Sacrament of Baptism for Infant and Children
Baptism is one of the sacraments of initiation into the Catholic Church. Parents who present their infants for baptism accept the responsibility to bring them up in the faith.
Infant and Children Baptism are conducted on the first Sunday of the following months.
Jan, Mar 5, May, July, Sep & Nov.
Forms can be downloaded from our Parish website. Please submit your application 2 weeks before the baptism date.
Copies of this form are also available at the church racks or Secretariat Office Tel. 6264 0078 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sacrament of Baptism for Adult
The journey towards baptism starts with the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). RCIA is the process by which adults are initiated into the Roman Catholic Church. Should you be interested in joining the RCIA as an Enquirer to the Faith, please download the application Form from our Parish website.
Copies of this form are also available at the church racks or Secretariat Office.
(Preferably should have a link to RCIA)
RCIY - Rite of Christian Initiation for Youths
Sacrament of Confirmation
At Confirmation, we are sealed with the gift of the Holy Spirit and strengthened in their Christian life. The Sacrament of Confirmation completes the Sacrament of Baptism.
Depending on your age, Confirmation is received through either our Adult Confirmation (at Easter) or at our Catechetical Programme.
If you would like more information about Confirmation, please contact our Secretariat Office at 6264 0078 or Email email@example.com
Sacrament of Matrimony
Arrangement for Weddings must be made at least one year before the date of Marriage.
If you would like more information about Holy Matrimony, please contact our Secretariat Office at 6264 0078 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Marriage Preparation Course (MPC) or the Catholic Engaged Encounter (EE)
The Archdiocese requires couples to attend the MPC or the EE before the wedding.
Either course should be attended preferably before the engagement is formally announced.
Communion for the Sick and Homebound Parishioners
As part of pastoral care of our parishioners, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion (EMHC) brings Holy Communion to them as a sign of support and concern shown by the parish community for its members who cannot be present at the Eucharistic celebration.
If you have family members who are homebound, please contact our Secretariat Office, if not available, you can call Pastoral Office.
Secretariat Office Tel. 6264 0078 or Email email@example.com
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick
The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is administered both to the dying and to those who are gravely ill or are about to undergo a serious operation for the recovery of their health and for spiritual strength. This Sacrament is available for parishioners of all ages.
The sick can approach his own parish.
Please contact our Secretariat Office, if not available, you can call Pastoral Office, email or call any of the priests for an appointment. Alternatively, you may approach a priest after Mass.
Parish Office Tel. 6264 0078 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
House Blessings are traditionally requested by residents who move into new homes, who wish to have a priest bless their houses. This assures home owners of the blessings, protection and holy presence of our Lord Jesus in their lives and residences.
Please contact the Priest personally to make the necessary arrangements.
Parish Priest email@example.com Email Address +65 6261 2931 • Office Telephone
Asst. Parish Priest firstname.lastname@example.org • Email +65 6268 0452 • Office Telephone
Funerals are often a time of distress for families and funeral arrangements under these circumstances can be challenging to coordinate multiple issues.
The Archdiocese of Singapore, in helping to streamline the course of action for families of the deceased, is establishing broad principles which would assist the families.
1. As a principle the funeral is normally arranged at the parish of the deceased.
2. The parish of the deceased is determined by the parish that he/she normally had been attending for their Masses and liturgical services.
3. Before arranging a time or day of funeral and cremation, do contact the parish concerned to determine the availability of a priest.
4. In the event that the parish that was contacted is not the parish of the deceased, it would be the duty of the secretary to forward the information to the relevant parish and inform the families concerned.
5. The parish secretary will assist in sourcing a priest of the parish or another priest for the families to conduct the funeral rites. Call at 6264 0078
6. For all other logistics in relation to the funeral day and rites, it will then be directed to the parish that will be conducting the funeral.
7. In the case of dispute, the territorial parish will assume responsibility for the funeral.
8. If the parish venue is not available, the parish should arrange for an alternative venue.
9. In exceptional cases, the Mass for the funeral can be held at the venue of the wake.