The Parish Pastoral Council have developed a plan for our Parish for 2023. Click here for a copy. This plan is a living document and we welcome ideas and comments from our parishioners.
The Plan needs to be regularly re-assessed, adapted and evaluated. It embraces both the continuation of existing pastoral initiatives within the parish and the outward search to new ways in which the parish can carry out the mission of Jesus.
Parish Update: Have your say on the use of the St Bernard’s legacy. An email address has been set up for initial comments. Please send your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org. An FAQ list to help people form their feedback is available here and in the Foyer of the Church.
The Parishioners of the Catholic Parish of wellington south come together from Brooklyn, Newtown, Island Bay and surrounding suburbs.
Sunday Masses are held in, St Anne’s, Newtown and St Francis de Sales, Island Bay.
There are three primary schools within the Parish: St Anne’s in Newtown; St Bernard’s in Brooklyn and St Francis de Sales in Island Bay.
Keeping in Touch
If you are not on the Parish email List and would like to be included to receive emails from the Parish Team, please let them know.
Phone 934 4099 or email: email@example.com
He Īnoi mō te Hātotanga o te Kahurangi nei a Meri Hōhepa
E te Ariki e Hēhu Karaiti, nāu mātou i whakaako mēnā ka puaki atu mātou i te pūaroha mō te iti, arā, ngā tēina, ngā tuākana, ngā tuāhine me ngā tungāne, kātahi ka whakaatu mātou i te pūaroha ki ā koe.
Whakarongo mai ki ā mātou īnoinga ki a Meri Hōhepa te Wahine Kahurangi nāna i te aroha te iwi Māori. Nāna i awhi ngā tāngata pōhara, ngā tūroro, me ngā tāngata rawakore. Meatia tēna, kua karanga rawa atu te Hāhi i tētahi tāngata o āu pononga tapu, o āu tāngata māhaki hoki. Ā te wā tonu, mā te katoa e mōhio mai tōna Hātotanga.
Prayer for the beatification of Suzanne Aubert
Lord Jesus Christ, you taught us that as often as we show compassion to the least of your brothers and sisters, we show it to you.
Hear our prayers that Venerable Suzanne Aubert, who loved the Māori people and devoted her life to the poor, the sick and the underprivileged, and whom the Church has declared to be one of your true and humble followers, may soon be recognised as a saint.