The Marist Messenger is a spiritual monthly magazine published by the Society of Mary, New Zealand. It was first published in 1929.
The Marist Messenger is by Fr Kevin Head SM. You’re invited to apply for a free sample of the latest issue by emailing Joanne Oliver, the Messenger’s office secretary, with your name and address.
Subscription and contact details are available from the Marist Messenger.
Most recent Marist Messenger Articles
“The only thing that is constant is change.” Heraclitus, Greek philosopher. “The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but building on the new.” Socrates, Greek philosopher. Marist Messenger is a lovely little magazine which has been published in New Zealand. Over the years, that magazine published […]
Fr Louis Molloy SM Born December 18 1929 Professed 2 February 1953 Ordained 13 December 1957 Died 9 November 2022 Marists in Australia mourn the passing on Nov 09 of Fr Louis Molloy SM, aged 92, at Crowley Care Nursing Home, Ballina, after several years of debilitating illness. He was approaching his 65th anniversary of […]
Fr Allan Connors SM Born 6 March 1928 Professed 2 February 1946 Ordained 26 July 1952 Died 30 November 2022 Allan was born at Macksville on the north coast of NSW, from German, French, English and Irish ancestry. After attending local convent schools he completed his secondary education at St John’s College, Woodlawn, from where […]
When I undertook my counsellor training, one of the core skills we were trained in was listening. It was drilled into us on a daily basis. While hearing and listening are used interchangeably, there is a subtle difference. Hearing is generally regarded as passive, while listening is active. We can hear someone without actually actively […]
Lent, the 40 weekdays preceding Easter, was established to give Christians an opportunity to renew their commitments, reflect on their lives and respond to Jesus' teaching to “love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and ... love your neighbour as yourself.” (Matthew 28:36 […]