The booking for Masses in January 2022 will be made available on Tuesdays at 3pm via myCatholic.sg, on the following dates:
Timeframe of Masses
28 December 2021
Stage 1 booking for Weekend Mass and all Weekday Mass Bookings in January 2022
04 January 2022
Stage 2 booking for any balance Weekend Mass and Weekday Mass
11 January 2022
Stage 3 booking for any balance Weekend Mass and Weekday Mass
18 January 2022
Stage 4 booking for the remainder Weekend Mass and any Weekday Mass.
Parishioners will be able to book ONE Weekend Mass and up to FIVE Weekday Masses at each stage, subject to availability. You may choose any weekend in that month as long as there are slots available.
Mass booking/ cancellation cut-off time for our parish is 1 hour before Mass.
NEW YEAR'S DAY MASSES
Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
10.15am & 12.15pm (230 pax, Vaccinated-only)
The Epiphany of the Lord (Saturday Sunset Mass)
4.30pm (50 pax)
06.00pm (230 pax, Vaccinated-only)
REQUIREMENTS FOR VACCINATED-ONLY MASSES
Parishioners booking a slot for a vaccinated-only Mass must show any one of the following:
Proof of being fully vaccinated (e.g. using TraceTogether or HealthHub app)
Vaccination Ineligibility status reflected in their TraceTogether or HealthHub records
They have recovered from COVID-19 up to 180 days from the first positive Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test result obtained will be permitted
From 1 January 2022, in line with the Government regulations, vaccinated-only Masses will NOT include Pre-Event Testing (PET) results for entry.
Entry will be denied if you fail to produce the relevant test results or proof of vaccination.
Children aged 12 years and younger can still participate in Vaccinated-only Masses. The number of children allowed is no more than 20 percent of worshippers present for the Mass.
In line with Government Advisory, we would like to remind those who may be feeling unwell and the elderly (age 60 and above, especially those unvaccinated) to stay home and refrain from attending any in-person religious activities for the safety and well-being of everyone.
God Bless & Stay safe!
Updated as of 24 December 2021