The term Hispanic (Spanish: hispano or hispánico) refers to persons, cultures, or countries related to the Spanish language, Spanish culture, Spanish people, or to Spain in general.
The term commonly applies to the countries once under colonial possession by the Spanish Empire following the Spanish colonization of the Americas, parts of the Asia-Pacific region and Africa. Principally, what are today the countries of Hispanic America, and sometimes also Philippines, Equatorial Guinea and Western Sahara; in those countries Spanish may or may not be the predominant or official language and their cultures are derived from Spain in different degrees, in addition to local indigenous or other foreign influences. It is more broadly used to refer to the culture, peoples, or nations with a historical link to Spain, especially those countries which were once colonized by Spain, particularly the countries of Latin America which were colonized by Spain.
Indonesian Catholic Community is Catholic faith based community of Indonesian people (speak the Indonesian language/Indonesian citizen) which most of the activities and interests are destined to improve the Catholic brotherhood and faith.
Indonesian Community gathers every first week of the month for Bible Reading and Prayer.
3rd Friday | 3.30 PM | SACRAMENT CHAPEL
There is no specific schedule in Indonesian.
Visit the CATECHISM PAGE for other schedules.
The Indonesian Community gathers every first saturday of the month at 10.30AM and once a week during the months of May and October.