Malaysian Church News

  • A pilgrimage to Turkey

    Oct 09, 2014

    A group of 25 pilgrims, including Spiritual Director, Fr Philip Tan, went on a 10-day journey to Turkey.

  • BEC core group formalised in Tawau Parish

    Oct 09, 2014

    The Basic Ecclesial Communities (BECs) are acknowledged as a new way of “being church.” It brings Christ to the family, community within the neighborhood.

  • The First Church... Church of the Visitation, Seremban

    Oct 06, 2014

    The first missionary to have ever set foot on Seremban soil was Fr Pierre Henri Borie MEP, who in 1847, was sent by Bishop John Baptist Boucho MEP, the Vicar Apostolic of Malacca-Singapore, to work among the indigenous people in Seremban.

  • THE BECs The mainstay of the Archdiocese

    Oct 06, 2014

    Since 1976, the Church in Peninsular Malaysia has been focused on the building of word centered communities. The BEC (it was first know as the Basic Christian Community — BCC) is the BASIC OPTION.

  • Lay Associations

    Oct 06, 2014

    The Catholic Lawyers Society, Kuala Lumpur (CLS) was initiated on March 23, 1992. It is a non-profit society, registered under the Societies Act Malaysia, for Catholic lawyers, judges, law lecturers and law students.

  • The Religious Congregations

    Oct 06, 2014

    There are 15 religious congregations in the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur. With their different charisms, they have helped to build the Archdiocese into what it is today.

  • What the People Say

    Oct 06, 2014

    “That the Church be more open to giving higher salaries to church staff, enough for those with families to be able to send their children to college.

  • Concern for the Poor

    Oct 06, 2014

    AOHD (Archdiocesan Office for Human Development) is the official arm of the Catholic Church, in the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

  • Catholic church marks new milestone, installs 4th KL Archbishop

    Oct 06, 2014

    Soon after being installed as the fourth archbishop of Kuala Lumpur today, Reverend Father Julian Leow Beng Kim pledged himself and his pastoral office to healing and building the nation which he said was at the “crossroads”.

  • Episcopal O rdination & I nstallation of Most Rev Julian Leow Beng Kim as the Fourth Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur

    Oct 06, 2014

    “To all God-fearing people of this Archdiocese and my beloved nation Malaysia, the words of St Francis of Assisi comes to mind at this juncture of our history.