Vidimus stellam eius in Oriente

Ever since the website GCatholic.org was created more than fourteen years ago, countless hours of research in libraries and on the internet, reading and programming have resulted in 18,500 web pages. The aim has been to provide information about the past, present, and even the future of the Catholic Church based on objective facts.

The idea of creating a blog has been present for years and recently the desire to do so has intensified. While GCatholic.org serves to provide only objective information, there is a lot more about the Church that I would personally love to write about. Through this blog, I will post on issues that interest me, including but not limited to history, liturgy, saints, churches, cardinals, bishops and ecclesiastical trivia. My Chinese background and personal interests on computing, astronomy and mathematics will also serve to provide topics of my future posts here.

"We have seen his star in the east, and have come to adore the Lord." (Mt 2:2) On this Solemnity of the Epiphany of the Lord, I entrust this blog to Christ the Saviour, who manifested the greatness and love of God to the world, and instituted the Most Holy Church so that people from east to west and for ages and ages can come to adore him.