Be bold! Be courageous! Be Christ in the world and make your voice heard!

Pope Francis has called a Synod on Young People, Faith and Vocational Discernment. As part of this process, we have some exciting things happening in our diocese, especially about vocations!

Voice To Vatican | National Youth Survey

The Bishops of Aotearoa New Zealand are calling young people aged 16-29 and those older who are involved in or support youth ministry to join the worldwide conversation by filling in the National Youth Survey. The surveys close on Sunday 27 August, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to use your voice and make a difference! Check out the surveys here, and for more information, visit the Voice To Vatican Facebook page!




You Are Called! | Vocations Festival

Come along to ‘You Are Called!’, a vocations festival that looks at finding your place in the world and living out God’s call in your life, on Sunday 20 August, 2-5:30pm at Christ the King Parish, Owairaka.

Praise and worship will be lead by Malaeola and Mother of Divine Mercy, as well as testimony from Bishop Pat, Tim Wilson, Richard and Rebekah McLeod and many more. Have your questions answered by our ‘Ask Me’ people from the Little Sisters of the Poor, the Franciscan Order and other lay groups! Adoration and Reconciliation will also be part of the festival. Register by joining the Facebook event and/or contact Shana at shanal@cda.org.nz.





Groups and Orders to explore

Check out these amazing groups and orders who will be a part of the Vocations Festival, to get you thinking about your place in the world!

Auckland Diocesan Priests Vocations

Office of Marriage and Family Life | Catholic Diocese of Auckland

Little Sisters of the Poor

Missionaries of Charity
Sr. M. Agnes Joseph MC
(09) 826 4071

Franciscan Friars OFM

Sisters of Mercy

Catholic Discipleship College


Cafe Catechesis with Emma Fradd


Come along to our first ever Cafe Catechesis with our guest speaker Emma Fradd! Emma is a convert to the Catholic faith after spending 5 years calling herself an atheist. She is a musician (check out her band Heaps Good Friends) 
and works as a Recruitment Co-ordinator for NET Ministries in Brisbane after having served two years with NET. She will be speaking about how she lives out her faith and vocation through her music and her work with NET 

It will be an evening with music, testimony, coffee and casual conversations. Open to all young people and those young at heart! Wednesday 25 October 2017, 7pm-9pm. Venue to be confirmed. Stay tuned for updates.

Register by joining the Facebook event and/or contact Ramona at ramonac@cda.org.nz.