Reflections of the Day
When people are saying, “Peace and security," then sudden disaster comes upon them.
(1 Thessalonians 5:3)

Today’s readings might remind us of the old Boy Scout motto: “Be prepared.?Be always ready because you never know what might come your way. Be always ready so that you aren’t just reacting to situations when they arrive. Be proactive, never idle, but always prepared to do whatever good deed you can.

In today’s first reading, St. Paul tells us that there will never be perfect peace or absolute security in this world. Wars will rage. Families and friends will suffer divisions. Poverty, disease, and suffering will persist until the end of time. So that means there will always be opportunities to reach out and help!

Today’s Gospel also tells us to be ready to care for the people around us. When we hear the parable of the talents, we usually focus our attention on developing our skills, but let’s take it one step further and focus on the mission at hand. Jesus is asking us to join him in building his kingdom here on earth. He is asking us to take all that he has given us and put it to good use, and not just for ourselves and our families. The world is in such deep need of peace and security. Our contributions - of intercession, of mercy, of generosity, and of love - can make a significant difference. We can see dramatic returns on our investment if we partner with the Lord.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if, when Jesus came back, he could say to each of us, “Well done, my good and faithful servant" (Matthew 25:21)? Wouldn’t it be great to know we can come with him and share in his joy?

We can do great things for God. We can use our talents to help make this world a better place. So let’s pray today for all who are suffering in the world. Let’s pray for an end to war and to poverty. And let’s join Jesus in bringing his peace and security to everyone.

Meditations, 19 November 2017 ~ The Word Among Us

We Pray
“Lord, please take what little I have and multiply it for the sake of your people."
Parish News
 Faith Formation: "The Wild Goose - The Spirit and the Eucharist"

Wednesday, 22 November 2017, 8.00 pm in the Parish Hall.
The Eucharistic liturgy is saturated with the presence of the Holy Spirit. From the moment you decide to go to Mass the Holy Spirit is active and alive. In this segment we will look at a few of the many ways that the Holy Spirit is present in the Mass that will enable you to encounter God when you attend the Liturgy. All are welcome!


 Warden is Recruiting

The Warden Ministry invites those interested to join their team. If you are keen to join them, you may register at the Church foyer the weekend of 11 & 12 November and 18 & 19 November.


 Sacrament of Confirmation

22 October 2017, which was also World Mission Sunday, 70 of our youths in our Level 9 catechism class received the Sacrament of Confirmation. His Grace Archbishop William Goh celebrated the mass and the youths were challenged by the bishop to be witnesses for Christ.

Confirmation Mass photos can be viewed and downloaded from here



Primary Level - No catechism sessions for the month of October. Sessions resume on 4 November.
Secondary Level - No catechism sessions on 1 October.


 Pianists Wanted

Trinity Choir (Sunday 9.30 am) cordially invites committed parishioners who know how to play the piano to serve at Mass. Those interested, please contact Joel 8223 3156 or Carisia 9688 8563.


 Who's cooking this week

The Charismatic group is serving breakfast this weekend. Free coffee and tea while stock lasts.


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Usual Mass Schedule


6.30am & 6.00pm (Public Holiday - 9.00am only)


6.30am 5.00pm (Novena) 6.00pm (Sunset Mass)


6.45am, 8.00am (Mandarin), 9.30am, 11.15am 6.00pm


Confessions is available 20 minutes before Mass on Saturday evening and Sunday


Removal of Rental Bicycles

Those who ride rental bicycles to Church, kindly take the responsibility of returning them to the designated public bicycle-parking area. Please do not leave them within the Church premises. Your cooperation is appreciated.

PowerPoint Presenters Needed

[Weekday & Weekend Masses] If you are interested in volunteering and is conversant with PowerPoint, please leave your contact number with the Secretariat.

Blessings of Anniversary Couples

Blessings of Anniversary Couples will be rescheduled to the 2nd Sunday of every month with effect from February 2017.

Blessings of Expectant Mothers

Blessings of Expectant Mothers will be rescheduled to the 4th Sunday of every month with effect from January 2017.

Dress Code for Mass

The EXCO discussed and wish to remind Parishioners that attending Mass with improper attires will reflect the lack of self-respect display by the individual. Kindly dress appropriately.

Holy Communion

Please be aware that the Church takes a very serious view of blessed body of Christ. It is meant for Catholics only. DO NOT encourage your non-Catholic friends to receive the communion. Incidentally, a host was found lying somewhere in the Church.

Cry Room

Cry Room is meant to pacify your crying child(Only 1 adult to accompany your child). Do retain Reverence that is needed in the House of God. Teach your child to Pray instead of play. Refrain from eating or drinking.