Dear faithful, 

Donations/money transfers made directly for the Immaculate Conception Chapel Kota Kinabalu, using the below accounts A & B are no longer in use, please take note. 

A. Account holder name:     
Friends of the International Society of St Pius X
Account number: 564306011444 

B. Paypal:

Faithfuls who wish to continue making donations to the SSPX Apostolate In Malaysia, may do so using the official SSPX District of Asia Paypal Account as updated below: 

Alternatively, Faithfuls may contact the SSPX Priests (District of Asia) directly to make donations for the SSPX Apostolate In Malaysia.

That is all for the announcements, regards and have a blessed Sunday, God Bless.
Sunday Prayers Schedule (April, 2021)
Venue: Immaculate Conception Chapel, Lot D2-21 & D2-23, 2nd Floor, Block D, Suria Inanam Commercial Center, Jalan Tuaran Bypass, 88450 Inanam, Sabah, Malaysia.
Time: 10.00 am
May 2021
1. 2 May
📖 IV Sunday after Easter - II Class - ⚪️ White
2. 9 May
📖 V Sunday after Easter - II Class - ⚪️ White
3. 16 May
📖 Sunday after the Ascension - II Class - ⚪️ White
4. 23 May
📖 Pentecost - I Class, with a I class octave - 🔴 Red
5. 30 May
📖 Trinity Sunday – I Class - ⚪️ White

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Septuagesima (/ˌsɛptjʊəˈdʒɛsɪmə/; in full, Septuagesima Sunday) is the name for the ninth Sunday before Easter, the third before Ash Wednesday. The term is sometimes applied to the seventy days starting on Septuagesima Sunday and ending on the Saturday after Easter. Alternatively, the term is sometimes applied also to the period commonly called Shrovetide or Gesimatide (the Pre-Lenten Season) that begins on this day and ends on Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday, when Lent begins.

The other two Sundays in this period of the liturgical year are called Sexagesima and Quinquagesima, the latter sometimes also called Shrove Sunday. The earliest date on which Septuagesima Sunday can occur is January 18 (Easter falling on March 22 in a non-leap year) and the latest is February 22 (Easter falling on April 25 in a leap year).

Septuagesima comes from the Latin word for "seventieth." Likewise, Sexagesima, Quinquagesima, and Quadragesima mean "sixtieth," "fiftieth," and "fortieth" respectively. The significance of this naming (according to Andrew Hughes, Medieval Manuscripts for Mass and Office [Toronto, 1982],  is as follows: "Septuagesima Sunday [is] so called because it falls within seventy days but more than sixty days before Easter. The next Sunday is within sixty, Sexagesima, and the next within fifty, Quinquagesima ... Falling within forty days of Easter (excluding Sundays) the next Sunday is Quadragesima." Because every Sunday recalls the resurrection of Christ, they are considered "little Easters" and not treated as days of penance. Quadragesima serves as the Latin word for the season of Lent, which (not counting Sundays) is forty days long.

Septuagesima was also the day on which one could begin a forty-day Lenten fast that excluded from its observance Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

The 17-day period beginning on Septuagesima Sunday was intended to be observed as a preparation for the season of Lent, which is itself a period of spiritual preparation (for Easter).

In the pre-1970 Roman Rite liturgy, the Alleluia ceases to be said during the liturgy. 

At first Vespers of Septuagesima Sunday, two alleluias are added to the closing verse of Benedicamus Domino and its response, Deo gratias, as during the Easter Octave, and, starting at Compline, it is no longer used until Easter. Likewise, violet vestments are worn, except on feasts, from Septuagesima Sunday until Holy Thursday. As during Advent and Lent, the Gloria and Te Deum are no longer said on Sundays.

The readings at Matins for this week are the first few chapters of Genesis, telling of the creation of the world, of Adam and Eve, the fall of man and resulting expulsion from the Garden of Eden, and the story of Cain and Abel. In the following weeks before and during Lent, the readings continue to Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Moses. The Gospel reading for Septuagesima week is the parable of the Workers in the Vineyard (Matthew 20:1-16).

Weekly Sermon
Sunday sermon will be available regularly every week. Please select SERMON from the main menu. God bless.
(Formerly known as Queen of the Most Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Chapel)
Our location address is as follows: 
Lot D2-21 & D2-23, 2nd Floor, Block D, 
Suria Inanam Commercial Center, 
Jalan Tuaran Bypass, 88450 Inanam, Sabah.
Please use Google Map to locate this address: 

Traditional Latin Mass is celebrated in this chapel every 1st (6.30 PM) and 3rd Sunday (8.30 AM) every month. On the 2nd and 4th Sunday when there is no visiting priests, we have Sunday Prayers which starts at 9.30 am. Catechism classes will be available upon request one hour before Sunday Prayers. Please contact Mr Aaron 016-837 3717 (coordinator) if you have any questions or specific requests.

Any changes will be announced by the visiting priest. Sacrament of Confession available 30 - 60 minutes before Mass. Please come early if you wish to go to Confession, usually there is a long queue. For the latest update, please visit, follow and like us at    

SSPX's response (BM) to Kota Kinabalu Archdiocese Notice!
Bishop  Athanasius Schneider speaks about the SSPX concerning the Catholicity of SSPX and its present canonical status. Here is the YouTube video link: A Discussion between Dr. Taylor Marshall with Father Paul Robinson about SSPX and Archbishop Lefebvre (the founder of SSPX): 
COVID-19 Announcement

The chapel is in need of Boys/Men interested to serve as Cantors (Gregorian Chants/Polyphony) and Altar Servers. There is no age range for the above, all are welcome to join if you are interested; and willing to learn. If any of you intends to volunteer, please do not hesitate to contact the coordinator.

 An Organist is needed for the chapel for Mass. If any of you are able to play the musical organ/keyboard and would like to volunteer, you may contact the coordinator. 

If you have any questions, you are most welcome to ask the priest directly after Mass. Missal books are available and veils are provided for women. Please return them after use.

Note: Please scroll down to see the map which shows the exact location of the chapel.

Immaculate Conception Chapel

SPECIAL NOTE: It was brought to our attention that a local priest has warned the Catholic faithful to stay away from attending the Traditional Latin Mass celebrated in this chapel for fear of being excommunicated. In response to this unjust action of the local priest, please read the OFFICIAL STATEMENT from Vatican regarding this issue: 

  1. Letter by Msgr. Camille Perl Regarding Society of St. Pius X Masses (click here)
  2. Vatican Admits Society of Saint Pius X Masses Fulfill Sunday Obligation (click here)
  3. Repost: Vatican Admits Society of Saint Pius X Masses Fulfill Sunday Obligation (click here)
  4. Priestly Fraternity of Saint Pius X, can validly and licitly receive the sacramental absolution of their sins. (click here)
  5. Pope Francis: SSPX's confessions valid and licit (click here)
  6. Supplied jurisdiction & traditional priests (click here)
  7. Pope approves provisions to recognize marriages of SSPX faithful. (click here)
  8. By All Means, Attend Mass At An SSPX Chapel! (click here)
Note: There are plenty of free parking space. For the time being, Level 3 is closed for renovation at the moment. The lift nearest to the Chapel is still out of order. Washrooms are available. Bring along your children and the chapel has a CRYING ROOM for the mothers. The chapel can acomodate 100-150 faithfuls and it is fully air-conditioned. Your generous donation and monthly pledge is greatly needed and appreciated to pay for the rentals, printings, electricity, waters, minor repairs and general upkeeping. God bless!

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