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An invitation to experience a retreat in daily life
Fr Bill Casey passed away on June 6 2019
The National Office of Professional Standards welcomes Pamela Arthurs
How can I know what God is calling me to? How do I know which religious group may be right for me?
The Royal Commission has appointed a Survivor Advisory Group
Pope Francis has established new measures to prevent sexual abuse
Sunday, 23 June
Tribute to Jean Vanier
Sunday 9 June is Pentecost Sunday
This year Trinity Sunday is on 16 June
Reflections from Fr Neil Vaney sm
A brief look at the Catholic Parish of Whanganui
When and where did the events take place?
The Bible Society has launched its new scripture-based website, The Word
Report viewed as a wake-up call to protect the environment for future generations
Parishioners traveled to Wellington to reflect on the life of Suzanne Aubert
Parish raises thousands of dollars for local charity
Vui Hoang will be ordained on June 29
The Mary Garden and Rosary Way
The Royal Commission began its work earlier this year
"The Church in New Zealand needs to be prepared for a litany of shocking revelations"
The NOPS is responsible for responding to complaints of abuse in the Church
How many books are there in the Old Testament and why?
The Old Testament is more like a library than a book
Foxton parish is seeking applicants
Free Bible Society children's book
Is the Holy Spirit calling the Church to deep and fundamental change?
Vatican sexual abuse summit met for 4 days in February
Bishop Charles welcomes Archbishop Novatus Rugambwa
All welcome to come and join with our Muslim brothers and sisters
Lent is a time to reflect on the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus
Fr Marcus Francis invites everyone to his Lenten series
Pondering Mary on International Women’s Day
Dr Elizabeth Julian asks 'What is the Old Testament?'
St Brigid's Parish Feilding has donated to the State Disaster Relief Fund
‘It may start with compassion but it will end with convenience.’
‘Interreligious dialogue is a necessary condition for peace in the world'
Based at Hawke’s Bay Regional Prison - Hastings. Apply now!
"Listening to stories of the past will help us to strengthen safeguarding in the present..."
A Pastoral Letter from the Bishops on the preciousness and fragility of life.
The Hastings Parish organised hundreds of thermals for needy children
People have asked Mark to share with the community the fruit of his recent studies in Rome
Pope Francis's letter to the world’s 1.2 billion Catholics about sexual abuse
The Catholic Church believes that every person has a value and dignity.
The disciples were people who had nothing to offer but the good news
Since August 2017, over 700,000 Rohingya people have fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh
Representatives of the NZCBC presented serious reservations over ‘End of Life Choice' bill
Reflections on the effect of Mycoplasma Bovis on our rural communities
A one-size-fits-all church doesn’t work for individual cultural needs.