Mass Times

  • Tue - Fri:
    6.15am except 3rd Weds
  • Sat:
    5.00pm - Novena & Benediction
    6:00pm - Sunset Mass
  • Sun:
    6:45am, 8:30am, 11:45am
  • Every 1st Friday: 
    Eucharistic Adoration @ 7.30pm to 8.30pm & Followed by Mass @ 8.30pm
  • (No weekday Masses on Public Holidays)

  • Holy Thursday 13th April 2017
    5.30pm, 8.00pm
  • Good Friday 14th April 2017
    Way of the cross -- 11.15am, 2.15pm, 7.15pm
    Good Friday Service -- 12pm, 3pm, 8pm
  • Easter Vigil 15th April 2017
    5.30pm, 9.00pm
  • Easter Sunday 16th April 2017
    English -- 6.45am, 8.30am, 11.30am
    Mandarin -- 10.15am
    Myanmarese -- 2.30pm

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The St. Thomas More Stained Glass PDF Print E-mail

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As you walk down the aisle from the main entrance of the church, you will gaze upon the magnificent beauty stained glass of the family portrait of St Thomas More sitting above the altar. According to our parish priest, Rev. Simon Labrooy who is currently residing in the Church says that the optimum time to look at it is at 10am when the sun’s rays are shining just at the right angle.

The inspiration of the stained glass is taken from St Dunstan Church in Canterbury, UK. This Church was founded towards the end of the eleventh century by Archbishop Lanfranc and later rededicated when St Dunstan was canonized in 1003. In 1174 King Henry II stopped here on the way to do penance for the murder of Thomas Becket. The head of St Thomas More rests in the Roper family vault.

The Mother Mary icon that sits at the top in clouds was added to commemorate the initiation of Chapel Kurnia Kristus (CKK) on the Feast of the Assumption.