Cidade do Nome de Deus video series, which premiered on July 7, seeks to make the world aware of Macao’s unique Catholic World Heritage. The first episode featured the Ruins of St. Paul.
The facilities of the Macau Catholic Culture Association are currently undergoing a major expansion to accommodate an increasing number of cultural events. The ongoing development will rehabilitate and expand the premises’ existing capacities, by adding an extra floor. From May onwards, the second floor of the Association’s headquarters will be used as extended exhibition space, O Clarim was told.
The artwork of Macau’s most celebrated sculptor Wong Ka Long is the focus of the latest exhibition promoted by the Catholic Culture Association. Entitled “Culture of Encounter”, the exhibit showcases some of Wong’s most familiar Catholic-inspired sculptures and can be seen at the association’s office venue at Rua Formosa until December 4.
In a rare, but increasingly common moment of union, the five main religions in Macau joined forces and celebrated together the 22nd anniversary of the transfer of sovereignty of Macau from Portugal to the People’s Republic of China. The anniversary was commemorated last Sunday with a concert of sacred and religious music.