I went to this church this morning. It is Gereja Katolik (Catolic Church) Santo Laurensius at Alam Sutera, Banten, Indonesia.
It was the second time I’ve been there. But today was my first time for having the eucharistic liturgy here (not at the basement floor, because I arrived early ^^) I was quite amazed. The church is actually smaller than the church I used to go, but this church…looks huge inside! I love the interior, it looks gothic and semi modern. Seems like the cathedral right? Yeah, the church is really beautiful in white ❤
So, it would be good if I save the memory of the place through my phone right? 🙂
Happy Sunday, everyone!
This daisy was pretty. I found it at IKEA.
But unfortunately it was an artificial one 😐 #lol
Majority and minority will always be there in our circle.
In my country, we have celebrate 1 June as the birthday of Pancasila. Pancasila is our ideology which generally has a meaning, bhinneka tunggal ika or diversity in unity. This day has reminded us that our country was born of the cultural diversity. Even though there are the lines between them, won’t it be wonderful if the diversity could support each other in developing our country? 🙂
My company, PT Fitrafood International, had an event at Food and Hotel Indonesia (FHI) 2017 at JiExpo Kemayoran last April. This event was my first project after I joined this company. I have some work to do for this project such as making a new design for Fitrafood’s catalogue and preparing the visualization of the booth includes menuboard, banner for freezer, table and backdrop.
Selamat Paskah is a greeting about Easter in Indonesian language. Catholic and Christian celebrate it every year.
Talking about Easter, Catholic people used to fasting during Pra-Paskah, which starts with Rabu Abu. The fasting is not like our moslem friends do, which are not allowed to eat or drink in particularly time. But Catholic people must eat fully once a day and have a deal with theirselves about an idea to not do particular activity every Friday.
Then, Catholic people have a holy week before Paskah. They also used to go to church to attend Minggu Palma (Palm Sunday), Kamis Putih (Holy Thursday), Jumat Agung (Good Friday) and Sabtu Suci (Easter Vigil).
On Palm Sunday, Catholic People celebrate the triumphal entry of Jesus into Jerusalem as a beginnin of the holy week. Next, Holy Thursday is the commemoration of the Last Supper of Jesus. On Good Friday, they remember how Jesus are suffered and died by crucifixion as the ultimate sacrifice for people’s sins. Then, they celebrate resurrection of Jesus from the dead on Paskah (Easter Sunday).
In this modern era, Easter is closed enough with the art of egg painting / Easter Egg and bunny. I still have no idea why Easter Egg and Easter Bunny are related to this. I hope I’ll find out about it soon 😁
Happy Easter! Selamat Paskah!
A gift for a newborn baby of my sister. When they have grown up then see this photo, I hope he’ll like it 😊