Serving needy kids in Pattaya

Morning walk for children from day care centre. It was a mission trip to bring love, hope and joy to underprivileged children in Pattaya, Thailand. But for the 46 mostly young Singapore missionaries who went, they received from their beneficiaries as much as they gave.The missionaries, mostly aged 13-18 from the Church of Christ the [...]

Chancery Notice – 14 December 2016

OBITUARY Mr. Michael Ng Kok Siang, the father of Fr. Albert Ng, has passed away.Mr. Ng’s wake will begin tonight, Wednesday 14 December 2016, at Block 460A Ang Mo Kio Avenue 10, Street 44, Pavilion.Details of Funeral:Date: Saturday 17 December 2016Time: 11amVenue: Church of Christ the King, 2221 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 8, Singapore 569809Cremation will follow after at [...]

Parishes open their doors to pray for 24 hours

Responding to Pope Francis’ call to participate in the “24 Hours for the Lord” initiative, several parishes in Singapore held Eucharistic adoration and reconciliation services from the evening of March 4 to the evening of March 5.The pope launched this worldwide initiative in 2014, to be held on the Friday and Saturday preceding the fourth [...]

ARCHBISHOP’S MESSAGE: Church and nation building

As Catholics, we have every reason to celebrate, because the Church has been instrumental to the growth and development of Singapore. From education to healthcare, she has not only founded institutions that have helped to springboard us from a backwater slum to the first world country that we are today, but more importantly, she has [...]

Prostrate or Perturbed?

SFX Bulletin, 4 January 2015 The Greek word “Epiphaneia” from which we get the English word “Epiphany” means “appearance” or “manifestation” of a divine reality.  The Church celebrates this as a Feast marking the revelation of Jesus Christ as the Son of God not only to the Jewish people but to the whole world – [...]

Jesus: Shepherd King

SFX Bulletin, 23 November 2014 City-dwellers like us may find it difficult to relate to today’s Solemnity which presents Jesus as King.  “Kings” are almost historical due in part to the domination style of leadership.  Jesus’ Kingship, however, is different.   It is more like the tender zealous love of the Shepherd for his sheep as [...]

Launched: Year dedicated to Mary, Star of New Evangelisation

He was deep in prayer one day when he felt a voice saying to him, “Have you consecrated this new work of the new evangelisation, the priests, the Religious and the laity? Have they committed and consecrated themselves to the Blessed Mother?”That was the start of Archbishop William Goh’s desire to consecrate the work of [...]