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All welcome to come and join with our Muslim brothers and sisters
‘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
How can I know what God is calling me to? How do I know which religious group may be right for me?
A one-size-fits-all church doesn’t work for individual cultural needs.
Pope Francis has written a new apostolic exhortation on ‘the call to holiness'
In Pope Francis’ 2018 World Communications Day message he reminds us we cannot stop seeking truth
The New Zealand Catholic Bishops and representation from Catholic religious orders request inclusion
As the deacon sang out Christ our light, the light spread out across the thousands gathered
Three reflections on this important day for New Zealand
The Assembly’s theme is, ‘Care of our Common Home of Oceania: A sea of possibilities’
Joy Cowley's reflections on the Paschal Mystery in everyday life
GSC Lecturer Dr Sarah Hart shares some biblical ideas around money
A few words from Caritas after the Lenten appeal
What does it fundamentally mean for us to say ‘Yes to Christ’ this Easter?
We are spiritually humbled but never humiliated in the Sacrament – God never humiliates.
You are invited to attend the Mass of the Oils at the Cathedral
Find out when your parish is offering Reconciliation before Easter
“The Bill takes a dim or even cynical view of the medical profession..."
Joy Cowley reflects on male and female equality
Karen Englebretsen made her first vows with the Sisters of the Cross and Passion
Seminarian Simone Masanga is on a pastoral year in Whanganui
Mark Richards writes from Rome where he is currently based for three months
Fr Marcus Francis is offering a series of lectures about the Catholic faith
On Feb 18 the Dominican Sisters were farewelled from the diocese
Parliament’s Justice Committee is calling for submissions on David Seymour’s End of Life Choice Bill
“Lent is the season that calls us to account for our ambassadorial duties.”
Caritas Lenten Appeal 2018
Reflections from Mark Richards
Fr Don Hamilton died in Hastings on Tuesday 23 January
600 people marched to Parliament on Dec 6
….join Bishop Charles & the Rosminians at St Marys on Sunday for Khuong’s reception as a Postulant.
How to make a submission on David Seymour's End of Life Choice Bill
Bishop Charles welcomes the appointment of Bishop to Christchurch
Various reflections on the Advent Season
2 religious brothers celebrate their 60th Jubilee in Napier
Br Mark McKeon fsc will be taking on the position
Fr Neil Vaney reflects on his time in Kiribati
International officials met in Germany to discuss the Paris Agreement