CM Lim Guan Eng on Good Friday – The Herald’s article

The other day, on Good Friday, Penang Chief Minister visited our church. I admit I was so thrilled to see him there. And I am not the only one. Back home, WMD and I kepoh and we wonder if he is a Christian. Of course, we do not know. But WMD said she saw him said the Lord’s Prayers. (there is no Powerpoint slide during the Lord’s Prayers because we are all expected to know it by heart)

Meanwhile, I was on duty taking care of the OHP which is 200+ pieces of Powerpoint and didn’t have time to peek. Damn peik cheik wei, cos the CM and the 500 + parishioners were relying on the words on the overhead projector and Good Friday’s service is a once a year affair so I have to give full concentration or else skali I messed up, mampus I pulak kena hang on the cross.

Anyway, here is the pdf file of The Herald’s on CM Lim Guan Eng’s visit to Cathedral of the Holy Spirit to join us in our Good Friday’s mass. It is in .pdf file and I think quite a big file ‘cos this is the first time I use the scanner at home.

(The Herald is the weekly newspapers for Catholics in Malaysia. Nay…that publication which Pak Lah said we cannot use the word Allah inside?)

8 Replies to “CM Lim Guan Eng on Good Friday – The Herald’s article”

  1. Jinny – Hi! How are you? I guessed cos from his past articles, he had mentioned King Solomon’s verses. But dare not assume, later wrong, susah lor. 😛

  2. Is he (Christian)?
    I recalled he didn’t show up when he was invited for a Christmas party at our church 7-8 years ago. Our pastor also a doctor at that time, apparently quite close with him. May be he is, after so many years!!

  3. Leah – I really don’t know. But I do know he can quote King Solomon’s verse of ‘A time for tears, a time for joy’ very well. I read that in one of the old interviews. So, it doesn’t matter if he is a ‘real’ one or not but the faith is there and probably kept him strong all these while. Hahaha, we are so busybody. 😀

    Better don’t speculate anymore. Shhh…. :mrgreen:

  4. Jinny – Thanks for the link! Wow, so many familiar names there. Hehehe, there are 18 in DAP but only 4 each in MCA and Gerakan. 🙂

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