Who do we say Jesus Christ is?
He is the Christ of God, the Lord, our saviour. He is with us in our daily lives.
He may be present in our happiness, in our sadness, in our sufferings, and in our troubles.
He really shepherds us to salvation, to the eternal happiness.
We will experience his presence if we renounce ourselves and take up our cross every day and follow him. We are not alone in this life. Jesus Christ is with us.
He is the saviour.
Holy Trinity Parish Vision
We are a prayerful and diverse Catholic community in the Eastern suburbs of Wellington, drawing strength from one another to grow and become fully alive as missionary disciples.
Archdiocese of Wellington 2016 Priest Jubilee Mass of Thanksgiving
This will be held at St Patrick’s Church, Kilbirnie Tuesday 21st June 2016 11am.
PRESBYTERAL ORDINATION ANNIVERSARIES
Fr Tom O’Connor SM
Fr Thomas Sherry SM
Fr Stephen Berecz
Fr John Berry
All are welcome to join the priests of the Archdiocese at the Mass of Thanksgiving.
Please note: There will be no 9.30am Mass at St Patrick’s Church on this day.
St Catherine’s College Mission Day Mass – Mercy in Action
9am Wednesday 29th June at St Patrick’s Church
On Mission day our students go out into the community and perform a "Mercy in Action". The theme for our Mission day has been based on Pope Francis' call for us to hear "the cry of the earth and the cry of the poor'. Please note: this will replace the 9.30am Mass so please come and celebrate with the College
Mass to celebrate Suzanne Aubert’s Birthday: 5pm, 19 June
Celebrate the birthday of Suzanne Aubert, New Zealand’s first saint in the making, with the Sisters of Compassion. Mass is at 5pm in the Chapel of Our Lady of Compassion, 2 Rhine Street, Island Bay and Cardinal John Dew will preside. All welcome.
Please note: There will be no 9.30am Wednesday morning Mass 22nd June as
Fr Ephrem will be attending the Council of Priests meeting.
From the Archdiocesan Justice Peace and Development Commission “Basically, when you listen to the Gospel, when you follow Christ, Christ is asking you to be very radical. Christ is asking you to be close to the people, to be close to the poor.” Archbishop Christophe Pierre, Papal Nuncio to the USA. Ngā mihi nui
The 40 Days for Life webcast "America at a Crossroads" on June 7th was attended by 3,128 people from around the world, as an ambitious pro-life endeavour was announced. This year, for the first time, 40 Days for Life is going to coordinate pro-life vigils to occur simultaneously across all 50 states of America, from September 28 to November 6th. Record numbers of Americans will participate in prayer and fasting, holding public vigils witnessing to the value of every human life, and community outreach that will bring hope to many mothers, fathers and their unborn children. If you would like to view the “America at a Crossroads” webinar, go to : https://40daysforlife.com/crossroads For more information on pro-life issues, phone Voice for Life on (09)4430995 or visit www.voiceforlife.org.nz.
Soup Kitchen Open Day
To celebrate Suzanne Aubert's birthday the Soup Kitchen is hosting an Open Day on Sunday 19th June between 11am – 2pm. You're invited to sample soup, learn about the history of the 115 year old organisation and find out about opportunities to get involved. Please bring cash.
Feeding the Soup Kitchen – how can you help?
“You picked me up off the street, fed me, loved me back to health.” This is what one guest said of the Soup Kitchen. On Friday 1st July the Soup Kitchen is hosting its annual Street Appeal between 7am - 5pm at 25 sites throughout the capital. This requires approximately 200 volunteers to collect. If you would like to find out more or volunteer your time, please contact email@example.com
Day of Prayer for Refugees and Migrants - 19 June 2016
Migrants and Refugees challenge us. The response of the Gospel of Mercy.
The New Zealand Catholic Bishop’s Conference set the Day of Prayer for Refugees and Migrants (19 June) as close as possible each year to the World Refugee Day (20 June). This year Pope Francis reminds us to be inspired by the Gospel of Mercy. Migrants and Refugees challenge us to ensure that God’s love is felt by every individual, and to welcome them “home”. Let us pray today for all migrants and refugees, that all people may feel accepted and welcomed as part of the one human family
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