Mike and Yvonne Moore’s supportive 45-year marriage was highlighted by several speakers at the former Prime Minister’s … [Read More...] about Mike and Yvonne Moore thanked for involvement at St Bede’s College
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.
Tim Duckworth assumes office of NZ Provincial
On Friday afternoon, 31 January, Fr Tim Duckworth became Provincial of the New Zealand province. The occasion was … [Read More...] about Tim Duckworth assumes office of NZ Provincial
€20k needed to reopen Marist Camino pilgrim hostel
The Marist Albergue Santa Cruz in Sahagun, October 31, closed its doors uncertain if it will open next season. During … [Read More...] about €20k needed to reopen Marist Camino pilgrim hostel
Abuse and Cover-Up; Gerald Arbuckle’s challenging new book
The Catholic Church is in its most challenging condition since the Reformation. The claim is made by in Abuse and … [Read More...] about Abuse and Cover-Up; Gerald Arbuckle’s challenging new book
Marist Ranong secondary school reopens
The Marist secondary school programme in Ranong Thailand has re-opened. News of their reopening on a part-time basis … [Read More...] about Marist Ranong secondary school reopens
LOGOS celebrates 20 years
LOGOS, a Marist Youth Development project, celebrated 20 years on Saturday 12th October. The milestone brought … [Read More...] about LOGOS celebrates 20 years
Marist MotivationsLet them always keep in mind that they belong by gracious choice to the family of the blessed Mary, Mother of God, from whose name they are called Marists. - JC Colin
- Mike and Yvonne Moore thanked for involvement at St Bede’s College
- Tim Duckworth assumes office of NZ Provincial
- €20k needed to reopen Marist Camino pilgrim hostel
- Abuse and Cover-Up; Gerald Arbuckle’s challenging new book
- Marist Ranong secondary school reopens
- LOGOS celebrates 20 years
- Francis of Assisi parish liturgy upstaged by goat
- Fr Paul Walsh resigns as General Councilor
- Marist Ranong schools close doors
- St Bede’s College Chapel opens
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