Tuesday, December 01, 2015

Exploring Mui Wo

The past month of our life in Mui Wo was spent exploring the region and the people. The refreshing greeneries, challenging hiking trails, enticing stretches of beaches and delectable sea-food are just a few highlights of this area in the south of Lantau Island. In contrast to the busy and fast-moving life style of Hong Kong, South Lantau in particular is calm and serene. 
On Sivermine Beach, Mui Wo

You scale the mountains and feel being on top of the world! 
Our Lady of Joy Abbey - the Trapist Monastery in Tai Shui Hang also comes under the territory of the parish.
The Trapist Monastery Chapel 
There is also a community of the Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Angels in Mui Wo.
Sisters of the Missionaries of Our Lady of Angels
at Mui Wo Parish with Fr. Jose and Fr. Alberto

Our Lady of Joy Abbey - the Trapist Monastery in Tai Shui Hang
Our Lady of Joy Abbey Chapel
Holy Family School, Peng Chau 
The parish has two mass centers - Our Lady of Perpetual Help Chapel in Tai O and Our Lady, Queen of Peace Chapel in Peng Chau. The Holy Family Catholic Primary School in Peng Chau is celebrating 50 years of its service to the people of the region this year. 

1 comment:

Unknown said...

May God bless all your work and bring the Good News to more people in South Lantau and Hong Kong as a whole.