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  Solemnity of the Lord’s Ascension

(28th May, 2017) 


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    1.   "Solemn Living Rosary" Praying: May is the month of Mother Mary. There will be a "Solemn Living Rosary" this afternoon from 4:00-5:00 pm in the Church. All are welcome to pray and receive blessings through Blessed Virgin Mary.


    2.   Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: This coming Friday, June 2, the monthly Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will take place from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm and the Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament will be held at 3:00 pm. Parishioners are encouraged to take part in these liturgies.


    3.   Sacrament of Reconciliation: On June 3, first Saturday of the month, priests will be available to hear confessions from 3 pm to 6 pm.


    4.   Praying of the Rosary: On June 3, first Saturday of the month, Rosary will be prayed in the Church at 5:40 pm. Parishioners are encouraged to take part in the Rosary praying.


    5.   Talk on Evangelization: Today, Ms. Pang Ka-yee from the Hong Kong Catholic Lay Missionary Association will have a talk on “Joy of Evangelization--The Life of a Missionary” from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm at the 3rd floor hall.


    6.   Taize Prayer Gathering: On Sunday, June 4 at 2 pm, the parish Vocations Group will have a Taize prayer meeting in the Church. Fr. Tito will share with us his vocation experience. All are welcome.


    7.   Summer Mariapolis: The Focolare Movement that promotes universal brotherhood will hold a spiritual activity termed Mariapolis from August 3 to August 6 at the Wu Kai Sha Youth Village in Ma On Shan. This activity is suitable for adults and young people of different ages. Its rich program will enable participants practise the spirit of mutual love and communion in leisure. Both Catholic and non-Catholic families may join the activity. After Mass, members of the Focolare Movement will distribute promotional leaflets about Mariapolis and sell publications in the lobby.


    8.   Rosary Praying: There will be a Rosary praying in the Church right after Mass with intentions for the sick and the elderly. We are all invited to join the Rosary praying.

     “Pro-Life Day”

              The Church has always been firm in maintaining the dignity and value of life. In the eye of God everyone is precious, and life is a blessing and gift. The Hong Kong Catholic Diocese has announced that the 31st of May each year will be “Pro-Life Day”’, which serves to encourage the faithful to care about the gradual loss of respect for life in today's society, as shown by the increasing issues of abortion, artificial conception, euthanasia and suicide.

              In response to the Diocese, the Northeast NT Deanery hopes to bring out the message of respect for life and make it into a culture, so as to attract the attention of the parishioners and even the general public. As a result, this Sunday the seven parishes in the Deanery are distributing the “Pro-Life Badges” for parishioners and Catholic schools students to wear or hang on their handbags from May 26 to May 31, as a gesture to show their support for the idea of ​​respect for life.


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    Chancery Notice 25 June 2009


    A church or chapel is a place set apart for divine worship and prayers. The faithful should therefore be properly and decently dressed while taking part in the liturgy or praying in these sacred places. A simplified Dress Code for church attendance, to be posted at the entrances to churches and chapels open to the faithful, has been laid down by Bishop John TONG after consultation with the Council of Priests and the Deaneries. The Bishop exhorts the faithful to abide by this Dress Code, in order that they may give due reverence to the sacred character of a church or chapel. The same Code applies to other visitors to these places.


    Rev. Lawrence LEE



    *** Let us enter the church with a solemn attitude ***

    **Decently and properly dressed is one way to show our respect to God**


    Please refrain from wearing clothes which are too short or too revealing. 

    Mini-skirts and short pants should also be avoided.


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