LOGOS, the Marist Youth Development agency in Auckland, November 20, farewelled Tayla Fa'aofo as she departs soon to … [Read More...] about From Marist mission in Auckland to Marist mission in Ranong, Thailand
Marists in New Zealand
Marist fathers and brothers are members of the Society of Mary, a "religious congregation" in the Catholic Church who seek to model their lives on the person of Mary, the mother of Jesus and seek to, as it were 'be' Mary and do her work.
Marist priests and brothers live in community which provides a supportive environment for their lives and ministries.
In New Zealand, Marists focus their ministry on youth and education, have a preference for missionary parishes, and ministry outreach into wider society; beyond traditional Church structures.
In all their ministries members of the Society of Mary remember the original call to mission among the Tangata Whenua.
Following widespread community concern about a "cluster" of suicides, Challenge 2000 is actively helping in Porirua … [Read More...] about Challenge 2000 responding to Porirua suicide concerns
The parish priest at inner-city St Mary of the Angels changed tack on Sunday 4 November, joining his congregation in … [Read More...] about Wellington Marist priest ‘mends fences’ with sex abuse survivors
Serious issues impacted Challenge 2000 this year, and the Marist - Challenge Gap students made huge difference."The … [Read More...] about Marist – Challenge Gap year makes a difference
Eight Year 13 students from St Patrick's College Wellington will spend part of their 2019 summer holidays at the Marist … [Read More...] about St Patrick’s students again help Burmese refugees
Saturday, LOGOS held a quiz evening at the Logos Centre to raise money for the Ranong Mission.About 250 people … [Read More...] about LOGOS raises $5k for Marist Ranong mission
Marist Motivations"Do not rebuff people, ask little of them and grace will do the rest." - JC Colin
- From Marist mission in Auckland to Marist mission in Ranong, Thailand
- Challenge 2000 responding to Porirua suicide concerns
- Wellington Marist priest ‘mends fences’ with sex abuse survivors
- Marist – Challenge Gap year makes a difference
- St Patrick’s students again help Burmese refugees
- LOGOS raises $5k for Marist Ranong mission
- Chris Skinner music goes digital
- MAP Marists talk ecology, education and migrants
- Fundamentalism book takes top international prize
- Fr Pius Jones adopted by Aborigine clan
There is a paradox in the workings of the human senses.Seeing is only human insofar as it can see that which is invisible – a face with a name, a name that is “not written on the face”, as popular … Read more about Tasting God