Chancery Notice CHN/CN/2020/017 This notice is issued with reference to Banns of Ordination CHN/BNN/2020/002, regarding the ordination of Deacon Emmanuel Teo Ming Ti OCD of the Order of Discalced Carmelite Friars, to the Order of the Presbyterate.
Dear Brothers and Sisters-in-Christ, We thank you for the positive emails and messages coming through on our channels concerning myCatholic.sg and the Mass Attendance Registration System (MARS). When the Church embarked on this project, her focus was to help enable Catholics to go back to Mass safely, orderly and fairly. By the grace of [...]
The schedule for all churches may now be accessed at myCatholic.sg/schedule. Please follow these 4 steps for the booking of slots for Mass: Where do I go to check? Visit myCatholic.sg/schedule When can I do the booking? Refer to the "Mass Booking Start Date and Time" schedule to look for the church that you [...]
Some of our churches resume Masses this weekend and so the booking for Mass slots will commence this Wednesday 1 July 2020. The Booking Start Time is staggered to help smoothen the online booking experience for you:
The booking of slots for Mass will commence this coming Wednesday, 1 July 2020 at 9am. More information will be released in the next few days, so please keep an eye out for it.
The COVID-19 Task Force and the team behind myCatholic.sg would like to thank the many caring Sisters and Brothers-in-Christ who have given us invaluable feedback about our preparations for the Registration process and Booking of Masses during this Phase 2 period. In this update for you, here are some key reminders that will be useful for you to keep handy
The COVID-19 Task Force and the team behind myCatholic.sg have received a number of encouraging messages and emails from Catholics in Singapore. In response, the team would like to offer some updates and clarification on a few things.
Chancery Notice CHN/CN/2020/016. Latest Chancery Notice with announcements, updates on appointments for Church Organisation/s and Parish/es within the Catholic Church in Singapore.
To ensure that the Catholic Church in Singapore does her best to (1) keep everyone safe and (2) to have a fair system for the allocation for Masses, the Mass Attendance Registration System (MARS) has been developed within a new portal www.myCatholic.sg
MCCY has on 18 June 2020 announced that public religious services in Singapore will be permitted but on a much reduced scale and with strict guidelines which must be adhered to.