Obituary of Bro. CHANG Fu Yung Maurice, FMS

Obituary


Rev. Brother Provincial of the Marist Brothers

and the community of

St. Francis Xavier's College, Kowloon, Hong Kong


deeply regret to inform you of the death of

Bro. CHANG Fu Yung Maurice, FMS


who returned to the Lord’s embrace on 27th March, 2020

at St. Teresa’s Hospital, Kowloon

in the 93rd year of his age

and the 69th year of his religious profession.


Your pious suffrages are requested for the eternal repose of his soul.


The Wake and Vigil Mass will be held

on Tuesday, 7th April 2020, at 8 p.m.

&

The Funeral Mass will be held

on Wednesday, 8th April, 2020 at 10 a.m.


at Kowloon Funeral Parlour

and the burial will take place


at Cheung Sha Wan Catholic Cemetery thereafter.



R.I.P.

Free disinfectant hand gel donated by our alumni

Dear Boys,

During the class suspension period, it is of crucial importance that we all pay attention to our personal hygiene, including keeping our hands clean.

The school is delighted to have received the generous donation of disinfectant hand gels from a group of 1990 alumni. All of you can come back to the school office to get ONE bottle during office hours.

Obituary of Mr. Mui Kan Koon

Obituary of Mr. Mui Kan Koon 梅勤官老師

We deeply regret to inform you of the death of Mr. Mui Kan Koon 梅勤官老師, who passed away peacefully in the 88th year of his age on 17th February at noon in Scarborough Grace Hospital, Toronto, Canada with his family members at his bed side.

Mr. Mui served in our school from 1966 to 1995. To Xaverians across the generations, Mr. Mui was a respected basketball team leader, a discipline master, a beloved teacher. May peace be with Mr. Mui and let us continue to pray for Mrs. Mui and her family.

St. Francis Xavier’s College

SFXC Mentorship Scheme 2019-2020

The commencement ceremony of SFXC Mentorship Scheme 2019-20 was held successfully on the 18th January 2020. It began with a variety of activities including mentor’s sharing, certificate presentation and ice-breaking games, which were followed by a gathering time. Over 100 of our senior form student participants have spent a wonderful afternoon with their mentors. Both parties enjoyed the precious moments offered by this event to exchange valuable experiences and happy memories they had had in SFXC.

Mentorship is an important way for us to pass on our unique culture and family spirit to the next generation of Xaverians. We hope that more students and alumni will join the scheme to build up a life time friendship in a mutual supportive way.

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