Special Announcements

According to the “Diocesan Pastoral Guidelines on the resumption of public masses, group gatherings and Holy Week Liturgy“ issued on 30/3/2021, the Parish will resume public mass from 1/4/2021. From 1/4 – 17/5, the Valtorta College Hall would be used for DSE Exam. All Sunday masses would be held in the Church. Masses on Sunday will be held at 7:00am; 9:30am; 10:45am (in Chinese) and at 8:15am; 12:00 noon (in English). Click <here> for details.   

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According to the “Diocesan Pastoral Guidelines on the resumption of public masses, group gatherings and Holy Week Liturgy“ issued on 30/3/2021, the Parish will resume public mass from 1/4/2021. From 1/4 – 17/5, the Valtorta College Hall would be used for DSE Exam. All Sunday masses would be held in the Church. Masses on Sunday will be held at 7:00am; 9:30am; 10:45am (in Chinese) and at 8:15am; 12:00 noon (in English). Click <here> for details.   

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Church History

Bishop Lorenzo Bianchi celebrated the consecration of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Tai Po on 11.6.1961. Rev. Narciso Santinon of PIME was appointed the first rector. To pay tribute to the Holy Mother, the church was thus named as the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Other than the main church itself, there are quite a few subsidiary chapels and mass centres as follows:

  • Saint Anne Wang Mass Centre
  • Saint Zhang Dapeng Chapel
  • Epiphany of Our Lord Chapel (No more Mass Service)
  • Holy Family Chapel (No more Mass Service)
  • Immaculate Conception Chapel (No more Mass Service)

Church Architecture

The History of the Parish of Tai Po


Online Pilgrimage : Introducing the Immaculate of Mary Church (in Chinese)

Pilgrimage pamphlets on our church & its history:


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Published on: 30-08-2018 (Last modified: 30-01-2021)