Pray with the Community
Archdiocesan Prayer Mission
Prayer reminds us that it is only by the grace of God that we can achieve what we set out to do.
The Archdiocesan Prayer Mission provides a regular platform for Catholics in Singapore to lift up the needs of the archdiocese in prayer.
Organised by and held at the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd, the faithful gather monthly for Mass and Eucharistic Adoration to intercede for the archdiocese and the people behind its organisations and projects.
Date: One Thursday every month
(Please refer to the Events page for the dates of the next Archdiocesan Prayer Missions.)
(The usual 6.30pm weekday Mass will not be held on days of the Archdiocesan Prayer Mission.)
Venue: Cathedral of the Good Shepherd
You can also share a virtual prayer for the archdiocese here.
Note: This Archdiocesan Prayer Mission replaces the previous intercessory prayers that used to be held on the second Saturday of each month in the Cathedral’s Annex building.
Online Prayer Group: Weekly Community e-Rosary
Catholic Foundation has created an online prayer group to intercede for the archdiocese.
Facilitated by a chat group created in the messaging application, WhatsApp, several volunteers and staff of the Foundation join one another every week in remote prayer at an agreed time. Every Wednesday at 10.00 pm, members of this chat group spend half an hour wherever they are to pray the rosary for a common list of intentions for the archdiocese.
If you would like to join us, do drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission Masses are held twice a year, so that every donor and volunteer will have a chance to come to express thanks to God for the work that is being done in the archdiocese.
Annual Thanksgiving Mass
The Annual Thanksgiving Mass is held for benefactors, volunteers and representatives of various archdiocesan organisations, who come together to praise and thank God for all the work made possible through God’s grace binding the efforts of the many offices and organisations as one Church. Held at the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd, it is celebrated by the Archbishop with the key archdiocesan organisations offering special gifts symbolising their work.