Archbishop William Goh has written a pastoral message to Catholics in Singapore entitled "Finding Alignment in Catholic Education". Written for the occasion of Catholic Education Sunday (CES) 2019, Archbishop Goh's pastoral message touches on Holistic Education; Sense of Social Mission; and Alignment in Vision and Collaboration in a Common Mission.
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How can we as a Catholic community, help to strengthen the Catholic ethos of our schools so that our students’ future will be bright and happy, as they contribute to the Church, country and humanity?
“This is my Body… This is my Blood.” Catholics who attend Mass regularly are intimately familiar with these words of Jesus, spoken by the priest over the bread and wine in the Liturgy of the Eucharist. But how many of us actually understand what they mean?
CHN/CN/2019/014 Dear Brothers and Sisters In Christ, Peace with you all! The following are the excerpts from the latest Chancery Notice: Fr Terence Kesavan is appointed Spiritual Director for the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd for a term of two years with effect from 15 August 2019. Fr Gregory Tan SJ is reappointed as [...]
As part of the CatholicSG Conversation, we asked on our social media platforms if you display sacramentals or items in your work space to remind you of Christ and our mission in the world . Here's what some of you shared! "I have a picture of the [...]
CHN/BNN/2019/001 The following candidate Deacon Friar Aiden Peter OFM from the Order of Friars Minor (Franciscans), will be called to order of Presbyterate on 27 October 2019 at Church of St Mary of The Angels by His Grace, Archbishop William Goh DD. The publication of these banns fulfil the canonical requirement, can. 1051 2o. [...]
Pilgrimages have been in existence for as long as the Christian faith has been around, going as far back to the time of persecution. The earliest archaeological evidence of pilgrimages points to early visitors to the home of Mary in Nazareth and scratching an 'M” on the walls of the cave home.
Christians began to Cross themselves as early as 200 AD by tracing a small cross on their foreheads. Over time, variant practices emerged as Christians began making larger crosses over items and themselves.
The birth of St John the Baptist highlights the importance of our role in preparing for Jesus in our lives. The Solemnity of Sts Peter and Paul is a reminder of our missionary calling to witness to the truth.
CHN/CN/2019/013 The Chancery recently receives reports a man named Jeffrey Lee Hwe Sin, also known as Alan Lee, A-Lan Lee, Alberto Lan Lee or Elijah, who gave the impression that he was connected to the Order of Discalced Carmelites (OCD) and claimed to be ordained by a bishop from Thailand. However, Lee's ministry in [...]