With all Catholic Mass services suspended to help fight COVID-19 pandemic, our New Zealand dioceses are moving to provide live streaming of Sunday and weekday Masses.
Click on the links provided for
Sunday 29 March 2020
From Holy Cross seminary with Bishop Michael in Auckland
9am with Bishop Steve in Hamilton
10am with Bishop Paul in Christchurch
10am in Palmerston North
10am with Fr Michael McCabe in Kapiti
From Viard House with Cardinal John Dew in Wellington
7pm (NZ time) Pope Francis says Mass in his private chapel in Rome. Click here.
9am with Bishop Steve in Hamilton. Click here
9.30am from the Catholic parish of Whanganui. Click here
9.30am from St Theresa's parish Plimmerton, Porirua. Click here
9am Christchurch. Click here for the live stream
6.25pm St Peter Chanel, North Canterbury. Adoration then Mass at 7pm. Click here
A package of 6 days of reflections while New Zealand Aotearoa is in "Lock Down" is available from the Wellington diocese.
In Reverse - prayer in a time of isolation is available here
Nourishment for the Sunday Readings 29 March - Being the Body of Christ in this time of Corona virus. Here
More information about other opportunities will be published as it comes to hand.
Vatican's You tube channel
Friday 27 March Pope Francis gave an extraordinary blessing
In response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Pope Francis gave his Urbi et Orbi blessing to the city of Rome and to the world.
The formal blessing is usually given only immediately after a new pope is elected and on Christmas and Easter.
This took place at 6pm (Rome time). You can watch this 60 min Youtube recording from Saturday at 6am Here
Scripture of the Day
Magnificat is a very popular prayer resource across the world in many languages. In this time of difficulty they have generously opened access to their online subscription to all people for free (online and App.)
To sign up click here.