Diocese of Palmerston North
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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'
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
The safeguarding advisor will ensure policies & processes adhere to National Safeguarding Guidelines
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
Everyone is invited to an online Diocesan Pentecost Celebration!
Deacon Trung Nguyen will be ordained a priest on Saturday 6 June 2020
In September we will be asked if we support the legalisation of recreational cannabis in NZ
NZ Parliament passed a bill allowing women to abort up to 20 weeks into a pregnancy
The Diocese is seeking applications from suitably experienced professionals for the position.
Resources and announcements for our communities & whānau
We're seeking someone with a passion to ensure we are providing a safe environment for all people.
New Zealand Bishops’ National Liturgy Office have notified parishes about precautions to take
Susan Turner, Ngāti Hikairo, has been appointed the new Director of ACROSS
On Friday March 6 the Diocese will celebrate its 40th anniversary
The 3rd installment of Prof. O'Loughlin's six-part series
The 2nd installment from Prof. Thomas O'Louglin
A negligent and selfish culture of food waste is fueling the global hunger crisis
The NZCBC warmly welcomes two new staff members
The first public hearing was held 29 October - 8 November 2019
Pahiatua commemorated the Polish 'children' who came to NZ in 1944
Prof Thomas O'Loughlin writes on the subject of theology
It’s the biggest tourist attraction in Spain – the Basilica of Sagrada Familia
Ioane (John) Perez has undertaken a sole pilgrimage to pray for Worldwide Christian Unity
Glennis Moriarty shares her ideas about climate change
The End of Life Choice Bill awaits its third and final reading on 13 November
The Palmerston North Interfaith Group invites you to a night of sharing and fellowship
Professor Theo Boer commented on the End of Life Choice Bill
The Abortion Legislation Bill passed its first reading on 8 August
Thousands of New Zealanders took to the streets in solidarity
Fr Chris is performing a fundraising concert at St Mary's parish, Whanganui
1 September - 4 October celebrates the joy of creation
Sir Anand Satyanand will be stepping down in November
Caritas called on government to support low-carbon future
The government has announced the details of a bill amending abortion legislation
An event was advertised in Pahiatua instead of Feilding
Dr John Kleinsman comments on the second reading of the bill
"I felt Pope Francis greeted me very warmly"
The Wellbeing Budget was unveiled in Parliament on May 30
Prof Anne Tuohy discusses 'justice'
His Majesty Kiingi Tuheita Pōtatau Te Wherowhero met the Pope on 26 May
Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle as been re-elected as president of Caritas Internationalis
Update on Mons Brian