Associations of the Faithful

The following Associations with * have registered as member organization of the H.K. Central Council of Catholic Laity.

HONG KONG CENTRAL COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC LAITY

HONG KONG CENTRAL COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC LAITY

Aims:

1. In the spirit of the Gospel, to encourage the laity to live in the world as Christians and to commit themselves to their mission to preach the Gospel in their daily environment.

2. To promote, plan and coordinate the formation and the apostolate of the laity at the diocesan level.

3. To promote the sharing of orientations, methods, insights and experiences among Member Organizations in regard to the formation and the apostolate of the laity.

4. To act as a medium of dialogue between the laity and the clergy, and among the laity themselves.

Address:
1, Tai Shek Street, Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2560-3800
Fax: (852) 2569-0188
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.hkcccl.org.hk

Spiritual Director: Rev. Joseph Liu
President: Ms. Jojo Ma
Vice-Presidents:
Mr. Paul Chan
Ms. Betty Siu
Secretary (Chinese): Ms. Margaret Lau
Secretary(English): Mr. Kenneth Law
Treasurer: Mr. Peterson Wong
Executive Members:
Ms. Alice Chan
Ms. Rose Cheung
Mr. William So
Ms. Isabella Wong
Ms. Cecilia Yan
Ms. Lisa Yuen
Ex-officio: Mr. Sam So
General Office :
Executive Secretary : Ms. Victoria Au
Formation Officer : Ms. Iris Leung
Executive Assistant : Ms. Ethel Lee
Accounts Clerk : Ms. Peggy So
Clerk : Ms. Jacky Young

APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER*

APOSTLESHIP OF PRAYER*

Object: For love of the Sacred Heart and for the salvation of souls, to make one’s daily life a holy offering in union with the sacrifice of Jesus in the Mass.

Correspondence Address:
Room 1601, 16/F., Landwide Building, 118-120 Austin Road, Kowloon.

National Director of Apostleship of Prayer Hong Kong:
Rev. Anthonius Reynolds Balubun, SVD

English Speaking Section:
Spiritual Directors:
Rev. Rodolfo Jr. Sanchez Jacobe, OMI
Sr. Felicitas Nisperos, RGS

Chinese Speaking Section:
Spiritual Director:
Rev. Anthonius Reynolds Balubun, SVD
President: Mr. Lam Tze Fai
Vice-President: Mr. Au Kang Woon
Secretary: Ms. Poon Yi Man
Treasurer: Mr. Cheng Wing Lim

APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA

APOSTLESHIP OF THE SEA

Its object is the spiritual, social and moral welfare of seafarers. The Hong Kong Council was established in 1948. Since October 1969, it has been working in conjunction with the Anglican “Missions to Seamen”.

Address: 3/F., Chi Wo Commercial Building, 20 Saigon Street, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 9774-1279, 2219-9949
Fax: (852) 2366-0928
E-mail: [email protected]

Patron: The Bishop of Hong Kong
Port Chaplain: Rev. Valan Arasu Arockiaswamy, SVD
President: Mr. Joseph Fonseka

APOSTOLATE OF DIVINE MERCY*

APOSTOLATE OF DIVINE MERCY*

Objects:
1. Spread the message of the unfathomable mercy and love of Jesus, and participate in His salvific mission.
2. Promote complete trust in the infinite mercy of God, and ask for His mercy on the world.
3. Practise acts of mercy. Help those who suffer, those who are dejected, lost, forsaken and weak, and bring them the mercy and hope of Jesus.

Address: c/o Flat G, 47/F., Block 7, Tierra Verde, Tsing Yi, N.T.
Tel: (852) 9423-8183
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.divinemercy-hk.org

Spiritual directors:
Rev. Slawomir Kalisz, OMI
Rev. Patrick Sun
Chairperson: Mr. Joseph Chor

AUGUSTINE DRAMA GROUP*

AUGUSTINE DRAMA GROUP*

Objectives:
1. Spread the spirit of the Gospel through performing arts.
2. Equip Christians with a mission to make good use of their drama talents as an offering to God.
3. Promote the culture of Catholic drama.
4. Provide assistance to religious groups in the organisation of drama related activities.

Correspondence Address: 1 Tai Shek Street, Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong.
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: augustinedrama.wixsite.com/augustinedrama

Advisers:
Rev. Louis Ha
Dominic Cheung
James Mak
Lina Yan Hau Yee
President: Marina Wang Yun Mui (852) 9493-0220
Vice-President: Ada Fong Chin Man

CATHOLIC BEREAVEMENT PASTORAL ASSOCIATION*

CATHOLIC BEREAVEMENT PASTORAL ASSOCIATION

Objects: Assisting parishes in the establishment of bereavement and funeral support groups and in the formation of their members in furtherance of the following aims:
1. Representing the parish to pray for the departed faithful and other deceased persons, to help to arrange for their funerals, and to entrust them to the love and mercy of God.
2. Providing care and spiritual support for the bereaved.
3. Assisting in pastoral care and carrying out the mission of evangelization.

Spiritual Director: Rev. Deacon Paul Siu

Tel: (852) 2623-5576
Fax: (852) 2701-6736

President: Ms. Eliza Lui Ching Yi
Vice President: Mr. Francis Choy Chi Keung

CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF HONG KONG LAY PRISON EVANGELICAL ORGANIZATION*

CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF HONG KONG LAY PRISON EVANGELICAL ORGANIZATION*

Objectives:
1. To proclaim the Catholic Faith to drug addicts undergoing treatment programmes, prison inmates, and persons on rehabilitation programmes; to show our care and concern for them, through visits, correspondence and by providing adaptive and restorative support; to help in their repentance, renewal, and search for the true meaning of life through evangelization.
2. To promote communication among members; and to provide assistance and guidance and coordination so as to facilitate members in fulfilling their mission in prison evangelization.
3. To maintain good relationship and communicate with other voluntary prison-visit groups; and to introduce the lay ministry of prison evangelization to the public.

Mailing Address: GPO Box 3840, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 8202-9977
E-mail: [email protected]

Adviser: Rev. Lawrence Lee
Spiritual Director: Rev. Deacon Nestor Kwan

Committee:
Honorary Chief Executive: Mr. Daniel Cheung
Chief Executive: Ms. Kitty Lam
Deputy Chief Executive: Mr. Ricky Chan
Secretary: Ms. Ann Lam
Treasurer: Ms. Teresa Chan
Exec. Member: Mr. James Lee
Exec. Member: Ms. Teresa Tse

Organization Members: 

(1) Xavier Fellowship Association
Serve: Lai Sun Correctional Institution
Object: Young Male
Schedule: Twice a month
E-mail: [email protected]

(2) Teresa Confidence Association
Serve: Hei Ling Chau Addiction Treatment Centre
Object: Adult Male
Schedule: Twice a month
E-mail: [email protected]

(3) Tien Shen Spes Association
Serve: Tung Tau Correctional Institution
Object: Adult Male
Schedule: Monthly
E-mail: [email protected]

(4) Zhao Rong Meekness Association
Serve: Hei Ling Chau Correctional Institution
Object: Adult Male
Schedule: Monthly
E-mail: [email protected]

(5) Joy Tak Mildness Association
Serve: Tong Fuk Correctional Institution
Object: Adult Male
Schedule: Monthly
E-mail: [email protected]

(6) Hon Jor Sapientia Association
Serve: Tai Lam Correctional Institution /Tai Lam Centre for Women
Object: Adult Male / Adult Female
Schedule: Once a month
E-mail: [email protected]

(7) Shui Ting Scientia Association
Serve: Pak Sha Wan Correctional Institution
Object: Adult Male
Schedule: Monthly
E-mail: [email protected]

(8) Ming Tao Consilium Association
Serve: Pik Uk Correctional Institution
Object: Young Male
Schedule: Monthly
E-mail: [email protected]

(9) Wai Lai Fortitudo Association
Serve: Siu Lam Psychiatric Centre /Shek Kwu Chau Treatment & Rehabilitation Centre
Object: Adult Male
Schedule: Once a month
E-mail: [email protected]

(10) Man Lan Intellectus Association
Serve: Stanley Prison
Object: Adult Male
Schedule: Monthly
E-mail: [email protected]

(11) Wong Sing Pietas Association
Serve: Lai King Correctional Institution
Object: Young Female
Schedule: Monthly
E-mail: [email protected]

(12) Cheong Bun Gratia Association
Serve: Lo Wu Correctional Institution
Object: Adult Female
Schedule: Monthly
E-mail: [email protected]

(13) St Paul’s Correspondence Association
Serve: all Correctional Institutions
E-mail: [email protected]

(14) St. Peter’s Revival Association
A) Serve: Outreaching
Object: Rehabilitated Person
Schedule: Any time and any place
B) Serve: Phoenix House / Wai Lan Rehabilitation Centre
Object: Young Male / Young Female
Schedule: Biweekly
E-mail: [email protected]

(15) Creation And Rehabilitation
A) Visual Art Group
Serve: Stanley Prison
Object: Adult Male
Schedule: Twice a month
B) Drama Group
Serve: Stanley Prison
Object: Adult Male
Schedule: Twice a month
C) Colour of Life Group
Serve: Cape Collinson Correctional Institution
Object: Young Male
Schedule: Irregular
E-mail: [email protected]

CATHOLIC ROSARY EVANGELICAL DANCE GROUP*

CATHOLIC ROSARY EVANGELICAL DANCE GROUP*

Our Mission: To praise the Lord with dancing. Through dancing, we are to do missionary work, to propagate the doctrines of Catholicism, and to serve Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong and individual churches, chapels and schools.

Correspondence Address: G/F., 1 Tai Shek Street, Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 6139-9223
E-mail: [email protected]

Spiritual Director: Rev. Francis Lau
Adviser: Rev. Dominic Chan
Chairperson: Ms. Emily Or
Coordinator: Ms. Annie Tai

CHAIN OF CHARITY MOVEMENT

CHAIN OF CHARITY MOVEMENT

Objectives:
1. To provide charitable assistance and escort services to the blind, disabled, needy persons and families.
2. To train up volunteers for delivery of community services to individuals and families with such needs.
3. To carry out appropriate supportive activities conducive to the attainment of the above objects.

Postal Address: G/F., Tung Shing House, 12-15 Tai Hang Tung Estate, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2777-2223
Fax: (852) 2777-2269
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.volunteer-ccm.org

Chairperson: Ms. Janine Lee Soo Chun
Director: Mr. Joseph Au Wai Man

CATHOLIC STUDY SOCIETY FOR INTEGRAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

CATHOLIC STUDY SOCIETY FOR INTEGRAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

Objectives: To promote integral human development by inviting scholars to carry out joint research, teaching programmes, as well as promotion and consultation work, with the spirit of cultural dialogue advocated by Matteo Ricci, Vatican II and Pope Francis, and basing on Gospel as a message of the mercy,
truth and love.

Correspondence Address: Unit 510, New Town Tower, Shatin, N.T.
E-mail: [email protected]

Chairman: Mr. Gabriel So
General affairs: Ms. Christine Lai Tin Chi
Treasurer: Ms. Cheung Mee Yee

CHOICE WEEKEND HONG KONG

CHOICE WEEKEND HONG KONG

CHOICE WEEKEND was first established in the United States in the 1960s. It was introduced to the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong in 1999 by Sr. Teresa Yuen and a group of committed Catholics.

Objects:
1. In the spirit of Christ, to organize weekend camps and related activities for the youth who are in employment.
2. To encourage self-discovery for personal growth and better human relationship.
3. To strengthen one’s faith through a community so that one may know, love and serve God and neighbours.

Address: Room B, 16/F., Success Comm. Bldg., 245-251 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, H.K.
Tel: (852) 8202-8205
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://choicehk.catholic.org.hk

Spiritual Director: Rev. Stephen Ip
President: Ms. Ginnie Chan
Vice-President: Ms. Teresa Lee

Catholic Engaged Encounter of Hong Kong

Pre-marriage formation recognized by the Diocese, a good chance for engaged couples to have profound dialogues.

Address: Room B, 16/F., Success Comm. Bldg., 245-251 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 9037-6916
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://eehk.catholic.org.hk

Spiritual Director: Rev. Pierre Lam Minh, MEP
Contact Persons:
Mr. Francis Law
Ms. Louisa Ng

CHRIST YOUTH ACTION ASSOCIATION*

CHRIST YOUTH ACTION ASSOCIATION*

Object: kindle the loving fire for youth, devote their lives for Jesus.

Address: Room A, 2/F, Bright Growth Medical Centre, 335 Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 9727-6759
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.cya.org.hk
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christyouthaction

Spiritual Directors:
Most Rev. Joseph Ha, OFM, VG
Rev. Paul Kam, VG
Rev. John Baptist Tsang
Friar William Ng, OFM
Chairman: Mr. Andrew Hung Chi Yuen

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMUNITY (HONG KONG) COMPANY LIMITED

CHRISTIAN LIFE COMMUNITY (HONG KONG)

Address: c/o Flat 4L, Wise Mansion, 52 Robinson Road, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2522-4923
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://hkclc.catholic.org.hk/
Ecclesiastical Assistant: Rev. Seán Ó Cearbhalláin, S.J.
President: Ms. Elsie Yu
Vice President: Ms. Sonya Chan
Secretary: Ms. Virginia Law

Aim: CLC is a community on mission that serves in education, the ministry of the Word and in promoting Ignatian Spirituality. The Mission of the CLC derives from its specific vocation as an Ignatian Lay Apostolic Prophetic Community and CLC is a vocation to a way of life which strives for continuing personal and social growth which is spiritual, human, apostolic and prophetic.

COMMITTEE FOR THE PROMOTION OF GOOD FILMS

COMMITTEE FOR THE PROMOTION OF GOOD FILMS

Aims:
1. Promote & support good films:
- to foster the development of human art and culture; and evoke the truth, good and beauty of the soul.
- to offer honest recreational entertainment;
- to counter trend of violence and sexism.

2. Educational:
When convenient, to hold discussions on films or give suggestions for discussion in class/small group.

3. Religious:
To undertake explorations on human life, the enlightenment of faith, and the practice and spreading of the Gospel.

4. Non-profit making:
Present good films at low price for adults and children.

Address:
c/o Centre for the Re-search of Faith,
1/F, 4 Ngan Chi Path, Ngau Chi Wan, Kowloon.

Committee Chairperson: Ms. Catherine Hung Hing Ling
Consultant: Rev. Anthony Chang
(Director, Centre for the Re-search of Faith)

CONFRATERNITY OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT

CONFRATERNITY OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT

Object: Special devotion to the Blessed Sacrament.

Men’s and Women’s Sections established in parishes.

COUPLE CO-CREATION SOCIETY LIMITED

COUPLE CO-CREATION SOCIETY LIMITED

Objects: To maintain and develop a healthy marital relationship, to co-create a happy married life, and to enhance the spiritual and religious dimensions of family life by promoting spiritual values and education on marriage and the family through talks and seminars.

Address: Room 703, Arion Commercial Centre, 2-12 Queen’s Road West, H.K.
Tel: (852) 2868-5270
Fax: (852) 2565-1608
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://couple.catholic.org.hk

Chaplain: Rev. Thomas Kwan
Board Chairperson: Mr. Ng Kwok Kwong
Vice-Chairperson: Ms. Vivian Chow Yu Nor

COUPLES FOR CHRIST FOUNDATION FOR FAMILY AND LIFE

COUPLES FOR CHRIST FOUNDATION FOR FAMILY AND LIFE

Mission: CFC-FFL is an evangelistic and missionary community committed to become families empowered by the Holy Spirit to renew the face of the earth.

Address: Flat E, 5/F., Tower 2A, Lepont, So Kwun Wat, Tuen Mun, N.T.
Tel: (852) 9464-8638, 9424-9221, 6532-5935
Website: http://missionaryfamiliesofchrist.org

Spiritual Director:
Rev. Jay Francis Flandez, SVD
Mr. Zandro Barcelona
Mr. Noel Soliva
Mr. Felix Barraca

DOMINICAN LAITY*

DOMINICAN LAITY*

Object: The sanctification of its members by the practice of a more virtuous Christian life and the promotion of the salvation of souls.

Address: Room 508, St. Dominic Centre, Rosaryhill School, 41B, Stubbs Road, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2573-3035

Spiritual Director: Rev. Jordan Zhang, OP
Direct Line: (852) 2835-5186

English Speaking Chapter
President: Mrs. Marian Yip
Vice-President: Mrs. Lonita Kan Lam Wah Fung
Secretary: Ms. Janet Choi Ming Fung
Treasurer: Mr. Stephen Lam Hon Ming

Chinese Speaking Chapter
President: Ms. Lily Wong
Vice-President: Ms. Lee Lai Ching
Secretary: Mr. Lee Wai Sun
Treasurer: Ms. Cheung Lai Ming

EUCHARISTIC OBLATES FOR THE VULNERABLE

EUCHARISTIC OBLATES FOR THE VULNERABLE

Canonically erected by Joseph Zen, the Bishop of Hong Kong as a Public Association of the Faithful on August 15, 2004, with the following objectives:

  1. To show to the vulnerable people, who are physically,mentally and/or spiritually broken, the possibility of fulfilling the Christian vocation to holiness. Any disability or brokenness embraced with the love of God through Christ can be transformed into a stepping stone to holiness.
  2. To embrace willingly any suffering for Christ and intercede humbly for others before the Blessed Sacrament.
  3. The able-bodied and the disabled join hands in their commitment to Eucharistic adoration as a consecrated group with the mission to intercede for the sanctification of the Church through prayers and penances.
  4. Through the promotion of Eucharistic adoration and various works of mercies (especially through intercession) to proclaim and glorify the unconditional love of God. Through prayer gathering, sharing and witnessing, lead those who are physically, mentally and/or spiritually broken to receive inner healing from the love of our Eucharistic Lord.

Address:
“Eucharistic Oblates for the Vulnerable”
“St. John Paul II Formation Centre”
Flat 2A, Man Kwong Court, 12 Smithfield, Kennedy Town, Hong Kong.

Tel: (852) 2818-0477, 2818-3252
Fax: (852) 2818-2509
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.eucharisticoblate.catholic.org.hk

Spiritual Director: His Eminence Cardinal Joseph Zen, SDB
President: Ms. Margaret Wong

FAITH AND LIGHT COMMUNITY

FAITH AND LIGHT COMMUNITY

Objects:
1. To promote deep links between men, women and children with a mental handicap, their families and friends, especially young people, through regular prayer meetings, sharing and social gatherings.

2. To help the parents of mentally handicapped children, through friendship and spiritual support, to face and accept their difficulties and to recognise their children as persons with their individual characters and capacities, persons capable of making progress.

3. To collaborate with associations helping handicapped people to develop their human and spiritual capacities and seeking to give them their rightful place in society and in the Church.

Address: St. Mary’s Church, 5 Dyer Avenue, Hunghom, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2764-0101

Reference Bishop:
His Eminence Cardinal Joseph Zen, SDB

Faith & Light Hong Kong Council:
Council Chaplain: Rev. Giosuè Bonzi, PIME
Council Contact Person: Ms. Gracy Tong Ka Lai

Community at St. Mary’s Church:
Community Chaplain: Sr. Rita Fung, FMM
Community Leader: Ms. Daphne Leung Wing Ka

Community at St. Margaret Mary’s Church:
Community Chaplain: Rev. Andrew Kim, KMS
Community Leader: Mrs. Wini Au

Community at Star of the Sea Church:
Community Chaplain: Rev. Deacon Faustus Lam
Community Leader: Mr. Simon Chan

FAMILY VALUES CONCERN GROUP*

FAMILY VALUES CONCERN GROUP*

Aims: To care for homosexual persons and to defend one-man one-woman marriage, social morals and family values, in line with Catholic faith and teachings.

Address: c/o HK Central Council of Catholic Laity, 1 Tai Shek Street, Sai Wan Wo, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 5400-4150
E-mail: [email protected]
Advisers:
Rev. Jacob Kwok
Rev. Lawrence Lee
Dr. Thomas Lam
Ms. Sheena Chan (Barrister-at-law)
Chairperson: Mrs. Doris Yan

FOCOLARE MOVEMENT*

FOCOLARE MOVEMENT*
(Work of Mary)

The foundress, Chiara Lubich (1920-2008), started a lay movement in Italy in 1943. Its aim is to fulfill the last prayer of Jesus to the Father: “May they all be one”(John 17:21). The spirituality of unity unites the big human family, overcoming barriers of different ages, races, cultures and religions. Those who participate in this spirituality include young people, families, people from different cultures, lay people, priests, religious, faithful of different Christian denominations and religions, even people without any religious beliefs. The first Focolare Centre in Hong Kong opened in 1970. Its publications include bimonthly New City Magazine, the Word of Life and New City Press Books.

Correspondence Address:
Men’s Centre:
5/F., 444 Sai Yeung Choi Street North, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2772-4593
E-mail: [email protected]
Mr. Ambrose Cheng, In-charge

Women’s Centre:
9th Floor, 126A, Argyle Street, Mandarin Court, Phase 5, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2337-0601
E-mail: [email protected]
Ms. Genalyn F. Caunceran, In-charge

FOUNTAIN OF LOVE AND LIFE (HK)

FOUNTAIN OF LOVE AND LIFE (HK)

Fountain of Love and Life (FLL) — global Chinese Catholic media evangelization ministries aims to use different media (video, audio, music, publications) to spread the Gospel message through different channels. Besides media productions, FLL also equips laity to participate in evangelization movement through faith formation programmes.

Objectives:
1. To proclaim, using different media, the good news of salvation to the global Chinese communities, transforming human culture through the Gospel and promoting the “culture of life”;

2. To empower the laity to carry out their mission and achieve Christian leadership by providing systematic training, and to build faith communities that focus on evangelization;

3. To promote evangelization by providing effective platforms and resources for individuals and groups;

4. To partner and collaborate with different Catholic groups/ministries, creating synergy for the promotion of evangelization.

Address: Unit 8, 10/F., Block B, Vigor Industrial Building, 14-20 Cheung Tat Road, Tsing Yi, N. T., Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 5960-4654
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: https://FLLHK.org

Advisor: Rev. Lawrence Lee
General Manager: Mr. John Chan
Secretary: Ms. Anita Lam
Treasurer: Ms. Louisa Chow
Ex-co Members:
Mr. Anthony Chan
Ms. Pinky Mak
Ms. Linda Law
Mr. Simon Yam
Mr. David Fung

GUARD OF HONOUR OF THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY*

GUARD OF HONOUR OF THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY*

Object:
Propagate the devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary by giving a concrete answer to the message of Fatima.

Address: Franciscan House, 133 Waterloo Road, Kowloon.

National Spiritual Directors :
Friar William Ng, OFM
Friar Raymond M. Yeung, OFM

Blessed Allegra

Commander: Sandra Tam
Spiritual Directors:
Friar William Ng, OFM
Friar Raymond M. Yeung, OFM

St. Francis

Commander: Stella Yeung
Spiritual Director: Rev. Paul Tam

GUILD OF ST. LUKE, SS. COSMAS & DAMIAN, HONG KONG*

GUILD OF ST. LUKE, SS. COSMAS & DAMIAN, HONG KONG*

Object: To facilitate exchanges between Catholic members of the medical and dental professions of Hong Kong with a view to the study and discussion of bio-ethical questions, and of upholding the principles of Catholic morality.

Address: c/o Ricci Hall, 93 Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong.
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://doctor.catholic.org.hk

Spiritual Adviser: Rev. Robert Ng, S.J.
Master: Dr. Peter Anthony Fok
Hon. Secretary: Dr. Leslie Fok
Hon. Treasurer: Dr. Anthony Leung

HONG KONG CATHOLIC BIBLICAL ASSOCIATION*

HONG KONG CATHOLIC BIBLICAL ASSOCIATION*

Aims:
1. To share the Good News of Salvation with Christians and non-Christians, especially with those who are easily forgotten (Evangelize).

2. To help promoting bible sharing and bible study in parishes and schools (Biblical Pastoral).

3. To promote daily bible reading.

Office Address: Room 301, 1, Tai Shek Street, Sai Wan Ho, H.K.
Tel: (852) 2147-2861
Fax: (852) 2994-8457
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.biblical.org.hk

Diocesan Director: Rev. Peter Lo
President: Ms. Marie Fung
First Vice President: Mr. Peter Henry Choi
Second Vice President: Ms. Nancy Chan
Secretary: Ms. Joyce Yuen
Treasurer: Mr. Daniel Chan
Nurture: Mr. Cosmas Kwong

HONG KONG CATHOLIC BREASTFEEDING ASSOCIATION

HONG KONG CATHOLIC BREASTFEEDING ASSOCIATION
Founded in 2011

Beliefs and Purposes:
1. Breastfeeding is an indispensable and integral part of an infant’s holistic development in body, mind and spirit.

2. Mother’s milk as food for the infant is the special providence of God and the infant has the right to it.

3. Breastfeeding can raise the health of the body, mind and spirit of the mother and infant and can enhance the intimate relationship between them.

4. To reflect on the relation between breastfeeding and faith, bringing out how breastfeeding manifests the love of motherhood and family, witnessing to the love of Christ and implementing a sacred mission, while simultaneously ameliorating the world’s ecological environment, putting into practice the spirit of love of God, love of Humans and love of the Earth.

5. To encourage Church members and institutions to be forerunners in accepting, supporting and encouraging breastfeeding and instituting paternal leave.

6. To encourage Catholic hospitals to become Baby Friendly Hospitals.

Address: 1/F., 4 Ngan Chi Path, Ngauchiwan, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2327-0724
Fax: (852) 2324-9048
E-mail: [email protected]
Facebook & yahoo blog: 香港天主教母乳育嬰會Hong Kong Catholic Breastfeeding Association

Spiritual Adviser: Rev. Anthony Chang
President: Ms. Grace Ma
Vice-President (House): Ms. Viola Li
Vice-President (Foreign): Ms. Ruby Lau
Secretary: Ms. Lau Siu Mui
Treasurer: Ms. Liu Miu Ling

CHARIS HONG KONG — (CHARIS - Catholic Charismatic Renewal International Services)

CHARIS HONG KONG — (CHARIS – Catholic Charismatic Renewal International Services)

The Catholic Charismatic Renewal originated in the USA in 1967. This worldwide movement spread to Hong Kong in the late 1970’s. A local constitution, under the guidance of Rev. Fr. Roman Carter, OP, former Spiritual Coordinator 1994-2009, was written, submitted and approved by the Diocese in 2009.

Principles and Practices:
1. To foster explicit personal conversion to Jesus Christ and receptivity to the Holy Spirit and all his gifts.

2. To foster Catholic evangelization, growth in holiness through prayer and loyalty to the Diocese of Hong Kong.

3. To register and aid all prayer groups, healing activities, rallies and seminars which are truly “charismatic” and align themselves with the vision, purpose and activity of our Service Committee and the CHARIS (Catholic Charismatic Renewal International Service) in Rome.

Address:
CHARIS Hong Kong
P.O. Box 95463 TST
Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 9812-0684 / (852) 6388-4884
E-mail: [email protected]

Diocesan Spiritual Coordinator:
Rev. Jay Francis Flandez, SVD
Moderator: Ms. Maria Lachmi Raichandani
Youth Coordinator: Mr. Jan Gube
Secretary: Ms. Marietta Gube
Treasurer: Ms. Lorraine Hamet
Exco Members:
Ms. Deirdre Chaves
Ms. Christina Lam

Renewal in the Spirit Community

Renewal in the Spirit Community
(Founded on 26-02-2000)

A member of Hong Kong Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement. Also a member of the CHARIS (Catholic Charismatic Renewal International Services) established by Pope Francis in 2019.

Incorporated under the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance and registered as a charitable organization under the Hong Kong Inland Revenue Ordinance.

Mission: Our goal is to help members achieve spiritual renewal and life enrichment through a well balanced “Five Pronged Approach”; that is, to experience God, to share His love and that of one another through Christian fellowships, to receive spiritual formation, to serve and to evangelize.

Target Group: Catholics, Catechumens, people willing to commit in serving the Catholic Church and keen to know Jesus Christ.

Address: Unit J, 12/F, MG Tower, 133 Hoi Bun Road, Ngau Tau Kok, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2866-7668
Fax: (852) 2866-7860
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.ris.org.hk

Spiritual Director: Rev. Lawrence Lee

HONG KONG CATHOLIC FEDERATION OF BASIC CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES*

HONG KONG CATHOLIC FEDERATION OF BASIC CHRISTIAN COMMUNITIES*

Objectives:
1. To comply with the spirit of the gospel, to encourage the members to love each other, to unite & to live out the Christian ideal. As well, in the name of father besides, immersed in their own environment, personally & collectively, & according to their own charisms (gifts), to take up their mission of spreading the Gospel & improving the world.

2. To facilitate the interaction, connection & exchange of experiences among members of Basic Christian Communities.

3. To provide appropriate & adequate formation for leaders & members of Basic Christian Communities.

Correspondence Address: G/F., No. 1, Tai Shek Street, Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 9355-2218

Advising Counselor: Rev. Lawrence Lee
President: Mr. Ma Sen Ching
Vice-President: Mr. Andrew Ho (Int.)
Vice-President: Ms. Lau Sin Kuen (Ext.)

HONG KONG CATHOLIC LAY MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION

HONG KONG CATHOLIC LAY MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION

Objects:
1. To respond to the call for full and active involvement in the Church’s life and mission, as lay people of Hong Kong serving in other local Churches.

2. To respond to the needs of the poor and the marginated, collaborating with them and helping them to recognize their own worth and God-given potential.

3. To help the people to whom the missionaries are sent to become self-reliant and missionary themselves.

Address: 100 Tsui Ping Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 6144-4885
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.hkclma.org.hk

HONG KONG CATHOLIC NURSES’ GUILD*

HONG KONG CATHOLIC NURSES’ GUILD*

Aims:
1. To promote the spiritual and professional training and the social welfare of the members.

2. To foster and encourage among the members the spirit of charity in the care of the sick.

3. To develop among the members their social consciousness and responsibility.

Address: c/o H.K. Central Council of Catholic Laity.
1 Tai Shek Street, Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong. or P.O. Box 3660 G.P.O., Hong Kong.
E-mail: [email protected]

Spiritual Director: Rev. Lawrence Lee
Advisers:
Ms. Rose Leung Chung Shing
Ms. Josephine Law Wai Ling
Ms. Ivy Ip Wai Yin
President: Mr. Kenneth Kwan Fu Wa (852) 6370-3594
Vice-presidents:
Ms. Gloria Cheung Sok Yee (Internal)
Ms. Yip Yuk Ling (External)
Secretary: Ms. Rose Lin Sin Yi
Treasurer: Ms. June Chow Choi Ho

HONG KONG CATHOLIC PASTORAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE DEAF*

HONG KONG CATHOLIC PASTORAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE DEAF*

Objects:
1. To promote friendship between the deaf and the hearing.

2. To spread God’s news to deaf people through monthly gatherings, pastoral activities & personal contact.

3. To provide catechism classes for deaf people who wish to join the church and preparing them for the reception of Sacraments.

Sign Language Mass: 1st Sunday 5:00 p.m.
Other Sunday please contact us for details.

Address:
Diocesan Pastoral Centre for the Disabled
80 Princess Margaret Road, Homantin, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2768-8116
Fax: (852) 2715-1000
WhatsApp: (852) 6405-3673
E-mail: [email protected]
Homepage:
dpcd.catholic.org.hk
www.dpcd.org.hk

Spiritual Director: Rev. Benedict Lam
President: Mr. John Tam Kam Tong
Contact Person: Ms. Ida Lau Pui Shan

HONG KONG CATHOLIC VEGETARIAN ASSOCIATION

HONG KONG CATHOLIC VEGETARIAN ASSOCIATION
Founded in 2011

Beliefs and Purposes:
1. Through vegetarianism to promote health in body, mind and spirit and to put the spirit of ‘love of God, love of humans and love of the earth’ into practice;

2. To help improve the world ecological environment, and reduce the effects of the livestock industry on greenhouse emissions, the emergence of deadly viruses and microbes, and the depletion and pollution of precious water resources;

3. To reflect on and witness to the relationship between vegetarianism and faith, and to explore the relationship between the Eucharistic sacrament and the nourishment of the body, mind and spirit in vegetarianism;

4. To share on the benefits that vegetarian practice has on ecological conservation;

5. To promote mutual support and encouragement among those wishing to practise vegetarianism.

Address: 1/F., 4 Ngan Chi Path, Ngau chi wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2327-0724
Fax: (852) 2324-9048
E-mail: [email protected]
Facebook:  香港天主教素食會Hong Kong Catholic Vegetarian Association

Spiritual Adviser: Rev. Anthony Chang
President: Ms. Anita Leung Yuk Ting
Internal Vice-President: Ms. Josephine Lau Man Chi
External Vice-President: Ms. Wenny Ng Man Fung
Secretary: Ms. Cindy Lee Mei Har
Treasurer: Ms. Fenny Cheung Wai Heung
Exco.:
Mr. Tom Tam Siu Yee
Ms. Shara Ng
Ms. Agnes Wong Mei Wah

HONG KONG CHINESE THEOLOGY ASSOCIATION

HONG KONG CHINESE THEOLOGY ASSOCIATION

Aims:
1. To promote the indigenization of theology according to the development and needs of the local Church.

2. To offer to members the occasion for self-study and self-formation.

Address: 1/F., No. 4, Ngan Chi Path, Ngauchiwan, Kowloon.

President: Rev. Anthony Chang
Vice-President: Rev. Thomas Kwan
Secretary: (Vacant)
Treasurer: Sr. Emily Wong, FMM

HONG KONG DIOCESE ALTAR SERVERS’ ASSOCIATION*

HONG KONG DIOCESE ALTAR SERVERS’ ASSOCIATION*

Objects:
1. To strengthen the relationship and enhance the communication of all members of the association by holding spiritual development and community activities.

2. To assist and aid all members of the association in their development, and concern their stature through parish visits regularly.

3. To participate and cooperate with the diocesan’s liturgical activities.

Address: Diocesan Liturgy Commission, 10/F., 16, Caine Road, Hong Kong.
(Attn.: Hong Kong Diocese Altar Servers’ Association)
E-mail: [email protected]

Spiritual Director: Rev. Joseph Ng (852) 2552-6230
Chairperson: Mr. Tang Ho Ming (852) 6194-4251
Vice-Chairperson: Mr. Stephen Anthony Wong Gwan Lung
Secretary:
Ms. Victoria Wong Lai Ying
Mr. Tony Kwok Tung Yi
Treasurer:
Mr. Ko Lok Him
Mr. Joseph Chan Hon Lam
Master of Ceremony: Mr. Webster Luk Zixuan
General Affair: Ms. Sonia Lee Ho Ching
Advisers: Mr. Nicholas Chiu Chin Ting

HONG KONG FEDERATION OF CATHOLIC CU*

HONG KONG FEDERATION OF CATHOLIC CU*

Mission:
1. To assist members:
(1) To establish cordial relationship with the local parish.
(2) To lead a life of devotion and faith.
(3) To participate in development programs of the local parish.
(4) To obtain full support of the local parish.

2. To foster relationship between member credit unions by mutual visits and exchange of ideas and experience.

3. To provide training to leaders and members of credit unions in living faith and credit union ideals and movement.

4. To promote credit union movement in the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong and to assist in the establishment of new credit unions in various Parish Churches.

President: Mr. Christopher Lai Yiu Man
Tel: (852) 6132-1623
Vice-President (Ext):
Ms. Teriesa Lo Wai Man
Tel: (852) 9426-3029
Secretary:
Ms. Connie Lam Yuen Wah
Tel: (852) 9835-0897
Treasurer: Ms. Cecilia Tsui

Corp. Address: c/o St. John the Baptist Parish, 29 Yee On Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon.
Telephone hotline: (852) 8206-3788
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://CatCUFed.org

HONG KONG FEDERATION OF CATHOLIC STUDENTS*

HONG KONG FEDERATION OF CATHOLIC STUDENTS*

Aims: To unite all Catholic students to actualize Christian spirit.

1. To promote the indigenized church so that Faith can be enrooted in the grassroot community.

2. To arouse the interest of members to struggle with the poor and the oppressed and build up a just society.

Address: 7/F., Block B, Caritas Centre, 256A, Prince Edward Road West, Kln.
Tel/Fax: (852) 2338-6206
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://hkfcs.catholic.org.hk

Chaplain: Rev. Martin Ip

HONG KONG ST. LUKE'S GUILD OF CATHOLIC ARTISTS

HONG KONG ST. LUKE’S GUILD OF CATHOLIC ARTISTS

Object: To glorify God through contemporary arts.  Helping people to know God or cultivating people’s relationship with God through art making, exhibitions and meditative workshops.

Address: C/O 133 Waterloo Road, Kowloon Tong.
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: https://www.hongkongstluke.art/

Adviser: Friar William Ng, OFM
Chairperson: Ms. Cheryl Chow

JOY OF LIFE LIMITED*

JOY OF LIFE LIMITED*

Mission:
1) To promote the awareness of the problem of abortion to the people of Hong Kong so as to protect the basic value of Human Life.

2) To build up the Culture of Life through prayer, education and service.

Address: c/o HK Central Council of Catholic Laity,
1 Tai Shek Street, Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 9803-5168
Fax: (852) 3007-3415
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: jol.org.hk

Adviser: Rev. Lawrence Lee
Chairperson: Mr. Kevin Lai

LAY CANOSSIANS-HONG KONG

LAY CANOSSIANS-HONG KONG

Object: To promote the charism of St. Magdalene of Canossa as lay Catholics, by witnessing to the Great Love of Jesus on the Cross in daily life for the Glory of God and Salvation of All.

Correspondence Address:
34-36 Caine Road, Hong Kong.
Contact Tel: (852) 2523-6570, 9122-1034

Provincial Sister Animators: Sr. Teresa Kwan, FDCC
Provincial Coordinator: Ms. Enrica Chui
Provincial Vice-Coordinator: Ms. Anna Ling
Provincial Secretary: Ms. Mary Wong
Provincial Treasurer: Ms. Catherine Yau
Provincial Formator: Ms. Frances Chow

LEGION OF MARY*

LEGION OF MARY*

Objective: The object of the Legion of Mary is the glory of God through the holiness of its members developed by prayer and active co-operation, under ecclesiastical guidance, in Mary’s and the Church’s work of crushing the head of the serpent and advancing the reign of Christ.

Hong Kong Comitium

The highest council in Hong Kong. It composed of Chinese senior praesidia in the Central, Western and Southern Districts, including outlying islands, of Hong Kong Island. In addition, it supervises all Curiae in Hong Kong.

Mail to: G.P.O. Box 3531, Hong Kong.
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.legion-of-mary.org.hk

Spiritual Director: Rev. Francis Tam, OFS
President: Sr. Maria Tam
Vice-President: Sr. Marble Tsang

Curia Annunciata

It is composed of Chinese junior praesidia in Hong Kong Island; affiliated to Hong Kong Comitium.

Spiritual Director: Rev. Deacon Victor Lee
President: Sr. Karen Law
Vice-President: Sr. Joyce Leung

Curia Mother of the Church

It is composed of Chinese senior praesidia in eastern district of Hong Kong Island, affiliated to Hong Kong Comitium.

E-mail: [email protected]

Spiritual Director: Sr. Nancy Margaret Cheung, SPC
President: Sr. Amelia Kwan
Vice-President: Sr. Dionne Chang

Curia Immaculata

It is composed of English senior praesidia in Hong Kong Island, western of Garden Road, including outlying islands, affiliated to Hong Kong Comitium.

Mail to: G. P.O. Box 10999, Hong Kong.

Spiritual Director: Rev. Denes da Silva
President: Sr. Maria Lee
Vice-President: Sr. Angela Lau

Curia Rosarii

It is composed of English senior praesidia, eastern of Garden Road in Hong Kong Island, affiliated to Hong Kong Comitium.

Mail to: c/o St. Margaret Mary’s Church
2A, Broadwood Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong.

Spiritual Director: Rev. Jordan Zhang, OP
President: Br. Conrad Chau
Vice-President: Sr. Isabella Ho

Curia Mater Dei

It is composed of English junior praesidia in Hong Kong Island, affiliated to Curia Rosarii.

E-mail: [email protected]

Spiritual Director: Rev. Cyril Cheung
President: Br. Gabriel Lam
Vice-President: Sr. Angela Tang

Curia Assumpta

It is composed of Chinese senior praesidia in western side of Kowloon peninsula and the New Territories, affiliated to Hong Kong Comitium.

Spiritual Director: Rev. Deacon John Lam
President: Sr. Eddith Chin
Vice-President: Sr. Teresa Chow

Curia Mother of Joy

It is composed of Chinese junior praesidia in western side of Kowloon peninsula and the New Territories, affiliated to Curia Assumpta.

Spiritual Director: Rev. Adjutus Tian, OFM
President: Sr. Sonia Law
Vice-President: Sr. Karman Ching

Curia Regina Pacis Sinarum

It is composed of Chinese senior praesidia eastern side of Kowloon peninsula, affiliated to Hong Kong Comitium.

Email: [email protected]

Spiritual Director: Friar Raymond M. Yeung, OFM
President: Sr. Rose Tam
Vice-President: Br. Kan Chi Ming

Curia Queen of China

It is composed of Chinese junior praesidia in eastern side of Kowloon peninsula; affiliated to Curia Regina Pacis Sinarum.

E-mail: [email protected]

Spiritual Director: Sr. Maria Teresa Li, CIC
President: Br. Chan Ka Ho
Vice-President: Br. Lau Ho Pong

Curia Fidelis

It is composed of English senior praesidia in Kowloon peninsula and the New Territories, affiliated to Hong Kong Comitium.

Spiritual Director: Rev. Paul Tam
President: Sr. Margaret Madar
Vice-President: Sr. Concepcion King

Curia Regina

It is composed of English junior praesidia in Kowloon peninsula and the New Territories, affiliated to Curia Fidelis.

E-mail: [email protected]

Spiritual Director:
Rev. Deacon Charles Chu
President: Sr. Lillian Tam
Vice President: Br. Denis Leung

Curia Queen of Divine Grace

It is composed of Korean senior praesidia in Hong Kong, affiliated to Hong Kong Comitium.

Spiritual Director: Fr. Joseph JH Kim
President: Br. John Ro
Vice-President: Sr. Lucia Byon

LIFE ASCENDING INTERNATIONAL HONG KONG*

LIFE ASCENDING INTERNATIONAL HONG KONG*
(Established: April 2002)

Objectives:
(1) To encourage retired persons to offer themselves in serving God and other people and to facilitate a more enriched personal development in the contexts of their parishes and in the Diocese of Hong Kong;

(2) To support fellow retired persons in their continuous spiritual development and in there realizing of their responsibilities to serve the community and to preach the Gospel; and

(3) To encourage fellow retired persons to upkeep their life skills and abilities through lifelong learning and to care for others in a Christian fellowship to love God and to love all men and women.

Address:
c/o H.K. Central Council of Catholic Laity,
1 Holy Cross Path, Sai Wan Ho, H.K.
E-mail: [email protected]
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lifeascendinghk

Spiritual Director: Rev. Joseph Liu
Committee:
President: Ms. Magdalene Tai Hing Oi
Vice President: Mr. John Wong Hon Chung
Secretary: Ms. Elizabeth Liu Mei Yin
Treasurer: Ms. Elizabeth Kwok Yuk Fong
Executive Members:
Ms. Rosa Ho Lai Wah
Mr. Augustine Wong Pak Ting
Mr. Albert Poon Sau Chiu
Ms. Magdalene Yeung May Fan
Appointed Committee:
Mr. Thomas Yip Tak Lam

LITTLE BRETHREN OF MARY MOVEMENT

LITTLE BRETHREN OF MARY MOVEMENT

The Little Brethren of Mary was founded: Mexico, 1971. Consists of a private Association of faithful. Founded by Fr. Antonio Piacentini, of the Comboni Missionaries of the Heart of Jesus. It arose with the goal of helping its members to transform their lives, listening to, loving and living the Gospel and making it known, loved and lived, forming groups of Christian life.

The Movement offers the possibility of dedicating oneself to God in a committed lay life. Living in separate communities, single men and women dedicate their life to the service of the Gospel.

One of this communities has been established in Hong Kong in 1987.

Address: 1/F., 21 Pang Ching Street, Tokwawan, Kowloon.
Fax/Tel: (852) 2491-2144
E-mail: [email protected]

Ms. Maria Dolores Faustino Amaya, In charge
Ms. Magdalena Martinez
Ms. Marites Saralde

NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY COMMUNITY IN HONG KONG

NEOCATECHUMENAL WAY COMMUNITY IN HONG KONG

Objective: The Neocatechumenal Way began in the early 60’s in the slums of Madrid, initiated by Kiko Argúello and Carmen Hernandez, and was endorsed by the Archbishop of Madrid then, Casimiro Morcillo. It has now spread globally over 900 Dioceses in 105 Nations.

The nature of the Neocatechumenal Way was defined by Pope St. John Paul II when he wrote: “I recognize the Neocatechumenal Way as an Itinerary of Catholic Formation, valid for our society and for our times”.

The Neocatechumenal Way is at the service of local bishops, as one of the forms of diocesan implementation of Christian Initiation and for on-going post-baptismal education.

The Neocatechumenal Way, evolves in small communities, which continue on an itinerary of faith supported by the Tripod of the Word of God and the Holy Eucharist celebrated weekly in the Community, and monthly, a Convivence among brothers and sisters.

Address:
Cheung Sha Wan Catholic Secondary School,
533 Fuk Wing Street, Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 9101-5835
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.camminoneocatecumenale.it

Presbyters:
Rev. Pietro Galbiati, PIME
Rev. Pereira Da Silva
Responsible Person in Hong Kong: Mr. Anthony K. Ho

ONE HEART FAMILY

ONE HEART FAMILY

One Heart Family is a formation centre of faith and a spiritual community of Christians tending towards holiness with the objects of:

1. Practising and promoting devotions to the Trinity and the Blessed Virgin;

2. Practising and promoting the spirituality of returning to God the Father with Mary, through Jesus and in the Holy Spirit;

3. Fostering unceasing prayer of the heart and perpetual adoration of the Eucharist.

Address: Flat B, 8/F., Sung Lan Mansion, 37 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2574-1470

Spiritual Director: Rev. Peter Zhao
President: Ms. Elizabeth Wang

REGNUM CHRISTI FEDERATION IN HONG KONG (Regnum Christi Hong Kong)

REGNUM CHRISTI FEDERATION IN HONG KONG
(Regnum Christi Hong Kong)

Objective: Seeks to respond effectively to the principal needs of evangelization in our own sphere of life. Without excluding any type of apostolic activity, Lay Members Associated to the RCHK will undertake initiatives and establish apostolic works directed especially at proclaiming the faith and spreading Catholic doctrine; at the Christian formation and education of youth and adults; at the promotion of marriage and the family; at vocation ministry; at the evangelization of the professions, of culture and of the media; and at the promotion of the social doctrine of the Church and the practice of the works of mercy.

Address: 4A Crestmont Villa, 45 Caperidge Drive, Discovery Bay, Lantau, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 9042-3790, 6131- 8247
E-mail: [email protected]
Website:
www.regnumchristihk.org
www.regnumchristi.org

Spiritual Directors:
Rev. Joseph Tham, LC
Rev. Marco Cho, LC
Contact persons:
Ms. Vivien Lee Kwok
Mr. Alvin Lee

SALESIANS CO-OPERATORS*

SALESIANS CO-OPERATORS*

Object: The Salesian Cooperators, officially set up by St. John Bosco as a “Pious Union”, the third branch of the Salesian Family, share the same charism of St. John Bosco with the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB) and Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (FMA), who are dedicated in the Church to an extensive apostolate among the young and the poor.

Address: B, G/F., Shun Shing Mansion, 466 De Veoux Road West, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2819-0415

Provincial Delegates:
Rev. Matthew Chan, SDB
Sr. Cecilia Tse, FMA
Coordinator: Ms. Teresa Lam Mok Yung
Members: 400

SALESIAN YOUTH SERVICES

SALESIAN YOUTH SERVICES
(Salesian Youth Ministry Office)

Object: Following the educative method of St. John Bosco, the holy founder of the Salesian Society, the association proposes to foster the human and Christian formation of youth, furthering their growth in the spirit, their practice of service and evangelization, and thus their contribution to the building of a Christian Society. The way to serve such an objective is the promotion of the Salesian Youth Movement, i.e. the Salesian Youth culture.

Address:
18 Chai Wan Road, Shau Kei Wan, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2714-7831
Fax: (852) 2712-7956
E-mail: [email protected]

President: Rev. Antonio Leung, SDB

SECULAR FRANCISCAN ORDER*

SECULAR FRANCISCAN ORDER*

Object: The deepening of evangelical life according to the spirit of Saint Francis of Assisi.

Address: c/o 133 Waterloo Road, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2336-1566

Hong Kong Regional Fraternity Spiritual Assistant: Friar William Ng, OFM
Minister: Ms. Teresa Tang, OFS
Vice-Minister: Mr. Mark Leung, OFS
Minister of the Fraternity of Blessed Duns Scotus: Ms. Florencia Alabata, OFS
Minister of the Fraternity of St. Anthony: Mr. Anthony Leung, OFS
Minister of the Fraternity of St. Margaret: Mr. Stephen Yuen, OFS
Minister of the Fraternity of St. Bonaventure: Mr. Mark Leung, OFS
Minister of the Fraternity of Blessed Gabriele M. Allegra: Ms. Lucia Lau, OFS
Minister of the Franciscan Youth: (Vacant)

SERRA CLUB OF HONG KONG*

SERRA CLUB OF HONG KONG*
(Chartered to Serra International)

Objectives:
1. To foster and promote vocations to the ministerial priesthood in the Catholic Church as a particular vocation to service, and to support priests in their sacred ministry;

2. To encourage and affirm vocations to consecrated religious life in the Catholic Church, and

3. To assist its members to recognize and respond in their own lives to God’s call to holiness in Jesus Christ and through the Holy Spirit.

E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.serraclubhk.org
Correspondence Address:
c/o Dr. Richard Tan
Room 704-705, Champion Building, 301-309 Nathan Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2385-2121
Fax: (852) 2385-2009

Spiritual Director: Rev. Fr. John B. Tsang
Contact Person: Dr. Richard Tan (Hon. Secretary)
District Governor: Ms. Maria Mak (Macau)
President: Mr. Fergus Chau
1st Vice President: Ms. Elizabeth Cheng
2nd Vice President: Mr. Derek Ku
3rd Vice President: Mr. Wilfred Lee
Hon. Secretary: Dr. Richard Tan
Hon. Treasurer: Ms. Sabrina Lee
Executive Officer: Mr. Peter Lee
1 Year – Trustee: Mrs. Winnie Yau
2 Year – Trustee: Mr. Peter Tam
3 Year – Trustee: Mr. John Wong
Co-opt members:
Mr. Denis Chang, SC
Mr. Michael Chuang
Immediate Past President: Ms. Francisca Lo

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL*

SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL*

Objective: Its chief work is to visit the poor, irrespective of race and creed, in their homes to endeavour to help their social and religious lives, the education of poor children and medical treatment for the sick, and to encourage them to exert themselves to be again on their feet. By tender interest and manner, the visiting members may well give them new hope and comfort which are so badly needed by many in time of adversity.

Address:
Ozanam Comprehensive Service Centre
Unit 119, G/F., Block 19, Shek Kip Mei Estate, 65 Shek Kip Mei Street, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2778-5288
Fax: (852) 2319-5677
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.ssvp.org.hk

Central Council of Hong Kong:
Spiritual Director: Rev. Dominic Chan
President: Mr. Ellis Suen
Vice-Presidents:
Ms. Flora Lee
Ms. Cecilia Ko
Ms. Sophia Chow
Centre Officer-in-charge: Mr. Peter Au

SODALITY OF MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS*

SODALITY OF MARY HELP OF CHRISTIANS*

Aim: To foster the growth and sanctification of members’ Christian life, “sojourning in the world yet longing for God”, through the daily practice of spiritual reading and meditation so that, with the help of the Holy Spirit and Our Lady, they may become the salt of the earth and the light of the world.

Address:
Bonfire Ltd.
21/F., Cameron Commercial Centre, 458-468 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2838-0780
Fax: (852) 2838-0876

Spiritual Director: Rev. Joseph Lee, SDB
President: Ms. Alice Lee

ST. CAMILLUS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION

ST. CAMILLUS BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION

Objects:
1. To follow St. Camillus in practising acts of love.
2. To help members to learn the spirit of mutual cooperation.
3. To assist members with serious disabilities.

Address: G/F., 14-15 Wang Hau House, Wang Tau Hom Estate, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2337-4987

Spiritual Director: Sr. Virgin Mary Tai, IHM
Asst. Spiritual Director: Sr. Josephine Suen, FMM
President: Mr. Wong Tin Chi
Vice-President: Mr. Chiu Kam Kuen
Adviser: Mrs. Wong Lai Oi Chan

Members: 195

ST. JUSTIN INSTITUTE LIMITED

ST. JUSTIN INSTITUTE LIMITED

St. Justin Institute Limited (SJI) is a non­-profit Catholic lay association established for the advancement of the Christian faith, and for promoting, assisting, facilitating the self-understanding and development of the Catholic Church and its communities. To further this objective, SJI endeavours to:

1. Promote and conduct applied research about the Catholic Church and its relationship with other disciplines of study for the betterment of common good of the Catholic Church and society;

2. Promote the understanding of Catholic morals and values for the integration and sustainable development of the Catholic Church and society; and

3. Conduct training and development for the advancement of Christianity.

Address: Room 2504, Block B, Kornhill, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong.
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel: (852) 9377-8163

Ecclesiastical Adviser: Rev. Lawrence Lee
Chairman: Dr. William Tong
Secretary: Dr. Peter Tam
Treasurer: Dr. Dominic Lee

ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC GROUP (SMCG)

ST. MARYS’ CATHOLIC GROUP
(SMCG)

Aims:
1. To unite efforts of promoting public worship.
2. To assist and support each other in a spirit of Christian love and justice.
3. To pursue spiritual growth and social upliftment.
4. To promote a better relation among each other.
5. To provide a means for dealing with common problems.

Address:
St. Mary’s Parish
5, Dyer Avenue, Hung Hom, Kowloon.
E-mail: [email protected]

Sunday Mass: 7:30 a.m., 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12:00 noon (English)
Spiritual Adviser: Sr. Eden Tabudlong, MIC (852) 9821-2031
Coordinator: Ms. Mercy G. Lorzano (852) 9200-8972
Asst. Coordinator: Ms. Ruth A. Castellano (852) 5260-7851/2539-7451

THE CATHOLIC DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION FOR SMALL COMMUNITIES OF FAITH

THE CATHOLIC DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION FOR SMALL COMMUNITIES OF FAITH

Objectives:
l. To cultivate leaders for SCF, for building a solid foundation for the overall promotion of SCF.

2. To render professional consultative services for the long-term development of SCFs.

3. To research on the history and modes of development of SCF in the Church, and to explore their direction of development in the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong.

4. To build network with local and overseas Chinese-speaking Catholic communities for exchange and cooperation, with a view to promote SCF in Chinese­-speaking Catholic communities on the global level.

Address: Room 887, Block 2, Catholic Diocese Centre, 16 Caine Road, H.K.
Tel: (852) 5349-2414

Counselors:
Rev. Dominic Chan
Rev. Lawrence Lee
Spiritual Director: Rev. Simon Wong, S.J.
Chairman: Mr. John Chan
Vice Chairman (Int.): Mr. Simon Yam
Vice Chairwoman (Ext.): Ms. Pinky Mak
Secretary: Ms. Betty Siu

THE CATHOLIC SCOUT GUILD*

THE CATHOLIC SCOUT GUILD*

Objective: The Guild aims at uniting all Catholic Scouts and Guides, Catholic Groups / Companies and their sponsoring bodies, in their capacity as members of the Catholic Church, to adhere to the spirit of the Gospel, to strengthen the study of Catholic teachings and spiritual development, to practise the commandment of love, and to play their religious roles in promoting the Scouting Movement.

Address:
c/o H.K. Central Council of Catholic Laity,
1 Tai Shek Street, Sai Wan Ho, H.K.

Chaplain: Rev. Deacon Peter Leung
Hon. Adviser: Sr. Marisa Pia Lo, FMM
Chairperson: Ms. Alice Choi Ying Ying
Vice-Chairperson: Mr. Vincent Lau Ka Lok
Hon. Treasurer: Mr. Albert Chiu Yue Shing
Hon. Secretary: Mr. Oscar Lai Man Lok
Procurator: Mr. Francis Xavier Fung Yui Ming

THE CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE

THE CATHOLIC WOMEN’S LEAGUE

Object: To bring English-speaking Catholic Women together in prayer and to work on charitable projects to help the poor, marginalized and those in dire needs.

Activities: Mass and Holy Hour every Thursday followed by fellowship lunch. Organising Fund raising for our tuition support for students and our Hardship Fund.

Address:
c/o Catholic Centre,
Grand Building, 3rd floor, 15-18, Connaught Rd. Central, H.K.
Tel: (852) 2523-9815
Fax: (852) 2523-9277
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.cwlhk.org

Spiritual Director: Rev. John Russell, S.J.
President: Mrs. Irene Chen

THE COMMUNITY OF SANT’ EGIDIO

THE COMMUNITY OF SANT’ EGIDIO

The Community of Sant’ Egidio is a Christian community born in 1968, under the initiation of Andrea Riccardi, right after the second Vatican Council. The Community pays attention to the periphery and peripheral people, gathering men and women of all ages and conditions, united by a fraternal tie through the listening of the Gospel and the voluntary and free commitment for the poor and peace. With the years, it has become a network of communities in more than 70 countries of the world.

Prayer, poor and peace are its fundamentals points of reference.

Address: Flat B, 7/F., Kam Ling Building, 231 Nathan Road, Jordan, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 9546-7240
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.santegidio.org

Responsible persons:
Ms. Catherina Tam
Ms. Eugenia Tsui

THE COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC SOCIETIES IN GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

THE COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC SOCIETIES IN GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Object: To assist each member in promoting the spiritual welfare and social consciousness.

Correspondence Address:
Our Lady of the China Parish
148 Tai Kok Tsui Road, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2395-2522
Fax: (852) 2381-0522

Spiritual Director: Rev. Francis Tam, OFS

THE HONG KONG ASSOCIATION OF THE ORDER OF MALTA

THE HONG KONG ASSOCIATION OF THE ORDER OF MALTA

Mission: Upholding human dignity and caring for people in need.
The Order of Malta is a Catholic lay religious order (*) founded in Jerusalem in 1113 and present in Hong Kong since 2007. Inspired by its spiritual principles: to testify the faith, service to the suffering; its medical, social and humanitarian works carry the mission to alleviate the suffering of the sick, the forgotten and all those in need regardless of race or religious faith. The Hong Kong Association of the Order of Malta Limited., (HKAOM) is a volunteer-run, Section 88 registered charity, members are Hong Kong residents. Members of the Order work collaboratively with volunteers from all walks of life as well as other local service delivery organisations, developing programmes to address the needs of the vulnerable, caring and serving members of the local community in Hong Kong.

(*) The description of the Order of Malta as a “lay religious order”  is approved by the Apostolic See.  That description refers to the fact that the Order is composed of two groups of members: male, non-ordained members who profess the vows of chastity, poverty and obedience (like other religious), and members who do not profess those three vows but remain in the lay state who can be men or women, married or single.

Correspondence Address:
P.O. Box 38126
Hing Fat Street Post Office
Hong Kong
E-mail: [email protected]
HK Website: www.orderofmalta.org.hk
Conventual Chaplains Ad Honorem of The Order:
Msgr. Javier Herrera Corona
Rev. Peter Choy, VG
Committee (Dec 2021 – Dec 2024)
President: Ms. Desiree Jebsen
Chancellor: Mr. Ambrose Ng
Hospitaller:
Ms. Sophie Mensdorff-Pouilly
Treasurer: Mr. Joseph Hui
Vice Treasurer: Ms. Jenny Yu
Communications Delegate:
Ms. Esmeralda Moreno Yau

THE MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS (MMP)

THE MARIAN MOVEMENT OF PRIESTS (MMP)

Aims: To promote the consecration of priests, religious and laity to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and to promote Cenacles of Prayer to all.

Correspondence Address:
69B, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2546-1154
Fax: (852) 2559-5734

Priest-in-charge: Rev. Pedro Leong, SDB

THE SECULAR ORDER OF THE TERESIAN CARMEL MOTHER OF GOD FRATERNITY

THE SECULAR ORDER OF THE TERESIAN CARMEL MOTHER OF GOD FRATERNITY
(Established on 15 Oct., 1989.)

Object: To help those interested in the Carmelite Teresian spirit to live an evangelical life, tending towards Christian perfection according to the tradition of the Discalced Carmelite Order.

Correspondence Address:
Apt. B, 8/F., Sunglan Mansion, 37 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.
E-mail: [email protected]

Spiritual Asst.: Rev. Philip Tay, OCD
President: Ms. Martina Leung (852) 2568-2781

THE VINEYARD PRAYER COMMUNITY

THE VINEYARD PRAYER COMMUNITY

Objects:
1. A Joyous and lively community with emphasis on close relationship with God.
2. Prayers and Music as two constitutive elements of the Group.
3. Giving witness to God through various services and activities.

Address: Room D, 6/F., Yuet Ming Bldg., 52, Yuet Wah Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 6481-7727

Adviser: Ms. Teresa Lee
Contact Person: Ms. Teresa Lee

THE WORLD COMMUNITY FOR CHRISTIAN MEDITATION (HONG KONG)*

THE WORLD COMMUNITY FOR CHRISTIAN MEDITATION (HONG KONG) *

Objects:
1. To spread the teachings of Christian meditation as taught by Father John Main, OSB. During meditation, our spirit and body comes to stillness. St. John of the Cross said. “God is the centre of my soul.” Meditation is a twice daily contemplative pilgrimage towards one’s self-centre.

2. To maintain regular contact with the International Centre of WCCM for updated information on resources and development;

3. To support the birthing and continued growth of meditation groups;

4. To organize retreats, seminars, workshops, etc. on regular basis for the nurture of meditators;

Address:
St. Jude’s Church
30 Kin Wah Street, North Point, Hong Kong.
Tel: (852) 2214-1613
E-mail: [email protected]
WCCM Website: www.wccm.org
Local Website: wccm.hk

Spiritual Adviser: Rev. Tommy Murphy, SSC
Coordinator: Ms. Vivian Lee
Vice-Coordinator:
Ms. Celina Chan
Ms. Eva Tseung

UT ABUNDANTIUS COMMUNITY

UT ABUNDANTIUS COMMUNITY

Aims:
1. Motto: “I come so that they might have life and have it more abundantly.” (Jn 10:10)

2. Vision: Through the guidance of God, establish a community which is filled with love and candour and whose members walk together, renewing themselves in the Lord, more and more people experiencing a life of joy abundantly, giving praises and thanks to the Lord unceasingly, committing themselves to various services, overcoming all difficulties to build Church communities and preaching the Gospel to the end of the world.

3. Mission: Experience life in abundance, walk hand in hand with the Church to preach the good news to the world.

Address: Room 1803, 18/F., Laurels Industrial Centre, 32 Tai Yau Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2815-8882
WhatsApp: (852) 9135-2469
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.uac.org.hk
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/uac2011/

Principal Spiritual Director: His Eminence Cardinal Joseph Zen, SDB
Chairperson: Mr. Thomas Lam
Director: Mrs. Rebecca Chan

VOLUNTEERS OF SUFFERING*

VOLUNTEERS OF SUFFERING*

Objects:
1. To promote friendship among the handicapped and the able-bodied.

2. To foster the spirit of mutual aid and care through the co-operation of the accordance with the spirit of the Gospel.

3. To encourage the members to accept their disabilities, illnesses, pains and insufficient so that such pains will become the driving force of their lives.

Mass: 1st Sunday, 11:45 a.m.

Address:
Diocesan Pastoral Centre for the Disabled
80 Princess Margaret Road, Ho Man Tin, Kowloon.
Tel: (852) 2768-8116
Fax: (852) 2715-1000
WhatsApp: (852) 6405-3673
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: dpcd.catholic.org.hk
www.dpcd.org.hk

Spiritual Director: Ms. Margaret Wong
President: Ms. Irene Wu
Vice-Presidents:
Ms. Annie Cheung
Mr. Tong Kar Wai

YEE TSENG THE LIFE OF DIVINE WORD COMMUNITY

YEE TSENG THE LIFE OF DIVINE WORD COMMUNITY
(Founded on 24-3-2010)

Objectives:
1. Evangelize and spread the Kingdom of God.

2. Collect donations for the formation of seminarians.

3. Build up communities in communion with the Church in Mainland China through pilgrimages.

4. Pray for world peace during Eucharistic Adoration at St. Joseph’s Church, Kowloon Bay, on every Thursday.

5. Sponsor and support the establishment of Saint Francis University.

General affairs:
Regular gatherings and activities

Organization:
As a Community under the St. Joseph’s Parish, Kowloon Bay.

President: Ms. Lau Suk Lin
Tel: (852) 9232-4795
Postal Address: St. Joseph’s Church,
1/F., 57 Kwun Tong Road, Kowloon.

YOUNG CHRISTIAN WORKERS (HONG KONG) (YCW)

YOUNG CHRISTIAN WORKERS (HONG KONG) (YCW)

Object: An apostolic movement of young workers in the Church, working together to find the answer to their problems through education, services and representation.

(To be reorganized)

YUAN DAO STUDY SOCIETY

YUAN DAO STUDY SOCIETY

Objectives: To promote Catholic studies among intellectuals in Mainland China and overseas. To advance inculturation of Christian faith through organizing exchange programs, conferences, seminars, translations and publications.

Correspondence Address:
P.O. Box No. 679, Tai Po Post Office, New Territories.

E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.yuandaohk.org

President: Rev. Peter Choy, VG
Vice President: Ms. Christine Lai Tin Chi
Secretary: Ms. Rita Liu Kit Shan
Treasurer: Ms. Chung Kit Ying
Hospitality Service: Mr. Simon Yuen Sun Ming