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Pendaftaran RCIA Bahasa Malaysia

Bermula pada bulan Februari, pendaftaran boleh di buat selepas Misa Bahasa Inggeris jam 6 petang (sunset Mass), 8.45 pagi dan 6 petang setiap minggu di hadapan pintu gereja atau sms/whatsapp Puan Mary 016 285 1873 untuk pendaftaran.

Appeal by His Holiness Pope Francis




Stations of the Cross Schedule



Some useful information on Lent, Fasting & Abstinence, Good Friday, Sacrament of Reconciliation & the Way of the Cross are available at SIC Newsletter.


Penitential Services - Lent 2018


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. 


Chinese New Year Mass 2018


by Leonard Pasqual

SIC was packed to capacity for the 10 am Mass on Friday 16 February to mark Chinese New Year, with many in the congregation dressed in red and shades of this auspicious colour. The bilingual Mass, in Mandarin and English, was celebrated by St Ignatius Church (SIC) Parish Priest Fr Andrew Wong CDD. Concelebrating with him were SIC Assistant Parish Priest Fr Lawrence Ng CDD and Fr Francis Ng CDD. The three priests were also in red vestments, in keeping with the theme for the day. The Mass was also signed for the benefit of the hearing-impaired.



In his homily, Fr Andrew said people ask for prosperity and blessings for Chinese New Year but he wondered what was the kind of blessings they really want. He said making lots of money may sometimes not be a real blessing. To be happy and prosperous should not refer to money but to put to good use our talents and gifts from God. Internal peace was also what we need, he added. Fr Andrew also spoke about the characteristics of the dog as we enter the Year of the Dog. He said the dog was brave and faithful to its master. He said Jesus is our master, and asked whether we are faithful to Him by being brave to lead a good Christian life, by being sensitive and caring to others. Besides the bread and wine, four other items were taken up at the offertory – flowers (to request adoration and admiration), red candles (for hope and peace), new year cakes (unity and fellowship) and fruits (happiness and achievements).



The rite of commemoration of ancestors was held at the end of the Mass. It is an act of filial piety to honour our departed loved ones on the first day of Chinese New Year. The three priests bowed three times before the ancestral tablet, followed by the congregation. Flowers, wine and fruits were also offered as part of the ceremony. Frs Andrew and Lawrence then distributed ang pow to the congregation, who also received mandarin oranges distributed outside the church by the hospitality ministers. The morning concluded with an energetic lion dance at the foyer of the church. SIC wish all a Blessed and Happy Chinese New Year!


More photos are available at flickrlogo.


Chinese New Year Greetings 2018


Click on Herald to know more about the characteristics & personality of man's best friend in relation to the Christian faith.


Perpetual Adoration During Lenten Season


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Parish Calendar 2018

The Parish Pastoral Council (PPC) of St Ignatius Church (SIC) has produced the Parish Calendar for 2018. It lists the main church-level, ministry and BEC activities for the year guided by the Parish Theme: For the Greater Glory of God. Click on Calendar to download.





Sunday School Orientation


by Michelle Nyanam, Sunday School Teacher

The Sunday School orientation held on Saturday 6 January 2018 at Costantini Community Centre was so much more than any of us could have expected. Our speaker for the day, SIC Assistant Parist Priest Fr Lawrence Ng CDD, was truly annointed as each of us returned home with a better understanding and a renewed desire to serve. The two bible verses that resounded with me were Mark 10:45 For the Son of man also came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many and Ephesians 6:7 rendering service with a good will as to the Lord and not to men.


The former is a clear indication that the centre of Catholic servanthood is self sacrifice whilst the latter is a much needed reminder that the foundation of ministry is built on Our Lord Jesus Christ. Fr Lawrence ended the day with a quote by American pastor and author Bill Johnson that acted as a summation of all that we had received that day: "Royalty is my identity. Servanthood is my assignment. Intimacy with God is my life source." Each of us left feeling appreciated, stirred and enthusiastic for more than just the catechesis ministry which we are called to, but rather the ministry of our lives.



Coffee Morning by RCIA


by Christine Chua, RCIA Facilitator

The first coffee morning put together by our highly enthusiastic Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA) Class of 2017-18 enquirers (who will be baptised this coming Easter), their families and RCIA facilitators has taken place at SIC cafeteria on Sunday 4 February 2018! It was indeed a big challenge to cater to and interact with the wider St Ignatius Church (SIC) community ranging from Sunday school children to elderly parishioners. The team effort started the night before, however many continued to stay up late into the night or woke up by dawn to prepare and get ready 18 varieties of food. It was a lively, energetic atmosphere at the cafeteria on that morning filled with "buzzing busy bees" coming together to work as a community.



Although lots of hard work was involved, the team coordination needed was done with much joy and laughter making every member feeling inspired and happy to be able to contribute towards this noble project – funds raised were not used for their own faith journey but for the next RCIA batch. The commitment to do their best for Christ radiates through the happy team of bakers, cooks, promoters, dish washers, cleaners & servers all bonded so strongly in Christian love & service.



This joy and success would not be made possible if not for the huge support from parishioners, SIC Parish Priest Fr Andrew Wong CDD and Assistant Parish Priest Fr Lawrence Ng CDD both of whom dropped by to patronise the stalls. As a result, all the food were sold out! Everybody in RCIA were happy and satisfied that they have contributed towards the Greater Glory of God.



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