CDs for Sale

Thank you for your interest in our range of CDs.  These CDs are available for sale at the CSC Media Kiosk during Friday Growth sessions and the monthly 4th Saturday Healing Service.  Our opening hours are: Friday Growth:  7.00pm – 7.45pm and 10pm – 10.30pm 4th Saturday:     5.30pm – 6.30pm and 10pm – 10.30pm We regret that we currently do not have the facility to provide mail delivery services.  Should you not be able to visit us at the regular opening hours, please email us your CD order at media@csctr.net and we will make arrangements for your collection at a time convenient to you.  God bless.

The Jesus Prayer – Prayer of the Heart

By Rev Fr William Goh
Set of 2 cds

Talk 1: The Origin and Method of the Jesus Prayer
Our hearts are restless until they rest in God. In the depth of every person’s heart, there is this deep thirst for God. But quite often, people desire to pray but do not know how. Furthermore, St Paul exhorts us to “pray constantly” (1 Th 5:17). How can one be in the continuous presence of God in prayer, even whilst we carry on with our daily activities? In the first session, we will get back to the roots of the Jesus Prayer, its origin and objective. We will also consider the method of praying the Jesus Prayer effectively.

Talk 2: The Efficacy and Relevance of the Jesus Prayer in our Lives
In this session, we examine the nature of the Jesus prayer, particularly the psychology behind this method of prayer; its relevance to the modern man; the power of uttering the Name of Jesus and the fruits of those who give themselves to this prayer. We will also seek to establish the significant relationship between the Jesus Prayer, the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet, which we know are also devotions that have inspired and brought many closer to Christ.

Price: $10.00

The Kingdom of God

By Rev Fr William Goh
Set of 4 cds

 

Talk 1.    The Kingdom of God and Jesus

The most certain historical datum about Jesus’ life is His proclamation of the Kingdom of God.  This was the central message of Jesus. Instead of preaching about God, He spoke about the Kingdom of God.  Instead of defining who and what God is, He described Him in the way He relates to humanity.  What is novel about the Kingdom of God is that it is totally and exclusively God’s doing.  It is purely a gift from God to be accepted in gratitude and love. Whilst it is true that it is a gift, it is also a task, as one needs to welcome the Kingdom.  This entails conversion and a change of life.   In the final analysis, Jesus is the Kingdom of God in person by His teaching and activities.  In Jesus, we see God’s reign and His unconditional love.

Talk 2.    The Coming of God’s Kingdom:  Within History, Beyond History or Here and Now

To appreciate better the message of the Kingdom of God, we must apprehend this theme from the background of the Old Testament’s idea of the Kingdom of God.  Three perspectives of the Kingdom of God, namely, a national-political view of the Kingdom within this history; an apocalyptic view of the Kingdom in the next world; and an ethical notion of the Kingdom, give rise to two approaches to Christian life. Our spirituality is determined by how we see that Kingdom: either as a reality that is “Not Yet” and thus we live in the future; or as “Already” and therefore we seek to make it happen now.And then there are those who hold to the tension between the present and future of the Kingdom.

3.    Characteristics of the Kingdom of God

 

During the time of Jesus, the Kingdom of God was understood by different people in various ways.  It was understood primarily as a teaching concerned with the end time (eschatology).  But is the Kingdom already present here and now?  In what form is the Kingdom taking shape in our lives?  The Kingdom of God concerns the present and the future of history.  Although it is principally a religious message, it also has social and political implications.

Talk 4.      Praying the Lord’s Prayer in the Context of the Kingdom of God

The central message of Jesus’ preaching and ministry is the Kingdom of God.  Accordingly, anyone who wants God to reign in His life must welcome it through prayer and an active response.  To assist us, Jesus gave us the “Our Father” as the pattern of all prayers.  The Lord’s Prayer can be said to be the “Manifesto” of Christian Faith.  To appreciate the power of this prayer as a summary of the Kingdom of God message, we must see it in the context of the coming of God’s Kingdom.

Price: $20.00

The Mystery of Creation: Why did God Create the World and Humanity?

By Rev Fr William Goh

Price: $6.00

The Person and Identity of the Holy Spirit

By Rev Fr William Goh
Set of 14 cds

Price: $70.00

The Power of God in Our Lives

By Rev Fr William Goh

Price: $6.00

The Power of the Rosary

By Rev Fr William Goh

Price: $6.00

The Sacrament of Penance

By Rev Fr William Goh
Set of 2 cds

Price: $10.00

The Spirit of the Easter Liturgy

By Rev Fr William Goh
Set of 4 cds

Price: $20.00

Theology of Death

By Rev Fr William Goh
Set of 3 cds

Talk 1: The Christian Vision of Death as the Key to Life
Science and technology can improve the material life of humanity, but in the face of death, they are powerless. Society either seeks to hide death, or trivializes it by reducing it to an ordinary biological-psychological process, thereby robbing it of the spiritual dimension. As man is not simply a material being but also a spiritual being, death becomes the key to defining what man really is. Repression and trivialization not only dehumanizes death but life itself. Thus, it is urgent that we examine what Revelation has to tell us about the meaning of death in the context of immortality and the resurrection of the body.

Talk 2: Dealing with Death as a Christian
Death affects the whole person, not simply the body. As Christians, what attitudes should we have towards death? Do we treat death as the enemy, or should we embrace Sister Death as our companion at the end of our life? This talk will examine the psycho-spiritual dimension and the Christocentric perspective of death.

Talk 3: The Significance of the Final Moment of Death
At the end of our journey in life, there is no possibility of return because death is the final consummation of life. Our last moment is thus a moment of great significance; it is our final chance to freely decide, once and for all, whether we are for, or against, God. But can a person at the threshold of death exercise free decision, since by then he is often unconscious or helpless? Or will he be given a special illumination by God so that the act of death is personal and free?

Price: $15.00

Theology of Faith – Faith Under Challenge Today

By Rev Fr William Goh
Set of 4 cds

Talk 1: The Crisis Of Faith
Faith is in question today. It is not that our beliefs are being challenged but rather, the very act of faith, that is, the “what” and “why” of faith. The gulf between faith and experience has led to the present crisis of faith. Yet faith is very much a part of our human constitution, without which human existence is not tenable.

Talk 2: The Dual Dimension Of Faith: Trust And Knowledge
Faith demands a total response of man to God. A total act of faith involves the dimensions of knowledge, trust, submission, communion and hope. Faith is trusting that God is reliable, and embracing the Christian message as revealed to us by Christ. Far from being an intellectual engagement, faith involves an existential surrender of the whole person in obedience to God and his commands.

Talk 3: The Act Of Faith: How Does One Come To Believe?
Faith is a gift from God. It is an act, a voluntary acceptance of what we do not see, but trust in its certainty. Is it irresponsible to make an act of faith in something that we do not see? Why are some unable to make the act of faith? This talk will consider the subjective and psychological dimensions of faith.

Talk 4: The Personal Dimension of Faith
People today are not easily convinced by doctrines unless they can link their experience of God with their daily life. For them, faith must therefore be at once existential, experiential and personal. Accordingly, it calls for an inter-personal relationship of love and dialogue between God and the individual, one that is built on trust and commitment. Such a relationship requires a complete conversion and commitment to the person of Christ. This commitment is then expressed concretely in obedience to what God has revealed to us in Christ, which is lived out in one’s daily life.

Price: $20.00