Tuesday, October 20, 2009

On the road to Jerusalem

Dear readers of my blog

I will be on a 10 day hiatus as i will be on my first ever pilgrimage to the Holy Land. I won't be taking my computer with me, though it does seem tempting. But I do know that the quality of my pilgrimage could well be compromised if I am concerned about what I want to blog about each day. So, I shall depend on recording the experience in my mind's eye, and put 'pen to paper', and if I feel it's anything worth writing about, you may see it only after I return on 30 October. Meanwhile, may I ask that you pray for a spirit-filled pilgrimage? Thank you, and God love you.

Fr Luke


  1. Dear Fr Luke

    Thnk you for your interesting blog which I have just discovered today. I will definitely continue to logon to your blog from now on. Do have a spirit-filled pilgrimage! God bless.

  2. Wow walking the talk already Father after your blog on Mission Sunday! Kudos to you. It's a good thing that you are leaving out gadgets as they can be interfering rather than interceding. As the best form of communication is still face-to-face, heart-to-heart...telepathic. May you have a great conversation with God through the people that you encounter on a spirit-filled pilgrimage.

  3. Hi Fr Luke,

    BON VOYAGE! Will definitely pray that you will be spiritually enriched & physically recharged during your pilgrimage. You really deserve this break after the hectic pace of your last few months at IHM & experiencing the "resettling blues" in OLSOS.
    Must commend your decision to detach yourself from your computer & have quality time with Jesus during this period. (I liken it to switching off handphones during Mass)
    Look forward to seeing a spiritual "makeover" in you when you return to your mission field in S'pore! With love & prayers, Maria (IHM)

  4. Hi Fr.Luke,
    May it be a wonder-filled pilgrimage.Pls pray for me.See you Fr Luke and God Bless.

  5. Dear Fr Luke

    Wishing you a fulfilling and spiritually enriching pilgrimage. Looking forward to reading your blogs when you return.