As a government-aided school with affiliation to the Catholic Church, the school conducts religious activities to nurture the spiritual development of students who wish to take part.
The Catholic faith formation programme, Faith Alive! is held every Friday from 12.30pm to 1.30pm. Catholic
students are encouraged to come together as a community to learn about their faith and to pray. Praise and
worship sessions are also held during these weekly sessions for the Catholic students. Speakers are occasionally invited to share their faith journey.
The sessions are led by our school chaplain, Mr Wilson Chew and 5 AES Catholic staff members, Mr Rene Loh, Ms Feline Tong, Ms Wang Ping, Mr John Martens and Ms Wendy Chan.
Other events planned for students include:
- Faith Alive! Sessions
- Mass at the beginning of each semester and beginning of examination period
- Confessions and Sacrament of Reconciliation during the season of Lent
- Morning rosary prayers in May (Month of the Blessed Virgin Mary) and October (Month of the Holy Rosary)
- Year-end retreat or recollection
Our Catholic students are given opportunities to use their talents to serve God, by providing music during Eucharistic Celebrations through playing instruments like the organ and guitar and singing, serving as lectors, or leading the school in prayer during assembly every morning.
We pray that St Louis Marie De Montfort, our patron saint, will continue to watch over us and guide us each day and in all work that we do.
Founders' Day Mass 2017