Diocese of Palmerston North
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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.’
"Let everything that has breath give praise to the Lord! Hallelujah!"
Posthumous papal award recognises contribution to education, Māori culture, music and Katorika Māori
Whatever life brings us, our challenge is to reflect and find the presence of God
Ecumenism is an ‘exchange of gifts’ where denominations can learn from each other.
Extension allows more participants to engage in the Synod's 'listening phase'.
Four generations baptised at St Peter's Church.
Kate Bell moves to Wellington to begin a new adventure.
Puna Te Aroha Wharehoka treasures her connection with Parihaka.
David Loving-Melloy reports as Chaplain for the Catholic deaf communities.
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