New church in 1889-1934

Among the benefactors was one Ngo Ah Bee who was reported to have donated the most. It was Fr. catesson who while serving as Parish Priest of the Visitation, was responsible for the establishment of the Chapel of Mary Mother of God in 1901 at the Orang Asli settlement in kampung Tekir near Labu in Negeri Sembilan. From 1904 to 1907, the parish was served by Fr. Charles Nain. Fr. Salvat Fourgs who first served as assistant priest and later Parish Priest from 1907 to 1909 catered to the needs of the Chinese-speaking community. The tamil-Speaking community were placed under the care of Fr. Donat Perissound who also responsible for the Tamil-speaking communities in Malacca and Tapah.

Massive clergy depletion was experienced between 1914 and 1918 when the French Missionaries were recalled to their homeland following the development of a major crisis in Europe due to World War I. During this time, Fr. Georges Auguin was made responsible for the Catholics in Seremban and Malacca from 1914 to 1920. When he was transferred to Singapore and Penang, he was succeeded by Fr. Noel Maury (1929 to1931) who was an expert in Cantonese.