Office for Catechesis
  • Latest Announcement 

    We're Hiring!

    \We are looking for the following positions:

    1. Programme Executive
    2. Catechetical Manager, Children with Special Needs

    HURRY!  Application Closes Sunday 21 February 2021, 6.00pm. 
    27 Nov 2020

    In support of the catechetical ministries in the parishes, we would like to provide the following resources for you and your families as you journey through this liturgical year. 

    Advent Reflection for Families

    Designed with parents in mind, this resource can be used to complement the catechetical programme in your parish. Read on here for more information.

    2020/2021 Liturgical Calendar

    This resource is often used in the catechetical space and depicts the liturgical cycle, highlighting the feasts days and the various seasons in the Catholic Church. With online catechesis being advised by MCCY until further notice, OFC has decided to provide a high resolution soft copy in support of online catechesis. 

    When face-to-face catechesis resumes, parish catechetical teams may wish to print out hard copies for each catechetical space. Please contact us at for the A2 printable softcopy and the ensuing printing instructions as well.

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    Catechist's Prayer 2021
    Download here

    2020/2021 Liturgical Calendar

    Download here

    Catechesis Continuity Plan (v3.0)

    Download Here
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a Catechist

  Be part of this exciting ministry of drawing people to Christ

Children and Youth Catechesis

Find out more about the catechetical sessions for children and youths

Rite of Christian 
Initiation for Adults

Seeking for God?  Inquire now.

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and Events

Current schedule of Catechesis Courses and Events

Upcoming Events and Courses

RCIA Online Tutorial
Franciscan At Home: Discipling Adults

4 Sessions | Fridays | 05 Feb - 19 Mar 2021 | Online

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FCC03 Enact Virtues Education in Your Prayer Space

*formerly known as The Five Strategies' of the Virtues Project
4 Sessions | Saturday & Sunday | 06 & 07 Feb 2021 | Online | More details

BCC04 Introduction to Morality

6 Sessions | Tuesdays | 16 Feb - 23 Mar 2021 | Online | More Details

BCC02 Scripture

7 Sessions | Wednesdays | 24 Feb - 07 Apr 2021 | Online | More Details


Catechetical Awareness Weekend - 22 / 23 AUG 2020

We all are called to hand down the faith, to echo His name. Whether we are sharing lives with our colleagues, within the four walls of our home with our children or over online platforms or video calls to friends, we are gifted with the chance to share Jesus with someone else. It is part of what being a disciple of Christ is. It is from this same depth of love that the call to echo His name in your parish stems from. 

Would you answer his CALL to Echo His Name to the future generations  ​of young Catholics in your parish today?
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Starting on Pentecost Weekend 2020, the SEEK and SHARE campaign celebrates our Catholic faith

by encouraging EVERY Catholic to share their faith to potential inquirers of the Catholic faith. 


Is there more to life on earth? 
Is there life after death?
What are you seeking? 
What does it mean to be a Catholic?

  • SEEK provide Inquirers, people keen to know more about the Catholic faith, with
  • Useful information of the RCIA journey, and
  • Stories and videos of faith journeys, and
  • A sign-up page to be an Inquirer


Looking to deepen your faith? 
Keen to give back to your parish community?
Wish to learn more about traditions an practices of the Catholic Church?
Excited to share your  Catholic faith?

SHARE provide Catholics with useful resources to share their faith 
  • Be part of this campaign through your social media platforms. Download and share campaign messages with people who may be seeking the faith.
  • Resource from the Office of New Evangelisation (ONE) 
  • A sign up-page to be a Sponsor
Read more here

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Daily scripture reflection by

Archbishop William Goh

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