Welcome to WYKAAO
Welcome to WYKAAO
Memories of Father Frank Doyle by Father Naylor and Father Zee and poem What is Death from Homily delivered by Fr Mark Raper SJ at Mass celebrating the life of Francis George Doyle SJ (4 October 1931 ~ 17 March 2011) on 22 March 2011, at St Ignatius Oratory, Loyola House of Studies, Manila.
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"Much pain has been caused over the in-take issue, all with the best intentions.
Though not directly addressed to many, I hope all who love WY, will respond and pray for the healing and work for the future in unity of heart, mind and action. A.M.D.G.
I'm copying to HK Jesuits, WYK SMC, my beloved Form 2 (1966), and a few on WYOFF, in Vancouver, Anthony Ho in Toronto..... I think Fr. Deignan won't mind if Monty (WYOFF) and Tom Ho (WYKPSA) ... could circulate this letter around more alumni. We are living the Passion and hopefully the Resurrection of Christ through these events.
Many thanks for all the love for WY expressed in different ways throughout the world." -- Fr. George Zee
"Mar 17 (11:36 pm)
Dear Friends of Fr. Doyle,
I have just been informed by a Jesuit scholastic in Manila that our beloved Fr. Francis Doyle had just returned to God! This is indeed a very saddening turn of event. But we trust in the merciful God who must have prepared a much better place for his son, Francis, to be with Him eternally! Let us pray for Fr. Doyle's eternal peace and consolation for his loved ones! In prayers
If you would like to view the photos of Fr. Doyle's funeral oratory, please visit the following link:
Fr. George Zee has gone to Manila representing the Jesuits in HK to attend the Funeral which is to take place tomorrow." - Fr. Stephen Chow
Rose, wife of John Ho (65), left Toronto on March 1 to tour Japan and was at Nikko when the disastrous quake hit Japan on March 11. A seasoned traveller, she writes on her experience and observation during these difficult days. Her reports from Nikko, Tokyo and Narita Airport are in our Blog site.
Our 12th annual Spring Banquet was successfully held on 26th Februray with 9 tables of members and guests. Pictures can now be viewed here.
Notes from the featured talk can be downloaded here.
The happy evening ended with a short video of the 2011 Homecoming Concert at WYK.
" ... I went to Shanghai to attend an opening ceremony of an art exhibition by a Hong Kong artist who held his exhibition at a new art gallery in Shanghai. The artist is Dr Dominic Lam, a Hong Kong Wah Yan 1965 graduate. He is the Chairman of World Eye Organization, and the inventor of a new form of painting known as 折光畫 or, painting by Chromoskedasic Process. It is this new form of painting that he is introducing to the Shanghai public. I believe that more such exhibitions by Hong Kong creative artists held outside Hong Kong will help promote the cultural image of Hong Kong.
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17th Feb was the Chinese Lantern Festival and the Festival celebration in Shanghai continued for a number of days. It was this Festival that made my short visit to Shanghai a specially colourful one. Our art exhibition opening ceremony took place in the evening on 18 Feb. On that day, we had the morning and most of the afternoon free. We spent the time visiting the Yu Yuan Spring Folklore Lantern Festival site.
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