Posts Tagged ‘Kitty McKInley’

ANZAC: The future of the Church is in good hands Comments 0

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

“The future of the Church is in good hands,” Kitty McKinley, founder of Challenge 2000, says. McKinley is the founder of Challenge 2000, a youth development organisation based in Johnsonville, Wellington. On ANZAC weekend Challenge staff, volunteers, gap students and locals produced moving performances that recognised and remembered those who gave their lives and fought for Read more

United by passion for young people Comments 0

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

If there was one theme that permeated the National Catholic Conference for Youth and Young Adult Ministers (13-16 November) it was unity. It was expressed in the Gospel about sharing talents, in Bishop Peter Cullinane’s message that discipleship is possible only if we are united by Christ, and in keynotes addressing Christian unity and the Read more

70 attending national Catholic Conference for youth Comments 0

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

 Youth ministers, parishioners, chaplains, diocesan and school staff and members of various community groups and Catholic movement  from around New Zealand are gathered in Palmerston North from 13-16 November for the ‘Head, Heart, Hands’ National Catholic Conference for Youth and Young Adult Ministers, organised by the New Zealand Catholic Bishops Conference Office for Young People.  Included Read more

Hundreds of Welllington children in poverty Comments 0

Tuesday, April 19th, 2011

It’s a wild and blustery day in Wellington today and this morning’s Dominion Post  warned us to leave our brollies at home. Certainly great advice in these winds. Then I flicked over a few pages and came across the Genesis Energy advertisement asking us to muck in to help our neighbours in Christchurch and fly Read more