Tuesday, November 28, 2006

More Roadshows

Kampung Timurang and Kampung Subang were the most recent villages to have been visited by St Ann's Complex Committee to explain the new project.

Friday, November 17, 2006

Special Meeting

Friar Joseph Goh OFM, Mr Robert Josem, parish council chairman of St Ann, the catechists and members of the sub-parish of St Michael, Teng Bekap, met at 11.00 am at Teng Bekap to discuss the upcoming Confirmation Mass. Various tasks were deliberated upon and delegated during this meeting.

Batu Gong hears about the New Complex

One of the smallest and youngest outstation member of St Ann's Parish, the Catholic community of St Paul, Kampung Batu Gong, 17th Mile, Off Kuching-Serian Road, were treated to a powerpoint presentation after Holy Mass on Tuesday, 14 November 2006.
The team of Mr Hillary Manggi and Mr and Mrs Jane Joge gave a presentation to the community of some 50 Catholics in the Iban language. Mr Manggi spoke at length on the need to support the project, and its impact on the future of the Catholic community of this parish.

Taman Sri Muhibbah Celebrates Feastday

On Saturday, 11th November, at 8.00 pm, approximately 100 Catholic residents of the housing estate/flats at Taman Sri Muhibbah, 13th Mile, celebrated the feast day of their patroness, St Elizabeth of Hungary. In the celebration of Holy Mass presided by Friar Joseph Goh OFM, with catechist Sr Hilda Paim SSFS visiting, the importance of regular attendance at Sunday mass was highlighted. After Mass, a potluck dinner was held.

Friday, November 10, 2006

Roadshow Comes To A Close

For the last 3 months, members of the St Ann's Complex Committee have been trudging up to the villages and visiting housing estates, armed with a laptop and an LCD projector to explain the new St Ann's Complex project. The members had been travelling up to 2 or 3 times a week with the priests. Seeing as some of these villages are quite a distance from the parish, their efforts have not been small feats! The photo shows Ms Ani Solep addressing the Catholic community of St James at kampung Tatuk, situated near the Indonesian border, about an hour's journey by car from St Ann's. By the end of November, the parish would have covered almost 50 villages and housing estates. It is our earnest hope that all our parishioners are well informed of this project and consequently, give their unwavering support.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

On 15th October 2006, more than 300 candidates, young and old were confirmed at St Ann's Baruk by Archbishop John Ha.