Malaysian Church News

  • US Ambassador visits Archbishop

    May 29, 2014

    His Excellency Joseph Yun, Ambassador of the United States of America made a courtesy call on Archbishop Emeritus Murphy Pakiam on April 22, 2014.

  • Seminar, praying for the country

    May 29, 2014

    Some 300 people from 10 Christian denominations participated in a two-day seminar themed, Seminar dan Berdoa Bersama Untuk Gereja dan Negara (Seminar: Praying together for the Church and country) held at the St Christopher Anglican Church, May 16-17.

  • Sr Julianna dies after helmet attack

    May 29, 2014

    Sr Julianna Lim died at the Seremban hospital on May 20 afternoon, six days after she and another nun were attacked with helmets outside the Church of the Visitation.

  • Cultures that prevent vocations

    May 29, 2014

    The Fourth Sunday of Easter each year is called Good Shepherd Sunday because on this day the Church focuses on a section of the tenth Chapter of St John’s Gospel, in which Jesus reveals the relationship he has with each of his faithful followers.

  • You are special

    May 29, 2014

    On May 18, parish priest of St Anne's Church, Fr Henry Rajoo celebrated a Mass for Children in three languages: Chinese, Tamil and English.

  • Paying tribute to St John Baptist De La Salle

    May 29, 2014

    The LaSalle Brothers community in Malaysia is indeed proud to have educated thousands of LaSallians who have been such an integral part of our nation as professionals, parents, teachers and exemplary members of society.

  • Can Catholics receive sacraments in the Anglican Church?

    May 29, 2014

    The Anglican Church began its journey when King Henry VIII in England was refused an annulment of his marriage by the pope.

  • Mothers’ Tea Party at Assumption

    May 29, 2014

    The Church has a mother and she is the Beloved Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ. She is the most appropriate and ultimate role model for women.

  • Thanksgiving service for police at St Theresa’s

    May 29, 2014

    Being a police officer entails heavy responsibilities and selfless sacrifices. Even though you hold a position of authority, you must always have a heart of love, human kindness and be the instrument of peace within the community and society.

  • Asian Catholics called to fight ‘threats to the very existence of the family

    May 23, 2014

    A Vatican-sponsored conference on the family ended on May 16 with a call for Asian Catholics to fight abortion, contraception and same-sex marriage as “threats to the very existence of the family.”