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October Mass Booking

September 13th, 2020|

Bookings for October Masses begin next Tuesday, 22nd Sept in staggered scheduled timings across the churches. You may see the schedule here: https://mycatholic.sg/schedule. For the [...]

Mass Booking now open for two weekends

September 12th, 2020|

The ArchDigital Church Team has announced that the faithful who have registered with their parish churches on the MARS system, will now be able to book for a second weekend Mass.  

Columbarium visits from 1 Sept 2020

August 26th, 2020|

With the continued low transmission of COVID-19 in the community and as part of the gradual safe resumption of activities, from 1 September churches are allowed to accept columbarium visitors (by appointment) who are not presently registered with them under the Mass Attendance Registration System (MARS).

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The more we live authentically as Christians, the more we change the world around us. Through her example and witness, Mulan changes her commander, who trusts her even though he rejected her existence earlier, and convinces the witch working with the villain to repent. By recognising and living out our identity as God’s children and disciples, we too can serve as an example and lead others to greater unity with Christ.

Saying Yes to Spiritual Discipline

Discipline is an important element in the call of Christ to us to be Catholic men of God. Jesus wants us to receive the greatest prize of all – eternal life. And so he warns us not to fall into the trap that the people of Noah’s time did. They did all the things we do today: eating, drinking, buying, selling, and getting married. There’s nothing wrong with any of these activities, of course. But the problem was that in all their busyness, there was little or no room for God.