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Creating inclusive and connected communities

New Zealand society is changing, and with it, New Zealand Catholic parishes and communities.

On Migration for the Day of Prayer for Refugees & Migrants

New Zealand Catholic Bishops Statement for the Day of Prayer for Refugees & Migrants, June 2016 and anticipating the Social Justice Week...

Poverty in an Affluent Society

Being in communion with Jesus Christ draws us into his ‘being for all’; it makes it our own way of being… The...

Statement on Environmental Issues

The external deserts in the world are growing, because the internal deserts have become so vast.

Faith Alive!

We live in a special time in history, 2,000 years after the coming of Jesus Christ.

New Zealand has particular moral responsibility - Pope Benedict XVI

New Zealand ambassador to the Holy See, His Excellency George Robert Furness Troup, was one of six new ambassadors whose credential letters...

Holy Father says religious freedom the path to peace

In his message for the World Day of Peace (1 Jan 2011) Pope Benedict XVI described religious freedom as “an authentic weapon...

Social Justice Week focus on inclusive and connected communities

For Social Justice Week 2010 (12-18 September) New Zealand’s Catholic bishops are asking parish communities to commit to the equality of all...

Head of Caritas Internationalis to give talk in Wellington

Lesley-Anne Knight will deliver her talk “Fighting Poverty: Authentic human development in a globalised world” at 5.30pm in Connolly Hall, Guildford Terrace, Wellington.

Child protection and family subsidiarity important, say Catholic bishops

Family subsidiarity is a concept rooted in Catholic social teaching and means that government should not interfere unnecessarily with decisions that families...