Plans for an estimated $25million development on Lydia Street, Papanui, Christchurch, that will become the new “home” of Marian College … Read More about Innovative plans map future for Marian CollegeRead More
OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso (CNS) – One of Africa’s most senior Catholic leaders has denounced the imposition of “foreign ideologies” across … Read More about African cardinal urges resistance to Western ideologiesRead More
After four years of planning and construction work, the new St Luke’s church in Flat Bush in east Auckland is … Read More about New Flat Bush church set for May blessingRead More
ROME (CNS) – Italian authorities issued an arrest warrant for Gianluigi Torzi, an Italian broker who served as the middleman … Read More about Italy issues arrest warrant for broker in Vatican property dealRead More
The Good Samaritan parable is one of the most loved Gospel stories. This is a story I have taught many … Read More about The challenge to prioritise people over policyRead More
by PAT McCARTHY The New Zealand group of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem, whose membership has … Read More about Celebrating Iraqi refugee family resettlementRead More
by PETER GRACE CHRISTCHURCH — After nearly two years of use in one diocese, a New Zealand-made pre-marriage programme is expanding its reach.
ADELAIDE — About 140 leaders of religious institutes and lay partners gathered in Adelaide from 26-29 June for the 36th national assembly
by PETER GRACE AUCKLAND — European Union diplomats, politicians and other dignitaries had front-row seats at Mass at St Patrick’s Cathedral
by MICHAEL OTTO THAMES — The mornings might be frosty of late, but the spirit of about a dozen sidewalk pro-life witnesses in Thames is cheery.
by MICHAEL OTTO The first bishop of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church to visit New Zealand has heard of the deep love that migrants who belong to this rite have