EC for the Unvaccinated
Saturdays at 7pm
5 parishioners only
Updated 26 Dec 2021
Register your interest with
Parish Admin Office
COME AND SEE!
RCIA – Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults
We will be commencing the new RCIA process and therefore please invite those that you know who are non-baptised to come and see.
Register your interest with the Parish Admin Office firstname.lastname@example.org
The date of the commencement will be announced shortly.
Updated Timings on
14 Jan 2022
Book your timeslot with the Parish.
4.45pm to 5.15pm
Please book your timeslot no later than 12 noon the day before.
Register at https://bit.ly/CSMAdoration
Updated 26 Dec 2021
Register with the Online Form
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Register : https://tinyurl.com/csmweekdayrecon
Our CSM priests will be available on the following days and times:
Monday, Tuesday & Friday evenings (after 6pm EC)
Tuesday mornings (after 6.30am EC)
Register : https://forms.gle/CCdYprYrx94Zyakw9
Infant Baptism Preparation Team
We are looking for parishioners who will be helping us to prepare couples to have their babies baptised. The team will execute a programme that has been written for this purpose.
Baptisms take place only four times in a year in our parish.
Email your interest to: email@example.com
Church of St Michael
Please ARRIVE 20 MINUTES before the Eucharistic Celebration (EC).
The gates will close 5 minutes before the start of the EC. We will not admit latecomers.
Do your Mass online booking at MyCatholic.sg
When you arrive at the Church
(2) SHOW your identification card
Those WITHOUT a working Token or TraceTogether App will be DENIED ENTRY.
Walk-ins will also NOT be allowed.
Please DO NOT LINGER on church grounds or its immediate vicinity after EC.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Our library is open! We have about 300 books available in our library for borrowing. We have a wide range of books on faith, spirituality, healing, Mother Mary and many others. For those who are interested in studies and deeper readings, we have commentaries, bible dictionary, church history books too. A book review website indicated on this week’s Pilgrimage is also made available for your reference.
Due to the safety management measures, the list of books are made available in our CSM website under Library section for easy browsing. To borrow, write in to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate the title of the book. Our librarians will provide you with more borrowing details.
We also have books for children ranging from 2 years old onwards. We have also selected some activities for our children to extend their book experience . To have a peek on the type of activities, simply scan the QR code as shown. This would also be made available on this week’s Pilgrimage.
Check out the suggested games and activities specially curated for each book. Click here.
Cannot Decide Which Book to Read?
Click the above image to see some recommendations
or check out our links below.
- View CSM Book Reviews here .
- Browse through the available list of books using CSM website.
- 300++ titles of physical books for borrowing.
- Provide book title and/or author to librarian.
- To borrow, write in to email@example.com
- Holy Spirit
- Salvation History
- Introduction to Bible
Columbarium Monthly Prayers
Every 3rd Sunday of the month, CSM Bethany Prayer Group gathers with the community on Zoom to Pray for the Dead.
20 February – 1pm
Join Zoom Gathering
Meeting ID: 2912529125
(Note that there will be a new Zoom password for each monthly session)
Tuesdays, 8pm – 9pm
Strictly for fully vaccinated.
Location: St John Vianney Room
Name that Place
Name given to the space at the kitchen and seating area outside
Our parish is blessed to be named after St Michael the Archangel, a protector and leader of the heavenly hosts against the forces of evil. We pay tribute to our patron saint and dedicate Michael’s Patio – a space of openness, abundance and sustenance – to welcoming everyone to this parish with love and a spirit of generosity.
Name that Place
Meaning ‘Circle of stones’ (Hebrew)
Name given to the church wing comprising all the classrooms.
A place where there was a school of the prophets
(2 Kings 4:38), and whence Elijah and Elisha, who resided here, “went down” to Bethel ( 2Kings 2:1-2). It is mentioned also in Deuteronomy 11:30.
[Gilgal was a place of memorial. Gilgal was a place of consecration and change. A place of worship. A place of judgment. A place of prophets.]
Name that Place
Name given to space at the Sacred Heart Grotto
In the Angels’ Courtyard, this space between the two buildings and a place where parishioners hung out before Covid-19 restrictions. A central space of our parish envelops us in the constant protection of our Archangel and patron saint St Michael. As we gather, our guardian angels gather with us. Together with the heavenly hosts, who proclaim God our Father’s presence and protection, we are strengthened and comforted by His love.
Name that Place
Meaning ‘House of God’ (Latin)
Name given to the church wing with the Worship Hall.
In Gen 13, Abram stayed here and built an altar on his way to Egypt and back as he parted ways with Lot. Later, in Gen 28, Jacob was fleeing from his brother Esau and fell asleep on a stone. Here, he dreamt of a ladder going up to heaven with angels going up and down it. In his dream, God promises to keep the covenant made with Abraham with Jacob. When Jacob woke up, he “took the stone that he had put under his head and set it up for a pillar and poured oil on top of it. He called the place Bethel. (Gen 28:18).. “this stone, which I have set up for a pillar shall be God’s house…” (Gen 28: 22)
Name that Place
Name given to Columbarium
In 2 Kings 2: 20, prophet Elisha was heading from Gilgal to Bethel, where he performs the miraculous purification of water in Jericho. Elisha’s Spring symbolises the hope of everlasting life as all who sleep in the peace of Christ await to be welcomed into the eternal Paradise of God’s Kingdom.
Eucharist Intentions Offerings
is now ONLINE!
Now you can submit your special intentions and well-being of your family and friends, and for your departed loved ones. Payment is online as well.
Around Our Archdiocese
Marital First Responder
L1 Training (MFR)
Have you ever been approached by a friend/relative to chat about their strained marital/intimate relationship? Did you know how to respond to them? Catholic Family Life, in collaboration with Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) and Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS) is organising Marital First Responder L1 Training (MFR). MFR shares tools on how to communicate effectively with your personal networks to guide them to resolve their own marital conflicts by employing the core skills.
To find out more or to register, go to bit.ly/CFL_MFR or scan the QR code:
Companions of Jesus
Starting 7 Mar 2022
It is at the Incarnation that the companionship of Wisdom for humanity appears most strikingly. Jesus Christ – Wisdom Incarnate – no longer calls us servants but friends, for he has made known to us all he has received from the Father (cf. John 15:15). Jesus longs to share all he has with us and to be our consolation in our cares and sorrows (cf. LEW 59).
Come discover the true and holy joy of Wisdom’s friendship everywhere, in everything and in the everyday as Companions of Jesus.
The Office for the New Evangelisation has produced a reflection e-booklet to journey with you throughout Lent. They are available in English, Chinese and Tamil. The reflection theme is “The Word Renews”.
Please download the e-booklet at: https://bit.ly/Lenten2022
It will be available for download from 13 Feb 2022 onwards.
Let us, as one Church, journey together to listen to each other’s faith experiences, joys and challenges. We invite all Catholics to join in the Synod conversations. Come together in small groups of 2 to 5 people to PRAY, REFLECT, SHARE and LISTEN to what God’s will might be for the Church going forward. Find the conversation topics, starter questions, the steps to do this conversation and access to the submission form on www.catholic.sg/synod May the Holy Spirit be with all of you as you begin your conversations.
UGAT-ACMI Free Counseling Services
UGAT’s SGot Kita, Kabayan Helpline are available for (Filipino) migrants in Singapore.
SGot Kita, Kabayan is a designated free online helpline developed specifically for migrants in Singapore.
UGAT has counsellors who speak various languages and dialects in the Philippines, such as Tagalog, Cebuano, Bicolano, Bisaya, and Hiligaynon, for those clients who are more comfortable sharing in their own language.
The helpline service is open on Monday – Sunday, 9pm – 12am.
New audiobooks from the
Daughters of St Paul
In his World Mission Sunday message, Pope Francis reminds us that “To be on mission is to be willing to think as Christ does, to believe with him that those around us are also my brothers and sisters.”
As an aid for the synod, a highly recommended book is Pope Francis’ encyclical on fraternity and social friendship, Fratelli Tutti, now available as an audio book so you can listen to it as you commute, walk, cycle, wherever you are. Also on audiobook is Nostra Aetate, the ever relevant Vatican II document on our relationship with other religions. Both available on Audible, and wherever great books are heard! Soon also on Spotify and Apple Music.
Listen to samples of both books on Audible shorturl.at/ejlvA
By Catholic Family Life
Need someone to journey with you through the stages and challenges of life? Trained Para-Counsellors are available via Zoom.
Please call 66318963 (Mon – Fri 12pm to 4pm)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or
Visit https://cpc.familylife.sg/ to book your session.
CBN Career Counselling
Dear Friends of CBN,
Our Career Counselling Service is now available on Zoom Meeting.
In these current times, this can be a valuable service for you, as you can have discussions with a trained Counsellor on Career exploration, Career planning, Career transitions, Workplace challenges, Job Search strategies etc.
Click Here to Register.