The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) is a process in which men and women are guided and cared for as they awaken in faith and are gradually introduced to the Catholic way of life.
The RCIA process is marked by liturgical rites in the presence of the whole community, and it takes into account the spiritual needs of each person as he or she comes to know Christ and the Church.
The RCIA core team includes catechists and facilitators who guide, support and instruct those seeking to become members of our Catholic community – through catechesis, home sharing sessions, fellowships, retreats and church visits. Each Catechecumen and Candidate will be accompanied by a spiritual companion (known as a sponsor) through his or her RCIA journey.
Masses during Holy Week
Holy Thursday: 7.30pm
Good Friday: 9.00am, noon, 3.00pm & 5.30pm (Mandarin)
Easter Vigil: 8.00pm
Easter Sunday: 7.15am, 9.15am, 11.30am & 6.00pm (Mandarin)
6.15 am (Mondays to Saturdays)
6.15 pm (Mondays to Fridays)
8.30 am (Public Holidays)
Saturday Sunset Masses
6.00 pm (English)
8.00 pm (Mandarin)
30 minutes before weekend masses
5.00 pm Saturday