St Ignatius –
River of Life-Waters of Mercy’ A series of talks and reflection by Fr Christopher Soh, SJ. In the Church of St Ignatius during the recent Lent and Easter seasons.


Jubilee of Mercy –
The official website of the Jubilee of Mercy. Get the latest news, articles, formation resources, reflections by our Pope Francis and many others from this website.


Vatican –
Misericordiae Vultus Bull of Indiction 
of the extraordinary
Jubilee of Mercy


A video clip by the Catholic Relief Services –
Listen and reflect on the message by Cardinal Tagle, President of Caritas Internationalis on his definition of mercy in response to the Year of Mercy declared by Pope Francis.


Caritas Internationalis Prayer –
Join in and pray with our Catholic family worldwide in the different prayers for different causes – Migration, Conflicts and Disasters, Health, Food and Development.


Vatican Radio –
‘Cardinal Tagle: Jubilee of Mercy needed now more than ever’
Listen and reflect. In an exclusive interview with Vatican Radio, the Archbishop of Manila and President of Caritas Internationalis, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, said the world needs the Year of Mercy now more than ever.


Vatican Radio –
‘Pope Francis: Divine Mercy excludes no one’
Listen and reflect. In his catecheses on mercy, said that the Gospels show us a Jesus who, in every moment of His earthly life, made mercy visible, that God’s love is open to all and no one is excluded from God’s merciful love.


Herald –
Read and reflect on Cardinal Tagle’s message on what charity is. He stressed that charity is to be done from the heart, never out of obligation nor with a superior attitude.