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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Third Sunday of Easter – April 18th, 2021

  1. We pray that God may be glorified in our worship, and our openness to the Spirit of life, in the Church’s longing and outreach, in the priests, the people, in all seekers and honest doubters.

  2. We pray that God may be glorified in the welfare programmes and peace-making missions, in the struggle to uphold justice, in the aid given to the hungry and homeless.

  3. We pray that God may be glorified in the loving and costly commitment of mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, daughters and sons, in the determination to forgive and forgive, in all the lives shared and cherished.

  4. We pray that God may be glorified in the work of the nursing, comforting and healing, in the daily patient struggle with pain and weakness, and in the practical good-humoured caring.

  5. We pray that God may be glorified in the twilight years and the facing of death, in lives well lived and now breaking into eternity.

Published on: 17-04-2021