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Parishes across the Diocese of Palmerston North will be entering different traffic light settings
The Synod's consultation phase is now open and we encourage you to get involved.
‘Synodality’ calls for all members of the Church to walk together and be of service to one another.
Pope Francis calls everyone in the Church to participate.
The Government's new three-tiered framework will allow for more flexibility.
Vaccination is here, becoming more and more accessible.
Tedium, grief, and hope are the three words that sum up my experience of lockdown.
We are one, we are the people of God.
Pasifika leaders and health providers are encouraging members of their communities to get vaccinated
Pope Francis has outlined his vision and hopes for the synod, which some Vatican commentators have d
“Preach the Gospel at all times and if necessary, use words”.
Students from St Peter’s College, Palmerston North, have again proved they are robotic champions.
Taranaki primary school celebrates 100 years.
Four roles are available in the Wellington Archdiocese team in leadership, administration, and more
Updates and information on how the current COVID-19 Alert Level impacts our churches and communities
Donors to Caritas NZ will have their donations multiplied thanks to a new partnership
NZ Catholic bishops strongly urge everyone to get a Covid vaccine
Chris Harris, CEO Holocaust Centre New Zealand, spoke to Palmerston North’s interfaith group
OLOL Palmerston North is hosting a one-day men's retreat in August
Fr Chris Skinner will be performing at St Bridgid's church on May 23
Pope Francis has awarded the title Knight of the Order of Saint Gregory the Great to Tony Murphy
The Archdiocese of Wellington is seeking an experienced social worker
Chaplain Brian Fennessy reflects on this National Day of Remembrance
Christian faith leaders met with Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern in March
NZ Bishops’ Interfaith Committee sends letter of support to Muslim communities
In the Diocese of Palmerston North, our mission is to build a Safeguarding culture in action
Members of all faith communities have a unique opportunity to see the Children’s Holocaust Memorial
The Royal Commission is holding Phase 2 of its hearings into redress by faith-based institutions
Caritas urges widespread Catholic involvement in making submissions on the recent report
In Jan 2021 the Irish Embassy in New Zealand launched a landmark study of Irish people in Aotearoa
With Easter coming up, how can we make sure our chocolate is slavery-free?
Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand has been engaging with the new Climate Change Commission since 2020
Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand has sent solidarity funding to its long-term partners in Fiji
Faith institutions around the world are committing to a brighter and cleaner future
New Zealand’s Catholic bishops are strongly urging everyone to get a Covid-19 vaccine
The Church is determined to listen, learn, and reflect on the evidence of abuse survivors
From Nov 30 the Royal Commission is holding public hearings for faith-based cases of abuse
Joy Cowley has released a new book of spiritual reflections
Caritas director and staff are taking to the road to visit and say thank you to communities
The Bishops' 2020 Election Statement begins with a quotation from Pope Francis’ Laudato si'
Tony Murphy has retired after 18 years in the role
Information on the general elections in October
The NZ Catholic Bishops’ election statement encourages informed participation
The Church has welcomed the publication by the Royal Commission into Abuse in Care
The Royal Commission has launched an enquiry into Christchurch school Marylands
Info on celebration of Mass, contact tracing, and prayer resources
Join us in an international conversation with Professor Thomas O’Loughlin
Liam Greer was welcomed into the role of Diocesan General Manager on July 14
The goal is to provide people with economic, social and emotional support
Catholic organisations respond to the Budget delivered on Thursday, 14 May 2020