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We, the Priests of The Church of the Immaculate Conception (CIC JB) welcome you to our website. This historic and the oldest church of Johor Bahru was built in the year of 1927 by the late Rev. Fr. C. Saleilles, M. AP. The original church was built in the year 1883 and was named as “Our Lady of Lourdes”. CIC JB is an active centre of Catholic life and prayer in the heart of Johor Bahru City. The Roman Catholic priests continue their tradition of preaching, personal instruction, sacramental life and pastoral care extending well beyond the geographical boundaries of Johor Bahru.

We hope that you will find in these web pages much to inspire you in your Catholic life and we warmly invite you to complement this virtual visit with a personal visit in the near future.

May God bless you and all those dear to you.

Yours in Christ

Mgsr James Rajendran
Parish Priest

Father Benedict Yee

Priest in residence

Father Ignatius Huan

Priest in residence



CIC Daily Mass Schedule

NEW CATHECHISM & MASS SCHEDULE FOR YEAR 2014 (Weekends as Friday and Saturday)

Day Cathecism Time
Mass Time Language
SUNDAY - 7.00am English
MONDAY - 6.00pm English
TUESDAY - 6.00pm English
WEDNESDAY - 6.00pm Engilsh
THURSDAY - 6.00pm English
FRIDAY 7.00pm - 8.00pm 8.30pm Tamil
SATURDAY 5.30pm - 7.00pm 4.00pm Bahasa
4.00pm - 5.30pm 6.00pm English
7.00pm - 8.15pm 8.30pm Mandarin
1st Sunday of the month 10.30am Myanmar

The above schedule will be reviewed and revised after six months.


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