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Notice for Catholics in Singapore

on COVID-19 and its impact. Update: 27 March 2020

Holy Week updates from The Archdiocesan COVID-19 Taskforce

Masses online: Sun 10am; and Mon-Sat 1pm.
Mass with Children: Sun 8am
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HOLY WEEK UPDATES

March 28th, 2020|

In view of our escalating Covid-19 situation this week and anticipating further escalation, the government has introduced further physical distancing measures for the community, and a specific directive on comprehensive measures to reduce transmission for religious gatherings.

Penitential Services in the Districts and Parishes

March 19th, 2020|

Given the serious situation of the COVID-19 contagion and with the rising number of infections both locally and in other countries, His Grace, Archbishop William Goh has instructed all parishes to suspend Penitential Services in the Archdiocese.

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