Posts Tagged ‘Dave Mullin’

Church studying faith-based redress Cabinet paper

Monday, August 15th, 2022

The Catholic Church’s group dealing with the Royal Commission into State and Faith-Based Care say it is studying a Cabinet paper released by Public Services Minister Chris Hipkins. Hipkins has plans to cut a 3000-strong waiting list of claimants of abuse in state care – such as children’s homes – by making “rapid payments”. Survivors Read more

New leadership at the Catholic Enquiry Centre

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

The bishops have appointed Fr Neil Vaney as part-time Chaplain and Mr Dave Mullin as Acting Director to the Catholic Enquiry Centre. Following the announcement that Fr Allan Jones would end his term and after some reflection it was decided to split the role  A part-time Chaplain, responsible for supporting enquirers spiritually and pastorally and Read more

Church insurance scrapped – people more important than buidings

Friday, October 18th, 2013

Administrative director of the Archdiocese of Wellington, Dave Mullin, says “We are not here to have big flash buildings and pay insurance premiums … we are here to help those in need.” Mullin said earthquake premiums had more than doubled since the Canterbury quakes, despite insurers offering less cover. Faced with rocketing insurance premiums, the Read more

Wellington Archdiocese – up to 50 buildings are earthquake risks

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

After completing a preliminary assessment of earthquake risk the Wellington Catholic archdiocese has decided to take a proactive approach and focus on upgrading all its buildings on a prioritised basis, rather than focusing on a single building at a time according to the archdiocese’s administration director Dave Mullin. The Archbishop of Wellington, John Dew, is Read more