Screengrab from the revamped website.Screengrab from the revamped website.

The archdiocesan website has been revamped.

Archbishop William Goh announced the move in a letter sent out to priests, Religious, and Catholic organisations,
The revamp took about a year to complete and was done by the archbishop’s communications team.

The archbishop said that the website was part of the Singapore Church’s efforts to “evangelise more people”.

The website aims to “reach out and engage Catholics, both active and lapsed, as well as non-believers on matters of our faith and how to live out our Christian calling as Catholics in today’s secularised world”.

Features of the revamped website include job/volunteer postings for parishes/organisations; the ability to get an event out to the wider Catholic population; helping Catholics to reignite their faith or return to Church; an avenue for Catholics to share their faith stories to inspire others; an avenue for submitting prayer requests and praying for one another; and daily reflections from the archbishop.

The website is at www.catholic.org.sg

All existing users will have to re-register at www.catholic.org.sg/registration/

After registering, users can post event/job submissions. It will take three working days for registrations to be processed. For help on how to use the website, visit www.catholic.org.sg/admin

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