Holy Week Schedule 2018

Palm Sunday

Masses as usual.

Holy Thursday

8:00 PM – Multilingual Mass (English, Mandarin, BM, Tamil)

Good Friday

Way of the Cross followed by Service

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM – English & Bahasa Malaysia

4:30 PM – 6:30 PM – Tamil

8:00 PM – 10:00 PM – Mandarin

Easter Vigil

5:45 PM – Mandarin Mass

8:15 PM – Tamil Mass

10:30 PM – English Mass

Easter Sunday

7:30 AM – Mandarin Mass

9:30 PM – Bahasa Mass


Way of the Cross (Lent 2018)

Way of the Cross for Lent 2018

Every Thursday, 8:30 PM – Tamil

Every Friday, 8:00 PM – English

Every Saturday 9:00 PM – Bahasa Malaysia

Every Sunday, 7:45 AM – Mandarin

24 Hours with the Lord 2018

24 Hours with the Lord

Friday, 9 March 2018 – Saturday, 10 March 2018

From Pope Francis’ Lenten Message for 2018:
“One such moment of grace will be, again this year, the “24 Hours for the Lord” initiative, which invites the entire Church community to celebrate the sacrament of Reconciliation in the context of Eucharistic adoration.  In 2018, inspired by the words of Psalm 130:4, “With you is forgiveness”, this will take place from Friday, 9 March to Saturday, 10 March.”

Holy Week Schedule 2017


Palm Sunday

Masses as usual.

Holy Thursday

08:00pm: Multilingual Mass
10:00pm – 12:00pm: Adoration

Good Friday

03:00pm: Tamil Service
05:30pm: English & BM Service
08:00pm: Mandarin Service

Easter Vigil

06:00pm: Mandarin Mass
08:15pm: English Mass
10:15pm: Tamil Mass

Easter Day

08:30pm: Mandarin Mass
11:00pm: BM Mass

Stations of the Cross & Mass

Stations of the Cross & Mass

There will be Stations of the Cross followed by Mass throughout the period of Lent on the Fridays of the following dates:

  1. Friday after Ash Wednesday, 12th February
  2. 1st Friday of Lent, 19th February 
  3. 2nd Friday of Lent, 26th February
  4. 3rd Friday of Lent, 4th March
  5. 4th Friday of Lent, 11th March
  6. 5th Friday of Lent, 18th March

Stations will begin at 8.00pm followed by Mass at 8.30pm.

Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday Mass

Date: Wednesday, 10th February 2016
Time: 8.00pm

Distribution of Ashes after Ash Wednesday
Ashes will be distributed after Masses on the following days:

  • Friday, 12th February 2016
  • Saturday, 13th February 2016
  • Sunday, 14th February 2016

Congratulations Bishop Bernard!


The parish priest and parishioners of the Church of the Holy Family would like to congratulate Bishop Bernard Paul on his ordination as the Bishop of the Diocese of Melaka-Johor. We continue to pray for your good health and ministry to carry out God’s mission in our diocese.

Entrance Procession: Bishop's Ordination 12/1/2016
Photo Credit: Vincent Tan

Letter to the People of God – Bishop’s Merdeka Message

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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

As Christians, we cannot stand by the road side and watch things go by. We are in an unprecedented moment in our Malaysian history where all forms of decency, respect, integrity, honesty and transparency have all been pushed aside.

What prevails is unaccountability, falsehood and fear that is being promoted. Corruption and disrespect for the Federal Constitution are being trampled upon by people who are in leadership in our government. We are sliding down the slope of morality and and not acting according to principles that our country has been upholding.

As Malaysian Christians, we have to respond.

Firstly, let us all pray daily for our country. We can come together as communities e.g., BEC, Prayer Meetings, Rosary Devotion totally dedicated to Malaysia, etc. I would strongly recommend we organize a gathering of all language groups on our National Day August 31st. Have a special mass, or Adoration of Blessed Sacrament, etc. Make our National Day a day of prayer and fasting.

Secondly, we must be aware of our rights as concerned citizens of this country. No one must doubt our total loyalty and love for King and Country. Organize awareness talks and forums with political leaders of all colours, or with NGOs (non-government organizations) who are active in helping our society to be more integrated and who promote unity and nation building.

Thirdly, let us all be prudent in words and actions. Let us always have the mind of Christ. Our response is always to give our love and friendship, to give blessings and to be agents of unity.

Let us never forget that God is in control and He knows all, the most hidden things. Let us stand up for justice and truth, reconciliation and peace, knowing that God is with us. We stand on the promises of God.

Yours in Christ,

+ Rt Rev Paul Tan Chee Ing, SJ
4th August 2015

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