Posts Tagged ‘Archdiocese of Wellington’

Christchurch bishop Paul Martin appointed Coadjutor Archbishop of Wellington Comments 0

Saturday, January 2nd, 2021
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Pope Francis has appointed the Bishop of Christchurch, Paul Martin SM, as the Coadjutor Archbishop of Wellington. The appointment was announced in Rome overnight and comes into effect immediately. Archbishop of Wellington, Cardinal John Dew says he is delighted with the appointment, which comes at a time of a heavy workload in the Wellington Diocese. Read more

All public Masses suspended Comments 0

Sunday, March 22nd, 2020

New Zealand’s Catholic Bishops have announced the suspension of all celebrations of Mass until further notice. The move come in response to the strong Government restrictions on public gatherings to counter the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. Bishop of Auckland Patrick Dunn, President of the NZ Catholic Bishops Conference, said the bishops met this morning to carefully Read more

Wellington one of 12 dioceses to lead initiatives for World Day of the Poor Comments 0

Thursday, November 8th, 2018

The Archdiocese of Wellington has been invited, among 12 other dioceses from around the world, to take the lead for this year’s celebration of the World Day of the Poor on November 18. Other dioceses include Manila in the Philippines and Bangui, the Central African Republic, to United States’ Boston and Europe’s Madrid and Paris. Read more

Introducing Synod 2017: Go you are sent Comments 1

Monday, May 29th, 2017

Synod 2017: Go you are sent An invitation to a workshop for Synod 2017 saw over 300 parishioners from the Wellington Archdiocese’s North Island parishes working together on Sunday. This was the second Synod workshop for the Archdiocese. South Island parishes met in Nelson last week. After opening the workshop with prayer and reflection, Cardinal Read more

Wellington Synod – selection of participants begins Comments 0

Monday, April 3rd, 2017

The Wellington Archdiocese has have moved into the phase of the Synod preparation which involves identifying the 350 people who will take part in the Synod weekend. Parishes have been sent information about the number of participants they should select to attend the Synod. Guidelines for selecting the participants were included with the numbers. They Read more

Benefit Impact – advocacy service launched by Cardinal Dew Comments 1

Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

Cardinal John Dew, the Archbishop of Wellington, celebrated Mass on Tuesday May 10 to launch a Wellington Archdiocese initiative, Benefit Impact. Benefit Impact assists and advocates for those in the Wellington region on a benefit. St Joseph’s Parish in Upper Hutt will welcoming beneficiaries to the event being hosted by the parish from 10-13 May. Benefit Impact Read more

The holiness of papal saints Comments 0

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

‘Holiness, a message that convinces without the need for words, is the living reflection of the face of Christ’. Pope John Paul II, Novo Millennio Ineunte (At the Beginning of the New Millennium). These words have always appealed to me, challenged me and inspired me to try to be a ‘living reflection of the face of Christ’. Read more

Fr Edmund Little dies in Takaka Comments 2

Monday, June 10th, 2013

Fr Edmund Little,  of the Archdiocese of Wellington, New Zealand, died on Sunday 9th June at the Takaka Hospital. Thomas Edmund Little was born on 15th Dec 1941 in Romford,  Essex, England, son of Thomas James Lewis and Muriel Claureen Jones. He was educated at St Mary’s Prep School, Havering Road School, and the Royal Read more

Number of parishes in Wellington Archdiocese to be reduced Comments 1

Friday, May 17th, 2013

In the Archdiocese of Wellington, New Zealand, Archbishop John Dew has drawn up a plan – A Future Full Of Hope –  to reduce the number of parishes in the Archdiocese. The plan, based on an extensive two-year review, was recently presented to parish priests, parish leaders and school principals at meetings held at Viard Read more