News and Announcements
Weekly Bulletin Board
Our Weekly Bulletin Board offers you all the latest news and announcements from the parish.
NOVENA TO OUR LADY OF PERPETUAL HELP
The weekly novena to Our Lady of Perpetual help will be conducted online every Saturday at 4:00 pm during the MCO period. You are cordially invited to join in praying with us. To join the weekly the rosary and novena, please go to our YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/olf-kl or Facebook: facebook.com/fatima.church
GETTING MARRIED IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
PUBLIC MASSES & OTHER SACRAMENTS
UNDERSTANDING WORLD RELIGIONS - TAOISM
MEDIA EDUCATION PROGRAMME
ANOINTING OF THE SICK
If there are families or individuals in need of food during this period, please do let the parish office know, and together with the SSVP of our parish, we can offer some assistance. Let’s help one another during this difficult period. Please call or WhatsApp : 016.650 5039
BECCOT MEETING (ONLINE)
GENDER BASED VIOLENCE
ESSENCE OF HEALTH AND WELLBEING
RCIA & ADULT CONFIRMATION
CONFIRMATION CLASS 2021
BEC ASSISTANCE TO THOSE IN NEED
As we are now in MCO 3.0, once again the livelihoods of many people are affected, especially the poor, daily wage earners, elderly who living alone, etc. Please do ask your BEC members to keep a lookout in their respective neighbourhoods. If there are families or individuals in need of food during this period, please do let us know, and together with the SSVP of our parish, we can offer some assistance. Let’s help one another during this difficult period. Please call or WhatsApp: 016.650 5039
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS
Are you or anyone you know interested in exploring the Catholic faith? Have you been sitting in the pew next to your Catholic spouse for years wondering what you have to do to become Catholic? Consider this a personal invitation and a challenge to all of you who might know someone who is seeking God and invite that person to the RCIA – a process through which adults become members of the Roman Catholic Church. We will begin the RCIA in our parish in August 2021. For more information or to register, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
BOOKING TO ATTEND MASS
To attend Mass when our churches re-open, you may do so in any one of the following ways:
– Contact your BEC Coordinator.
– Call the Parish Office @ 03.2274 1631.
– Register online: http://bit.ly/olf-mass-booking
Kindly wait for a text message before attending Mass. Do not turn up if you have not been given a time slot via text message.
SUNDAY OFFERINGS & DONATIONS
At a time when all public masses are suspended, you now have the convenience of giving your Sunday offering or donations via the Touch n Go App. Kindly scan the QR Code, key in the amount, and send. The full amount (without any deductions from the service provider) will be credited into the Church account the following day. Thank you.
During this time when our churches and parish offices are closed, you may continue the practice of offering Mass intentions or financial contributions to the Church of Our Lady of Fatima, KL.
Account Name: Church of Our Lady of Fatima
Account Number: 800 083 3691
Amount and Description
Please indicate in the online transfer the following details so that the Parish Office could record and account for them appropriately:
- Purpose (any of the following): Mass Intention (please include your name and the intention, e.g. Thanksgiving / Special Intention / RIP).
Confirmation (Bank-in Slip)
It is important that you send us the transaction confirmation details: Email: email@example.com or WhatsApp: 016.6505039
FUNERALS IN CHURCH (Updated 01 June 2021)
Funeral Masses may be celebrated with a maximum number of 12 persons (which should include the priest, assisting ministers and family members). All those attending should be preregistered and will be allocated seat/ row numbers to facilitate contact tracing.
ATTENDING MASS ONLINE
ONLINE CATECHISM CLASSES
Our online catechism classes have been progressing since the beginning of the year. Attendance at the classes has been encouraging despite the limitations of using an online platform. We continue to ask parents to encourage their children to attend regularly as given the situation, this is the only form of faith education is possible. Please assist the teachers so that they can help your children.