Prayer to Our Lady of Fatima
O Most Holy Virgin Mary, Queen of the most holy Rosary, you were pleased to appear to the children of Fatima and reveal a glorious message. We implore you, inspire in our hearts a fervent love for the recitation of the Rosary. By meditating on the mysteries of the redemption that are recalled therein may we obtain the graces and virtues that we ask, through the merits of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Redeemer.
About our Church
The Church of Our Lady of Fatima, with its rather modern architecture, was established in 1963 to serve a growing catholic community in the Brickfields area. It is one of the four churches located in the vicinity of the city centre. This Church today serves a multi-ethnic and multi-national community of over 1,500 parishioners that reside in and around the areas of Brickfields, Bangsar, Taman Seputeh, and Old Klang Road. Being located close to the KL Sentral transportation hub, many visitors also make this their place of worship while in Kuala Lumpur.
The church is open daily for personal prayer from 6:00am till 10:00pm. Kindly maintain an atmosphere of reverence and silence when in the Church
Sunday: 7:00am (E) | 8:30am (T) | 10:30am (E)
Tuesday: 7:30pm (E)
Wednesday: 1:00pm (E)
Thursday: 7:30pm (E)
Friday: 1:00pm (E)
Saturday: 6:00pm (Novena) | 6.30pm (E)
Parish Office Hours
Monday: 9:00am to 1:00pm
Tuesday – Friday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Lunch break 1:00pm to 2:00pm:
Saturday: 9:00am – 1:00pm; 3:00pm – 6:00pm
Sunday: 8:00am – 12:00pm;
The office will be closed on Public Holidays
Tuesdays & Thursdays 7:00pm – 7:30pm | Saturdays 5:45pm – 6:15pm
Every first Thursday of the month from 8:00pm – 9:00pm
Our Social Responsibility During Covid-19
Our Parish Priests
Rev. Fr. Dr. Clarence Devadass
A Diocesan Priest of the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur, is currently the Director of the Catholic Research Centre, Malaysia, the Executive Secretary of the Office of Theological Concerns in the Federation of Asian Bishops Conferences (FABC) and a Visiting Research Associate at the University of Nottingham, Malaysia. He is also the Editor of the magazine, Catholic Asian News.
Rev. Fr. Bernard Hyacinth SJ
A Jesuit priest, is the Director of the Office of Human Development in the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur and also oversees the Archdiocesan Lenten Campaign. Prior to returning to Malaysia, most of his ministry had been among the refugees in Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East. He continues even now to give retreats and spiritual direction to students, youths, adults and religious.