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“The Letter” brings to life the transformative vision of Laudato Si’ to inspire lasting action for o
You are not alone – accompanying and caring for people living with mental illness
We’re looking for a Catholic Chaplain who is ready to journey with prisoners in the Hawke’s Bay
Catholics are being urged to support the under-funded hospice and palliative care services
Every culture has a ‘creation story’ attributing power to what are called the ‘gods’
Pope Francis has called on Catholics to counter toxicity in social media
The Vatican’s top body on life issues has caused a stir for suggesting that one of the Church’s
A group of Palmerston North people from different faith groups participated in a Religious Diversity
A large gathering of the Catholic community came together for the Mass of Dedication of St Mary
The Season of Creation is a time of grace the Church offers to humanity to renew its relationship
Social Justice Week 2022 resources are available to download from the Caritas website
About 80 representatives from the country’s six Catholic dioceses and other entities met for
Pope Francis has writted a new apostolic letter, Desiderio Desideravi
Cardinal John gave the opening address at the National Synod Day in July
The Church marks Sunday Aug 15 as the ‘foremost holy day of obligation’
Lifting Our Eyes: Ignatian Spirituality Conference
Sunday 24 July 2022 will be the second World Day for Grandparents and the Elderly
Aotearoa New Zealand's Week of Prayer, 29 May-5 June
Ecological Conversion Encountering God in all Creation
Lockdown isolation in Central North Island has prompted greater community care and kindness.
The need for assistance from the Society of St Vincent de Paul has escalated rapidly.
Support Life Sunday 2021 is celebrated on Sunday 10 October.
The theme of Support Life Sunday on 10 October is “Supporting and honouring health carers.” This yea
How can we positively engage with change in our parishes? A Hui on Worship, Music and Pastoral Life
Tony Murphy given title 'Knight of the Order of St Gregory the Great' for his service to the Church
A taonga from the Philippines is returning home after marking a milestone as a man of the cloth
Catholic networks in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand are hosting a virtual conference
Caritas has expressed its appreciation for the recent response to the Lent Appeal
This year the Mass was celebrated on a weekday to enable students to participate
Ellen Spriggens has been a member of St Vincent de Paul in Whanganui for 72 years
Palmerston North’s Cathedral community café has ‘retired’ after 27 years
We are united in our desire for unity, although we know this is a long road
Bishops will gather in Wellington to renew 1838 dedication of NZ to Our Lady
"The harvest is plentiful, but the labourers are few"
Monsignor Brian Walsh retires as Local Administrator
Ko Tahi Ano – Together as One, is made up of five communities in the Palmerston North region
Lent is a time to reconsider the path one is taking in life and to finally answer God’s invitation
Fr James Lyons explores the significance of this Saint for our time
St Joseph is the Pope's favourite saint
‘A door has been opened. We will see what other steps could be taken in the future’
Pope Francis’ little document 'Spiritus Domini' is a most welcome development
Former Christchurch Bishop, Paul Martin SM, became Coadjutor Archbishop of Wellington on Jan 2 2021
The theme for this years' Caritas Lenten Appeal is taken from the Pope encyclical Laudato Si'
How Waitangi Day helps us reflect on Catholic Social Teaching
The 40 days of Lent enable us to step into a time of ‘being without’ so we can ‘look within'
Pope Francis has declared a Year of St Joseph in honour of the 150th anniversary of the saint’s...
St Patrick’s Church in Central Hawke’s Bay will be the centre of celebrations over Anzac weekend
Christchurch Bishop Paul Martin has been appointed Coadjutor Archbishop of Wellington
Dec 8 is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception
Archbishop Novatus Rugambwa, Apostolic Nuncio to New Zealand, discusses these important topics