On 13 September 2021, the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) issued a Statement regarding Mainland Student Recruitment.
The redevelopment of the Catholic Center of the Diocese of Macau in the central district has been approved by the Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau and a permit for the project has been issued.
The Sisters of Charity Mission celebrated Mother St Teresa’s Day on Sunday, September 5, at 10:00 am. As always, families and seniors were invited to join the Sunday Mass.
The Cathedral Parish of the Nativity of our Lady opened its doors for the first time after months of renovations for the 6:00 pm Mass on Saturday, September 4, giving parishioners their first glimpse of its newly renovated interiors.
Unfazed by, or perhaps because of, the pandemic, participants are not lacking in local pilgrimages.
Following the spirit of “Laudato Si'” the Commission will hold a “Seminar on Environmental Protection and Recycling Action” to deepen our understanding of waste reduction at source and recycling, so that one can practice environmental protection more effectively.
First in Taipa, then in Macau. The local Catholic communities are priming themselves for a new catechetical cycle. The new year begins a week apart in the two parishes. The Parish of Our Lady of Carmel, in Taipa, marks the beginning of the new catechetical year with the feast of the Holy Childhood. In the Cathedral of the Nativity of Our Lady, the new cycle will start a week later, with fewer catechists and something fresh: the rehabilitation of catechesis for preschool children.
How to survive more than a month of strict confinement periods in hotel rooms without losing your mind? Sister Bernadette Kim found her very own solution. The South Korean nun read the Bible from Genesis to Revelation during the 35 days she spent under quarantine earlier this year.
With a clean facade and a new ceiling, but without the pipe organ that a benefactor offered the Diocese of Macau. The Macau Cathedral will welcome the faithful once again starting Saturday, eleven months after it closed its doors to be submitted to renovation works. A Solemn Mass in Cantonese and Portuguese, this Saturday afternoon, will kick off the celebrations of the Solemnity of the Nativity of Our Lady, the Cathedral’s parish feast.
Marco Carvalho Macau’s churches and other Catholic temples will remain closed for the second weekend in a row, but the Diocese of Macau hopes that the cautious normalcy in which the territory has been immersed over the past 18 months can be restored as soon as possible.