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Called by Baptism When people talk about vocations in the Church they are often referring to those who have taken religious or clerical vows; priests, brothers, sisters, nuns. Yet statistically the majority of the People of God do not fit such criteria. Yet all the Baptised are called. The very meaning of the word vocation […]
‘Ordinary’ Faith? The term Ordinary Time used for the longest season of the Liturgical Calendar can be confusing. When we use the word ‘ordinary’ in everyday language we are usually referring to something normal, unexceptional, commonplace maybe something that’s not that important. Ordinary Time however is none of these things. The name for this season […]
Kia ora tātou katoa, September – springtime provides the environment for celebrating the Season of Creation, one of 3 key items of interest in this NLO Quick Guide. 2 practical templates to assist with guidelines and preparation for Celebrating Masses with Children Resources to support the Season of Creation A collection of prayer resources for use In Times […]
Te Koropiko – September 2018 Please pass this newsletter on, where appropriate, to liturgy committees, parish council and finance members, and interested parishioners, particularly those in liturgical ministries.
Bishop Pat Dunn has written a Pastoral Letter on the New Zealand housing crisis to be available at all Masses in the Auckland Diocese on Sunday 16th September 2018 (the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time). Pastoral Letter on the NZ Housing Crisis