VITA Images with ArchComms in collaboration with the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd, held the first VITA Images public talk on: Ramp-up your Photography Know-how on 27 July 2018. Professional photographer Anthony Kho shared his knowledge and experiences with about 60 participants who are volunteers or enthusiasts from the Archdiocese.
The CatholicSG Facebook page has now over 20,000 followers. We thank all of our followers for their edification! This is a positive sign that the content created by workers and volunteers alike have been well received by members of the public. Let us continue to like, share and talk about our faith in the [...]
His Grace together with his Consultors and Senate of Priests have decided to appoint lay professionals to handle the administrative and editorial work at CN. This is so that our priests may dedicate themselves more freely to their pastoral work. Archbishop William Goh will remain owner and publisher of CN. Mr Sunny Wee, who [...]
ArchComms held the VERITAS Seminar/Webinar: Untangling Fake News on 28 Jun 2018. the 30+ local attendees were joined by online participants, who were mostly church workers and volunteers from Malaysia and Brunei. Veritas Workshop Materials
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Singapore is represented at the Regional Commission for Social Communications Conference held 18-21 June 2018 at Keningau, East Malaysia. Members at the conference have agreed to work closer for collaboration and to leverage on each other's strengths and resources.
Catholic journalists, communication and media professionals were invited to attend the World Communications Day (WCD) Mass held Sun 10.30am,13 May 2018 at the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd. This was the first time that the WCD was observed in a special way by the Archdiocese. The day’s proceedings included - A rosary was recited [...]
A new micro-site was developed to help counter the prevalence of fake news in our Archdiocese and beyond. The special URL created for this site is www.fakenews.catholic.sg Micro-sites and URLs that were created earlier for the Archdiocesan Instant Messaging (IM) channel (www.telegram.catholic.sg) and Official Messages (www.check.catholic.sg) are now subsumed under this new micro-site, which also contains [...]
A curation of Instant Messaging content from the Archdiocese. Not sure if the WhatsApp message you received is real or fake news? Go check at www.check.catholic.sg
The Ecclesiastical Tribunal of the Judicial Office has launched their new website. Developed by ArchComms, the website contain details of the services it provides, FAQs as well as a tracking service for those with ongoing cases. Visit www.tribunal.catholic.sg
The Archdiocese has launched its official Instant messaging (IM) platform. Its purpose is to convey information on security emergencies, fake news, etc., directly to her members in a timely manner. Visit www.telegram.catholic.sg to learn more about it