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Hong Kong:  Catholic Places of Interest


About Hong Kong:

The city of Hong Kong was formerly under the control of Great Britain through a 99-year lease with China then in 1997, when that lease expired, it was transferred to become an autonomous region of the Peoples Republic of China (Communist China).  Close to mainland China, it is heavily influenced by Chinese culture.  It is one of the world’s most-visited cities….and most densely-populated.  It is a popular port of call for many Pacific cruises.

Where to find an English-language Mass in Hong Kong:

There are many Catholic churches offering Mass in English.  The churches shown on the map all have English Masses on Sundays and most also have English language Masses on weekdays.  Also, read the comment at the bottom of this page regarding a Latin Mass in Hong Kong.

In addition to those churches shown on the map,  Click here to find a complete list of Catholic churches in Hong Kong.

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  1. If you are in Hong Kong and want to attend a Latin Mass, there is a weekly service starting at 12.30 at Our Lady Help of Christians (inside a Salesian School!) in Ma Tau Wai. The community is very welcoming; a mixture of nationalities, and veils are on sale for HK$20 if you forget yours. Don’t worry about bringing a missal, everything is now displayed on screens. Music is fantastic.

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