1 SEP to 4 OCT

Season of Creation 2023

In our own ways, we are called to join the river of justice and peace. 

  • Educate ourselves and our families about Laudato Si’ – Care for our common home
  • Make lifestyle changes to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle 
  • On behalf of all Creation, to speak up for climate injustice especially to the poor, and the loss of biodiversity.

“Till and keep” the garden of the world…

(Gen 2:15)

God grants man “dominion” over the earth; implying a relationship of mutual responsibility between human beings and nature. Man is given the duty to protect the earth and to ensure its fruitfulness for coming generations. “The earth is the Lord’s” (Ps 24:1); to Him belongs “the earth with all that is within it” (Dt 10:14).

“Everyone’s talents and involvement are needed”

Pope Francis

Take concrete actions in the care of our common home. Join the Laudato Si´Action Platform in the journey towards total sustainability in the spirit of integral ecology.

Pope Francis wrote an “encyclical letter” called LAUDATO SI, MI’ SIGNORE – “Praise be to you, my Lord”. It encourages us to see how “everything is connected.” The way we treat the Earth, our common home, is a reflection of how we treat each other. Caring for each other means caring for the home we share.

The Letter

The Letter, tells the story of a journey to Rome of frontline leaders to discuss the encyclical letter Laudato Si’ with Pope Francis. The exclusive dialogue with the Pope, included in the film, offers a revealing insight into the personal history of Pope Francis and stories never seen since he became the Bishop of Rome.

Climate Change

The destruction that Man is rendering to the environment and each other…

“Everything is connected. Concern for the environment thus needs to be joined to a sincere love for our fellow human beings and an unwavering commitment to resolving the problems of society.”

“The Earth, our Home, is beginning to look more and more like an immense pile of filth.”

Pope Francis


6 Sep, Wed | 8am – 12pm

Sew your own Morsbag Workshop!

No more single-use plastic. Reduce wastage by upcycling.
Venue: Canteen
When: 6 Sep, Wed | 8am-12pm   /  7 Sep, Thursday | 1-5pm   /  9 Sep, Saturday | 1-5pm

9 Sep, Sat | 8.30am – 11.30am

Beach Clean Up @ Pasir Ris Park

Calling all youth & young adults to help clean up the beach.
Venue: Meet at CDM Foyer

16 Sep, Sat | 8 – 11am

Nature thru’ lens of God @ Pasir Ris Beach & Mangroves

Nature Walk & Photography. Calling our families to join us to walk or capture nature’s beauty in a photo competition! 
Venue: Meet at CDM Foyer

23 Sep, Sat | 2 – 3.30pm

Movie Matinee – ‘The Letter’

The Letter tells the story of a journey to Rome of frontline leaders to discuss the encyclical letter Laudato Si’ with Pope Francis.
Venue: CDM Parish Hall

23 Sep, Sat | 3.30 – 7pm

Eco Fair

Come join us in our Eco fair with Morsbag booth, Thrift Shop (SSVP), Upcycling / Recycling booth and Farmers’ Market.
Venue: CDM Foyer
Other Dates / Time:
24 Sep, Sun, 8am-1pm & 5-7pm

4 Oct, Wed | After Evening Mass

Blessing of Pets

Honoring Saint Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of ecology and animals
Venue: CDM Foyer
After Evening Mass

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As individuals, you can adopt sustainable lifestyles to consume less energy and resources. The list below are some practical lifestyle changes that you may want to consider. They are definitely not exhaustive. What are some of the better ways you can think of to help protect our Common home for our future generations? When we slow down the pace of resource depletion to let Earth heal, we are actually saving ourselves.

Active Mobility

The Adoption of Sustainable Lifestyles is grounded in the idea of sufficiency, and promoting sobriety in the use of resources and energy. Adopt sustainable lifestyles like greater use of public transport, walk or cycle more…

Conserve Energy

Reduce the use of airconditioners especially when the weather is cold. Use natural ventilation or fan instead. Turn off water heaters when weather is hot. 

Live Simply

Buy less and reduce waste or recycle by living simply. Direct excess resources to those who needs it more. Give alms.

Avoid Single-Use Items

When ordering takeaway food for consumption at home, opt out of single-use disposables e.g. spoon / fork / chopsticks. Minimise usage of  styroform and plastic containers.

Use Water Mindfully

Reduce the number of baths if necessary. Use washing machine with full load. Avoid water wastage by fixing leaks. Refrain from dumping paints / chemicals / rubbish into the public drains meant for rain water collection.


The creation accounts in the book of Genesis suggest that human life is grounded in three fundamental and closely intertwined relationships: with God, with our neighbour and with the earth itself.

Prophet Amos cries out: “But let justice roll on like a river, righteousness like a never-failing stream!” (Amos 5: 24) and so we are called to join the river of justice and peace, to take up climate and ecological justice, and to speak out with and for communities most impacted by climate injustice and the loss of biodiversity.


Andrew Khng

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