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Gradual Resumption of Masses: (Step 1) Registration for Catholics (Step 2) Booking for Masses at Church of St Michael [Mon - Fri: 6.30am, 6pm], [Sat: 4pm, 5.30pm, 8pm], [Sun: 8am, 9.30am, 11am, 5.30pm]

This Week

In Our Community – 9 August 2020

Eucharistic Celebration every Sunday at 11am, Making the Psalms Your Prayer Book, Share Your Story, Talk About Mental Wellness, Prayer Binds the Community Together, Share Your Story, Staying Connected with One Another, Seniors Club, - Check out what is happening this week at CSM and more, around the Archdiocese!

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Liturgical Reflections
Faith Formation

Featured Story

The name, “Jesus” means in Hebrew, “GOD saves”. In His name is His mission and identity. Since God alone can forgive sins, it is God who, in Jesus his eternal Son made man, "will save his people from their sins,” in Jesus, God recapitulates all of his history of salvation on behalf of men. (C.C.C. 2. 430)   Biography: Jesus lived from 6 or 4 B.C. to A.D. 30 or 33 in Palestine, a Mideast country that was occupied by Rome during his lifetime. Hometown: Nazareth He spoke Aramaic and probably also Hebrew and Greek. We know him by his Greek name (Iesous) and not his Jewish name (Jeshua). Jesus was Jewish. He attended the local synagogue, observed the Sabbath and Jewish feast days, [...]

Featured Story

In writing about the nation,  and drawing upon concepts coined by Anthropologists such as Victor Turner, Sociologists such as  Benedict Anderson have written about how the idea of a nation is a social construct and is by and large, "an imagined community" - "imagined" because "the members of even the smallest nation will never know most of their fellow-members, meet them, or even hear of them, yet in the mind of each lives the image of their communion." (Anderson, 15) At the same time, nations are communities ‘because, regardless of the actual inequality and exploitation that may prevail in each, the nation is always conceived as a deep, horizontal comradeship’ (Anderson, 16). Central to the construction of a ‘nation’ is [...]


Suspension of Eucharistic Celebrations and Devotions

Dear Parishioners and visitors,

Peace be with you. In line with the stricter measures for social and physical distancing, all Eucharistic Celebrations and Devotions congregating in a physical location are suspended until further notice. Do refer to the what’s In Our Community for more details. Thank you for your patience.

Weekend Masses
Sunday Mass liturgy
Sat. Sunset Mass Saturday
5:30 PM (English) in Main Church
Sun. Mass Sunday
10:00 AM (English) in Main Church

5:30 PM (English) in Main Church

Weekend Masses (Other Languages)
Sunday Mass liturgy
Sun. Mass Sunday
8:00 AM (Mandarin) in Main Church

Public Holiday Masses
Public Holiday Mass 7:30 AM (English) in Main Church

Weekday Masses
Including Saturday masses before sunset
Weekday Mass Mondays to Fridays
6:30 AM (English) in Main Church
6:00 PM (English) in Main Church
Weekday Mass Saturday
6:30 AM (English) in Main Church

Includes prayers, devotions, novena and intercessory prayer service(s) conducted by the Parish
Christian Meditation
Christian Meditation Tuesday
8:00 PM (English) in St Michael
Holy Hour
Holy Hour (Every 1st Friday of the month) Friday
7:30 PM (English) in Main Church
Prayers & Intercessions
Legion of Mary Tuesday
8:00 PM (English) in Main Church
Columbarium Prayer (every 3rd Sunday of the month) Sunday
9:00 AM (Mandarin) in Columbarium
Columbarium Prayer (every 3rd Sunday of the month) Sunday
11:30 AM (English) in Columbarium