The Parish Integral Human Development Ministry (PIHDM) is dedicated to works of mercy, charity and catering to the basic human needs of food, shelter, health care and education of the marginalized. Legal assistance and counselling is also provided to those in need. A part of the PIHDM’s efforts to aid the marginalized is to assist with the collection of necessities like food, clothing etc. Besides that, the ministry along with the Tzu Chi organization has been holding free medical clinics each month, to benefit the refugees. Pope Paul II once said that “The parish must be a HOME to everyone,” and therefore we have amazing communities like the Filipino El Shadai Community and Vietnamese, Myanmarese, Indonesian, Indian, Sri Lankan and Nigerian communities. All together as ONE.
If you would like to contribute and cater to the marginalised, please contact:
The Women’s Desk was an initiative by the Archdiocesan Pastoral Centre through the
Archdiocesan Ministry of Integral Human Development way back in 2012 in its call for ‘Women To Empower Women’. It was primarily formed to assist the Parish Integral Human Development Ministry (PIHDM). As an extension of their mission to aid the poor, the Ave Maria Soup Kitchen (AMSK) was inaugurated by Rev Fr Frederick Joseph on 8 September 2016. The team of approximately 25 volunteers feed the less fortunate and underprivileged in Klang, twice a week.
If you wish to donate, sponsor or commemorate a special event by feeding the poor, then, kindly contact:
Each month the Laudato Si’ Circle would have their meetings and share a timely set of actions that the parish community can take to advance environmental policies within the parish and work towards a greener sense of living.
If you wish to be part of this green warrior group, then, kindly contact:
The Social Communications (SocComms) Ministry is the official media affairs group tasked to maximise the various blessings of mass media for the Church’s cause for evangelisation and information dissemination to the faithful that would aid them in their spirituality as active members of the Church. The ministry envisions itself as the hub and heart of information from where the clergy, religious and the faithful find common ground in finding relevant and updated news and information about the Church, as well as rejuvenating and reinvigorating ways of communication in and out of the local Church using the available tools and technology.
If you have a passion for digital proclamation and evangelisation, then, kindly do contact:
Bernadette A. Fernandez
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SSVP) is an international Catholic lay organization founded by Frederick Ozanam in 1833 to promote Spirituality amongst its members. The fruits of their spirituality are seen by their promotion of human dignity and welfare through their service-oriented works,namely, their works of mercy and charity. The SVP home was inaugurated to give underprivileged children tender, loving care and shelter.
If you would like to be a Vincentian, please contact:
Sellwyn Reuben Lewis
The Parish Ministry of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs (PMEIA) was established at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Klang on May, 2015. This ministry oversees public talks and forums, inter-faith dialogues and joint celebrations of people of all faiths and other religious traditions. They have also collaborated with other Christian communities on ecumenical celebrations with group study and dialogue sessions. The Ministry frequents other places of worship during festive seasons and special events.
If you would like to learn more about this Ministry, you may contact,