St Joseph’s School (Upper Hutt) student Grace Moorman was the lucky recipient of US$1000 from the Knights of Columbus Pennsylvania … Read More about Knightly help for Upper Hutt studentRead More
by Sr CARMEL COLE On Sunday, November 1, Sisters Linley Trower and Muriel Kivell celebrated 60 years of profession as … Read More about Two Mission Sisters served in many placesRead More
Three out of five Catholic churches in the Wairarapa are to be put up for sale after decisions made by … Read More about Decision made to sell three Wairarapa churches VaticanRead More
Ribbons have been tied to a fence at St Patrick’s church in Napier and will stay there as an acknowledgement … Read More about Ribbons tied to Napier church ‘Loud Fence’Read More
November 22: Christ the King. Readings: 1. Ezekiel 34:11-12,15-17; Psalm: 23; 2. 1 Corinthians 15:20-26,28; Gospel: Matthew 25:31-46. The coming of God’s … Read More about Caring for one another in very concrete waysRead More
by MARIETTE POORTMAN The Sisters of Mercy were farewelled from Atawhai Assisi Home and Hospital in Hamilton with a eucharistic … Read More about Sisters of Mercy leave Atawhai Assisi HomeRead More
by JEFF DILLON Covid-19 could not daunt the spirits of a group of New Zealand Catholics who gathered at Burns … Read More about Unexpected journey for Ignatian studentsRead More
by DAN STOLLENWERK AUCKLAND — Instead of asking what other denominations might learn from our beliefs, we must begin to ask
by NZ CATHOLIC staff WELLINGTON — The new translation of the Roman Missal will not be introduced in New Zealand on the first Sunday
by MICHAEL OTTO AUCKLAND — Roye Hammond is 93 years of age and still swings a pick and shovel with a vigour that would
by MICHAEL MORRISSEY A man of medium height and of strong muscular build, in his mid 30s, is bounding up — or down — the stairs.
by MICHAEL OTTO WANAKA — Ten students at Holy Family School, Wanaka, have been writing and drawing to highlight the meaning of Christmas.