Diocese of Palmerston North
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Pleroma Christian Supplies is a not-for profit Catholic resource supplier in the Hawke's Bay
Scammers are contacting parishioners pretending to be local priests
WelCom won the award for Best Layout and Design for a Printed Publication at the 2023 ACPA awards
The Cathedral of the Holy Spirit reopened last month after an arson attack in April
The Sisters of Mercy’s presence in Palmerston North has come to an end
The NZ Catholic Bishops have released their 2023 Election Statement
WelCom won 'Best Layout and Design for a Printed Publication'
Catholic bishops say abhorrent abuse at Marylands and Hebron Trust should never have happened
Preparations are underway for several parish and school anniversary celebrations this year
The cyclone caused immense physical and psychological harm to people we love and care about
The working document for the first global session on the Synod on Synodality, released by the Vatica
The Palmerston North Interfaith Group and All Saints Green Task Force have organised a series of
A series of webinars from the RDC Climate Action Group will be held June 14-July 5 2023
8–14 May 2023, is organised by Deaf Aotearoa to raise awareness of the language and culture of NZ
Out of the lingering economic and health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, and in the face of
Ngā Whaea Atawhai o Aotearoa Sisters of Mercy New Zealand launched their new Whānau Mercy Ministries
Damian Dempsey has been appointed the new Executive Director of the NZ Catholic Bishops Conference
The Cathedral is closed indefinitely after a fire was lit inside the day chapel
Which country has the highest Catholic Mass attendance?
All restrictions during mass have now been lifted
New Zealand’s Catholic bishops are supporting a campaign to help people stay safe on social media
Parish groups, agencies and church organisations that provide a helping hand by supporting Families
Social pressures in NZ are rising, according to the Salvation Army’s sixteenth annual report
Some of the many initiatives that have been established to support the recovery efforts of
Catholic leaders have paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II following her death on September 8
Religious Sisters, family and friends gathered at St Mary's Church in Whanganui
12 - 18 September is Māori Language Week
Bishops write letter calling for action to end Palestinian suffering
The Ministry of Health has six full-time positions dedicated to ‘assisted dying’ but no team dedicat
Parishioners of the Catholic Parish of Whanganui celebrate three 90th birthdays
Synodality is about building one another up in the love of Christ.
The final step in the diocesan ‘listening phase’.
Vatican medical council attribute 'miracle' to medical science.
We recognise and honour the many and varied contributions of those who have passed.
The windows link to Cullinane College’s legacy and acknowledge its past journey.
We can all play a part in helping one another to respect the human dignity of all.
Te Pārihi Katorika ki Ahuriri will serve as a missionary outreach centre for the parish.
Find out what is happening during Holy Week across the Diocese.
'The Synod is for everyone, and it is meant to include everyone…Let everyone come in…'
The relaxation of the Red setting regulations is a ‘blessing which comes in time for Easter'.
NZ's Catholic Church invites Catholics and non-Catholics to provide their feedback.
Celebrating Mass for the people of Ukraine.
Pope Francis has announced that hope will be the central theme for the 2025 Jubilee Year.
Cardinal John Dew urges parishes to take necessary precautions throughout Lent and Holy Week.
Cardinal John Dew reflects as Wellington protest heads into its third week.
Priests and lay pastoral leaders urged to consider parish life under Red Level.
WelCom celebrates the publication of its 400th edition.
A personal message from Cardinal John Dew.
Collection of Christmas Mass Times for around the Diocese of Palmerston North in 2021.
'Your influence, your inspiration and your impact will be with us forever.’