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CHANCERY NOTICE ON FEB 13:Suspending Sunday and weekday Masses to reduce risks of Coronavirus Transmission


Broadcast of Sunday Mass: Sunday Mass will be broadcast online at 9:30 am.



 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time  


1.    Suspension of Liturgies and Activities: According to the pastoral guidelines issued by the Diocese to fight against the epidemic, the parish will cancel all liturgies and activities originally scheduled for February (until 28th).

2.   Opening Hours of Church: The Church will continue to open for the faithful to pray at the following times: Monday to Saturday: 7 am to 5 pm; Sunday: 7 am to 1 pm.

3.   Donation Receipt: The Church will send out the annual donation receipts in April. If you have changed your address please notify the Parish Office before March 15. If you wish to make your offerings through direct bank debit, please contact the office and fill in the relevant form.

4.   Diocesan Guidelines on Covid-19 Infection: For the latest pastoral guidelines from the Diocese on the prevention of the spread of “Novel Coronavirus Infection (Wuhan pneumonia)”, please visit the website of Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong or Kung Kau Po / Sunday Examiner.          

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Typhoon and Black Rain Measures:

On weekdays and Sunday when typhoon signal no. 8 or above, or black rainstorm warning signal is hoisted during mass time, the mass will be cancelled and the Church will be closed temporarily, and will open again and function normally within two hours after that signal is lowered.

    Special arrangements for our Parish: If on Sunday the morning masses are cancelled due to typhoon, but typhoon signal no. 8 is lowered before 6 pm, then a special bilingual Sunday Mass will be celebrated at 8 pm. If on Saturday typhoon signal no. 8 or above is forecast to be hoisted at or after 5 pm, then a mass (Cantonese) will be added at 3 pm on Saturday.


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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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