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The SIC Church Bulletin & Mass Intentions for week of 10 Dec 2017 are now available at Bulletin webpage.

Do check out the activities and happenings planned for our parish.

Gotong Royong for Christmas


Volunteers came even before the official start time of 7.30 am on Monday 11 December 2017 to help clean St Ignatius Church (SIC) in preparation for Christmas. This year's cleaning was done mostly outside of the church building as the building interior is spick & span after several weekly cleanings during and right after completion of renovations recently. SIC Parish Priest Fr Andrew Wong CDD, Assistant Parish Priest Fr Lawrence Ng CDD and Brother Joseph Lim CDD joined parishioners to clear clogged drains, sweep away leaves, pull down branches – and clear rubbish & other unsightly materials. Fr Francis Ng CDD also dropped by to chat with parishioners & lend moral support. With the good turnout comprising senior citizens, middle-aged, youths as well as a few children, the exercise was completed by 12.30 pm.








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Christmas Party @ Kampung Cempaka


Volunteers are needed to help prepare tang yuen (glutinous rice balls in sweet ginger syrup) at Kampung Cempaka basketball court on the day. About 1,000 residents from the area are expected to turn up. Do join in as it is a great opportunity to get to know and love our neighbours in this season of goodwill. Kindly contact or sms your name to Peter 018 383 3778 or Julian 016 663 9789.


Penitential Services for PJ Churches - Advent 2017

Tue 28 Nov

Divine Mercy, Shah Alam

7 pm

Wed 29 Nov

Assumption, Petaling Jaya

8 pm

Thu 30 Nov

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Puchong

8 pm

Wed 6 Dec

St Thomas More, Subang Jaya

7.30 pm

Mon 11 Dec

St Ignatius, Petaling Jaya

7.30 pm

Thu 21 Dec

St Francis Xavier, Petaling Jaya

7 pm

In reponse to requests made by parishioners, the Guide for Confession which is projected in St Ignatius Church during Advent and Lent Penitential Services can be viewed and downloaded by clicking onprodigalsonThis guide can also be used in preparation for confession at other times. 


Christmas Mass Schedule



New Year Mass Schedule



Launch of Parish Pastoral Theme for 2018-2019


After the 8.45 am Mass on the First Sunday of Advent on 3 December 2017, St Ignatius Church (SIC) Parish Priest Fr Andrew Wong CDD and Assistant Parish Priest Fr Lawrence Ng CDD unveiled the SIC Parish Pastoral Theme for the next two years. Displayed in five languages, the theme in English is For the Greater Glory of God which is the translation of ad majorem Dei gloriam – the Latin motto of the Society of Jesus founded by St Ignatius of Loyola who is the patron saint of SIC.


Photography: Peter Law


RCIA Rite of Acceptance 2017


by Shaun Chan, RCIA Facilitator 

The start of the Season of Advent in St Ignatius Church (SIC) on 3 December 2017 coincided with the welcoming of the new batch of catechumens into the community. At the 8.45 am Mass, celebrant Fr Lawrence Ng CDD invited the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) enquirers to come into the church after the sounds of "knocking of the church door" were heard. A total of 43 enquirers with their respective sponsors then filed in to attend the Rite of Acceptance into the Order of Catechumens. The Rites included welcoming, signing of the cross on the forehead as well as presentation of crucifixes. All these signified a commitment from the entire church community to accept and share in the growth in faith, and work towards giving these new members love, guidance and prayers.


Fr Lawrence reiterated that although these catechumens cannot participate fully in the Lord’s Eucharist, they should stay with the community as a sign of hope that all God’s children will eat and drink with the Lord. After Mass, the catechumens, their family members and sponsors were invited to join in a breakfast welcoming tea reception initiated by BECCOT (Basic Ecclesial Communities Coordinating Team) during which the new faces had the opportunity to mingle with the larger church community.



New Bible Study - Open for Registration



Click on Prophets to view introductory video and SSS for information on SIC Scripture Study.


SSS Completes Another Module


Forty two participants received certificates for attending at least four out of five sessions of A Biblical Walk Through the Mass: Understanding What We Say & Do in the Liturgy module which ended on 27 November 2017. Conducted by SIC Scripture Study (SSS) over five sessions, the study was also attended by six SSS facilitators and led by 12 other facilitators. During each session, attendees watched a video presentation by theologian, author & scholar Dr Edward Sri followed by group sharing which lasted for slightly over an hour each time.


There was a good mix of parishioners from the newly-baptised to mature Catholics for this module which is the shortest conducted by SSS. Amongst other aspects, attendees learnt the biblical background to the words, prayers & gestures experienced in the Liturgy and discovered how the Mass is a ‘true re-presentation’ of Christ’s redeeming sacrifice on the Cross. This marked the second time the module was conducted, the first time was in 2015.



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Want to learn more about the Bible or the Catholic faith? Click on SSS, CCC and Online Resources.


Wedding Anniversary Mass


A Wedding Anniversary Mass was held at St Ignatius Church (SIC) on Saturday 25 November 2017 at 3 pm for 18 couples who have been married from 11 to 34 years. Four of the couples who were celebrating their 25th or Silver Wedding Anniversary received Apostolic Blessings from His Holiness Pope Francis and were presented certificates to commemorate the milestone. Fr Stephen Ng CDD was the main celebrant with SIC Parish Priest Fr Andrew Wong CDD, Assistant Parish Priest Fr Lawrence Ng CDD and Fr Martin Then CDD as concelebrants. Family members, friends and parishioners were in the congregation to witness the couples renew their wedding vows. Congratulations to all the couples who are living witnesses of the Sacrament of Matrimony.




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