Sacred Heart 2019

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By Cecilia Grace Robert
The feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus was celebrated from June 26 to 30 at the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The celebration commenced with the hoisting of the flag.

Each day, the celebration began with the Novena to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Fr VA Michael and Sr Mary Heng FDCC led the Liturgy of the Word for the Tamil and Mandarin-speaking of the parish before everyone joined in the main celebration presided over by Bishop Sebastian Francis.

On the first day, the theme was Missionary Disciples of Mercy which highlighted that every Christian is a missionary disciple to the extent that we encounter the mercy and compassion of God.

On the second day, the Bishop of Penang shared on the Missionary Disciples of Hope which is a command from the Holy Spirit for the present and future of all the churches in Peninsular Malaysia.

He stressed that hope is based on the promises of Christ which were already fulfilled in His time. He also explained that the mission entrusted to the Holy Spirit would continue in God’s time. It is lived in the present, especially in the Eucharist.

On the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which is also the World Day of the Sanctification of the Priests, a Mass was celebrated in the morning by Fr Christopher W. Soosaipillai. He shared that the journey of the priesthood starts from sanctifying to be holy. Despite the struggles that priests face, they continue to bring life and healing to the people. This is the Missionary Disciples in Priests.

On June 29, the Eucharistic celebration was followed by a procession in the vicinity of Peel Road. The float, decorated with recycled material by the Parish Catechism children, carried the statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. A large crowd of the faithful joined in the candlelight procession with the theme Baptised and Sent. Catholics are reminded that the mission mandate is imperative for a baptized disciple.

The feast concluded with the theme A Church on Mission in the World. In the homily, Bishop Sebastian emphasized on the Sacrament of Baptism. This was indeed a great conclusion to the themes of the feast that, ultimately, we are sent on a mission to the world with the empowerment that comes from Baptism. He also quoted what St Paul mentioned; ‘Fan into a flame the power. He explained the laying on of hands for empowerment in the four sacraments, Baptism, Confirmation, Priestly Ordination, and Anointing of the Sick.

The celebration concluded with a message: Mercy, Hope, and Joy is what the world needs. The mission is not within the Catholic Community but, with the Holy Spirit, to go into the world and be witnesses and preachers of the Gospel.

Pictures of feast day can be found in this link below

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipNI0SkmrcgV49gehmGpOZsr3c0Nqs6eOlvMXyfhNPZMbx1mprE6_eWEwzFX32QFzA?key=S29IUkJ2NUlUQkZiaXhUT3RmUEFmajIyWjBUekZR

Catechism

CATECHISM TEACHER'S  – ENGLISH 2014

 

No.

Class

No of Students

Class room

Time: 10.30 -12pm

Name of Teachers

      1.

Pre-School 5

     19

3.1

 1. Irene Lourdes

 2. Jacintha Justin

 3. Theresa Avila

 4. Brenda – Janet Olisa niece

2.

Pre-School 6

      20

3.2

 5. Agnes Elizabeth

 6. Julia

7. Jacky Santiago

3.

Standard 1

     22

3.3

 8. Suzanne Piere

 9. Mary John Yasothamary

 10. Maryleen Matilda

4.

Standard 2

     35

3.6

11. Shanti Menon

12. Maria Vethanayagam

13. Charlotte Samson

14. Kevin Fernandez

5.

Standard 3

     26

3.7

15. Mala Mae Johnson

16. Janet Olisa

6.

Standard 4

     28

3.8

17. Bernadette Pathinathan

18. Reuben Raj ( Assisting)

7.

Standard 5

      35

3.9

19. Anne Savarimuthu

20. Sabrina James

21. Caroline Nguyen

      8.

Standard 6

      30

3.10

22. Christine

23. Cecelia Ann

24. Joseph (Main Coordinator)

25. Veronica Andrew

9.

Form 1

     35

4.6

 26. Caroline Jacob

 27. Regina Dominic

10.

Form 2

    46

4.5

 28. Maha Gurusamy

 29. Benedict Charles

 30. Brenda Gnanu

     11.

Form 3

    42

4.4

31. Mary Kelara Smith  (AJ)

32. Christopher Jude

33.  Caroline Xavier

34.  Sharon Gregory

12.

Form 4

    42

4.3

35. Margaret Perry

36. Mary Yong

37. Freddy Moses

13.

Form 5

   41

4.2

Anthony Thomas Room

 38. Helen Damo

 39. Aundrey Smith (AJ)

 40. Andrew Dass

14.

Special Class

     

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TAMIL CATECHISM CLASS TEACHERS DETAILS - 2014

NO

CLASS

NO OF STUDENTS

CLASS ROOM

Time: 9-10.20am

NAME OF TEACHERS

1.

Std 2 & below, preschool/std 1

-

3.1

Patricia

2.

Std 3

-

4.6

Rebecca

3.

Std 4, 5 & 6

-

4.5

Pilomena

Rose Mary

Annamah

4.

Form 1

-

4.2

Sharon

5.

Form 2 & Form 3

-

4.4

Theresa

Yelisha

6.

Form 4 & 5

-

4.3

Gabriel

Christopher

7.

Adults Beginning

-

 

Annie

 

 Tamil Catecist Coordinators : Mdm Annamah bar

 CHINESE CATECHISM CLASS TEACHERS DETAILS - 2014

 

NO

CLASS

NO OF STUDENTS

CLASS ROOM

Time 10.30 -11.50am

NAME OF TEACHERS

 

Presch 5& 6

 

3.2

 
 

Std 1& 2

 

3.3

Lim Ching

Andrew Lim

 

Std 3

 

3.6

Lucia

Tina Lee

 

Std 4 & 5

 

3.7

Ms Veronica Voon

Mr Wong

 

Std 6

 

3.8

Koh Yoke Ling

 

Form 1

 

3.9

Alex

 

Form 2

 

3.10

Anthony

 

Form 3 & 4

 

2.7 (Griffon Room)

Stephen Yong

 

Form 5

 

2.8

Mary Chin

Chinese Coordinators: Mr. Peter Sek

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BIBLE CLASS TEACHERS - 2014

NO

CLASS

NO OF STUDENTS

CLASS ROOM

Time:12 –1pm***

NAME OF TEACHERS

1.

Form 5

 

2.7

Gerad Anselem

Agnes

2.

Form 3 & Form 4

 

4.3

Dato  Pakianathan

Pauline Sek

 *** Time Not Fixed

 

Bible Class Coordinator: Mr.Gerald Anselem

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SHC EXCO TEAM/AREA OF  CHARGE

 

NAME

AREA OF CHARGE

Margaret Perry

SHC Catecist Main Coordinator

Benedict Charles

Assistant Coordinator

Mala

1st Holy Communion

Andrew Dass

Confirmation

Mary Yong

RCIA

Helen Chee

RCIA

Ms Annie @ Annamah

Tamil Coordinator

Peter Sek

Chinese Coordinator

Gerad Anselem

Bible Class Coordinator

Berneddette - Bernie

Cathecatical coordinator

Irene Lourdes

Cathecatical coordinator

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