9 Feb 2020
5th Sunday in Ordinary Time


If we are not able to witness concretely to the love of Christ in our lives, then we are truly salt that has gone tasteless. Our flavor and impact are lost. How difficult it is to get them back again. In the late 1940s the Christophers movement began in the United States. The Christophers’ motto, “It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness,” attracted many through the Christophers’ effective use of the media, advertising, and the encouragement of its members to proclaim Christ in the workplace. Jesus calls us to be that candle and to set ourselves in the most visible place. Jesus, who brought eternal light to the world, tells us that we, too, are the light of the world. Through our words and actions we must let our light shine in the sight of all so that in seeing our good works, everyone may give praise to God.

The season of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday. It is a day of fasting and abstinence.

There will be imposition of ashes at all Masses:

  • 26 Feb 6.15am, 6.00pm, 7.30pm

Stations of the Cross will be held every Friday in Lent at 7.30pm followed by Mass at 8pm. NO 6pm Mass.

Collection of old palms Sat 1 Feb - Sun 16 Feb. These will be burnt and the ashes will be used on Ash Wednesday, 26 Feb. Please place them in the boxes at the foyer.

New RCIA conducted by Fr. Richards will begin on Thu 30 Jan 2020.

This journey to know the Catholic Faith is for all non-Christians and baptized Christians. 

If you know of someone who is searching for God, who is trying to understand the meaning of life or wanting to know more about the Catholic faith, invite him/her to this journey in faith, to discover for themselves the faith we profess.

  • Time: every Thu 7.45pm - 9.45pm
  • Venue: Lecture Hall at level 4 (lifts B & C)

Please download your registration form here.

Next Infant Baptism will be held on:

  • Sun 1 Mar, 12.45pm
  • Application closes on Sun 16 Feb

Preparatory Session:

  • Sun 23 Feb, 1.30pm in room #02-01
  • Registration begins at 1.15pm
  • Compulsory for 1st time parents and godparents

Download application form and guidelines here.
Forms are also available outside the parish office at level 2.

We welcome children who are between 5 to 8 years old to come together for the Gospel Readings which will be explained in their level of comprehension & understanding.

  • Date: Every 3rd Sunday of the month
  • Time: 9.30am Mass
  • Venue: Parish Hall (former Chapel)

Children will be seated with their families at the Main Church. Upon invitation by the Priest, the children will leave their seats to join the Catechist, who will lead them to the Parish Hall (former Chapel) for the Breaking of the Word.
The children will be guided and return to the Main Church to join their families after the preaching of the Homily.

As of this announcement, dating couples intending to enter into marriage in the Catholic Church will be required to book the date of the Church wedding one-year in advance.

The booking will confirm upon the couple signing the acknowledgement of the necessary requirements that the priest will explain to them.