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Alternative Welfare Working Group launched at Catholic Centre

The group is made up of respected academics, representatives of beneficiary groups, people with disabilities, and churches and was established out of...

Work is much more than employment, say Catholic bishops

The bishops suggest ways that people can overcome and learn from the economic recession, and look at the Catholic concept of work...

Discriminatory public domain option is “no solution” say Catholic Bishops

A New Zealand Catholic Bishops Conference (NZCBC) statement on the foreshore and seabed comments on the government proposal to place most foreshore...

Leaflet encourages Catholics to integrate prayer into lives

The leaflet is a follow-up to the booklet “Prayer in the Busyness of Life”, which was published by the New Zealand Catholic...

Wellington Cardinal celebrates 50 years of priesthood

Events will begin on Friday 18th December with 5pm Mass at Sacred Heart Cathedral and a clergy gathering.

Church leaders urge bolder action on climate change

Following a meeting with the Prime Minister last month, the leaders - from the Catholic, Anglican, Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist and The Salvation...

New Zealand represented at canonisations in Rome

Father Damian Wynn-Williams from St Bernadette’s Parish in Dunedin is a relative of Father Damien of Molokai and will be attending.

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.

Catholic Bishops say children entitled to a mother’s and father’s love

Speaking on behalf of the bishops, Bishop Peter Cullinane of Palmerston North says that the Catholic Church wants to protect the rights...

Catholic Bishops: Reconciliation should drive Justice Minister’s vision

The bishops say New Zealand’s current rate of imprisonment is unaffordable, does not bring healing to victims or opportunities for reform for...