Perayaan 120 Tahun Khabar Gembira 2007

Banner sempena 120 Tahun Khabar Gembira

Zon 2 Inobong telah dipilih menjadi tuan rumah sempena perayaan 120 Tahun Khabar Gembira Penampang Parish pada 17 Jun 2007.

Sacred Heart Church Inobong

The Mass was led by Bishop John Lee with a few priests assisting him. Saya tidak dapat mengambil gambar masa tu sebab terlalu ramai orang. Beberapa khemah telah dipasang di luar gereja, juga dipenuhi oleh umat Katolik seluruh Penampang.

Sempena perayaan tersebut, banyak aktiviti telah dijalankan sebelum 17.06.2007. Salah satunya adalah pertandingan mencipta lagu sempena 120 tahun khabar gembira. Zon Inobong tidak terkecuali. Koir ini dianggotai oleh berbagai peringkat peringkat umur iaitu tua dan muda. Ini merupakan syarat utama untuk menunjukkan perpaduan di kalangan umat Katolik di Penampang Parish.

Lagu dicipta oleh En. Marianus Mukui dan lirik oleh En. George Pipin telah memenangi tempat kedua yang telah dipersembahkan di Dewan PPC Penampang.

Magazine sempena 120 Tahun Khabar Gembira


Holy Week

Holy Week at Sacred Heart Church, Inobong

Maundy Thursday (05 April 2007)
Mass will be celebrated at 9.30pm by Rev. Fr. Jasery Emmanuel.

Good Friday (06 April 2007)
Good Friday commemorates the crucifixion and death of Jesus at Calvary. A veneration of the Cross would be held at 3.00pm by Rev. Fr. Alex Sipanul.

Holy Saturday (07 April 2007)

Mass will be celebrated by Rev. Fr. Alex Sipanul at 7.30pm.

Easter Sunday (08 April 2007)

The Lord is Risen, Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia!

An ordinary mass will be celebrated at 7.30am.



Palm Sunday

This year, Palm Sunday falls on 1st April 2007. The feast commemorates an event - the Triumphal Entry of Jesus into Jerusalem in the days before his Passion.

Mass will be celebrated at Sacred Heart Church, Inobong by Rev. Fr. Alex Sipanul at 7.30am. All are welcome!


Station of the Cross

Station of the Cross in one of the houses at Kg. Inobong Proper

We received a surprised visit from Rev. Fr. Thomas Makajil
who happened to be on vacation - Thank You Father!


"Male Elephant Caught, Collared on Plantation"

Dr. Rosa and her team operating the translocation of 'Mr. Gomantong' to Lot 6 of Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary - Photo by WWF-Malaysia/Francis Jessius

Dr. Symphorosa Fidelis Sipangkui (left, in blue t-shirt) is from Inobong Proper.


Sexy Nuns?


Dewan ICCC Inobong
is the place they held the talks last Sunday, 04.03.07

"why do you believe in first holy communion?"
did anybody answer? none. the audience kept quiet
but I know one or two would like to answer but according to them
they will tell the sister when they meet her again :)

"natagad no nangku ih piasau?"
anyone? could you give the answer? marah sudah si mastar tu :)


The Season of Lent

Lent is a forty-day period before Easter. It begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on the day before Easter Day.

In the Roman Catholic Church, Lent officially ends at sundown on Holy Thursday, with the beginning of the mass of the Lord's Supper.

Lent is a season of soul-searching and repentance. It is a season for reflection and taking stock. Lent originated in the very earliest days of the church as a preparatory time for Easter, when the faithful rededicated themselves and when converts were instructed in the faith and prepared for baptism. By observing the forty days of Lent, the individual Christian imitates Jesus' withdrawal into the wilderness for forty forty days. All churches that have a continuous history extending before AD 1500 observe Lent. The ancient church that wrote, collected, canonized, and propagated the New Testament also observed Lent, believing it to be a commandment from the apostles. (See the Apostolic Constitutions, Book V, Section III).

Fasting is a spiritual discipline that does not involve starvation or dehydration. Quite often, our bodily appetites control our action. The purpose of fasting is to make your bodily appetites your servant rather than your master.

taken from SDB, Madonna, India.


My Beloved Village - Inobong Proper

Ash Wednesday

Sacred Heart Church Inobong

Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent. It falls on 21st February 2007. There will be a Mass at Sacred Heart Church Inobong which begins at 6.00 am. It will be celebrated by Rev. Fr. Alex Sipanul.

The priest will mark the forehead of everyone who attend the Mass, with black ashes in the shape of a cross.

Ash Wednesday is the day of abstinence from meat and it will continue every Friday during Lent.