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Kia tau te rangimarie ki a koe.   Tena koe  i  nga manaakitanga o te Ariki  i runga i a tatou katoa. Ko  taku mihi tenei ki a koe.

Peace be with you - and welcome to our website.

As Christians, part of the universal Church, we are called to share the gospel message with all who wish to hear it. Accordingly, we want our website to be a means of making known the good news that God loves us.

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Events Calendar

  • Sunday 19 April 2015 to Monday 15 June 2015 @ Various venues

    Starting soon, this 4-week programme is for non-practising Catholics interested in renewing their life in the Church. more»
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Daily Scriptures

Wednesday the 6th of May 2015

FROM the Gospel for today [NAB]:

Remain in me, as I remain in you. Just as a branch cannot bear fruit on its own unless it remains on the vine, so neither can you unless you remain in me.

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Latest Updates

Earthquake

  • 3 March 2013

    Most churches continue to operate as usual after the various earthquakes.

    View a list of the the alternative arrangements where Mass is being celebrated for those churches that are damaged more»
    Parish and Mass Information
  • 1 December 2014

    On the 27th November the Government, through the Governor-General has claimed the land that the Holy Cross Chapel in Chancery Lane stood. more»
  • 5 November 2014

    The Christchurch Diocesan Earthquake Recovery Fund was set up by Bishop Barry Jones to distribute monies donated to him following the earthquake of September 4th, 2010 and the subsequent earthquakes.

    Applications are now being invited. View the goals and criteria and download an application form and view the organisations who have been allocated funds. more»
    Christchurch Diocesan Earthquake Recovery Fund
  • 6 August 2014

    Bishop Barry has sent a letter to parishes for clergy, parish councils and parishioners about repair of churches. more»