Celebrating 200 years of the Catholic Faith in Singapore since 1821
“I have come to bring fire to the earth, and how I wish it were blazing already!”
Every Catholic is invited to renew our faith:
Take part in the following:
- Official Prayer
- Prayer marathon
- Catechetical talks
- Penitential services
- Works of charity and mercy
- Intercessory prayer sessions
Participate in group discernmentexercises on the role of our faith:
- Parish life
- Serving the poor and marginalised
Participate in events that witness the faith in:
- Social mission
- Family life
Come together as one Church for:
- Concurrent Mass
- Plenary Indulgence
- Mission rallies
- Catholic200SG Festival
Click here to sign up for Catholic200SG Whatsapp updates on upcoming activities and events throughout the year till December 2021.
Participate in the Collective Discernment
Go through this extraordinary spiritual exercise written by our Archbishop . Experience personal renewal and contribute your ideas to future of the Archdiocese! You can do this exercise via video, podcast or through a booklet!
Can't wait to be part of Catholic200SG?
Explore ways to participate fully and meaningfully in the celebrations:
DialogueSpaceSG Sculpture Design Submission
Design a sculpture to inspire dialogue and action for the common good among young adults in Singapore, and remind future generations of this commitment and continuous engagement.
During this year of faith, let us live out our faith in our society by pledging to do an act of charity.
What is Catholic200SG?
Official Catholic200SG Prayer
Let's pray for each other.
Submit prayer request or pray for the submitted requests.
About the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore oversees 360,000 Catholics. The Titular head is the Most Reverend William Goh, Archbishop of Singapore. The Archdiocese has 32 parish churches spread across five districts in Singapore. From providing spiritual formation and pastoral care for its members and those in need, the Archdiocese in communion with the Pope; carries out its moral and social responsibility by working in collaboration with the government, NGOs and IRO, to preserve peace and unity, promote justice and truth in our society.
Catholic200SG marks the 200th anniversary of the Catholic Church’s presence in Singapore. Throughout its history, the Catholic Church has impacted the development of the nation for the common good, through shaping ethical values, education, social justice, healthcare and interreligious dialogue. This commemoration seeks to engage and share with Catholics and Singaporeans about the role of the Catholic Church in Singapore through festivals, talks and public events so as to strengthen communal relationships and build community resilience.