Maori Pastoral Care Appeal
Māori Pastoral Care provides advice and support for Māori and faith communities within the Archdiocese of Wellington.Wellington
Māori Pastoral Care provides advice and support for Māori and faith communities within the Archdiocese of Wellington.
In recent years this ministry has included:
• the pastoral care of whānau
• sacramental and leadership programmes,
• assisting archdiocesan parishes, schools and communities with advice, Māori prayers, translations and other forms of cultural expression.
Your contribution and prayers will enable us to achieve our joint mission for the Archdiocese today, tomorrow and into the future.
Mā te Atua tātou e manaaki e tiaki hoki - May God keep us all in His care.
We are the Catholic community of the lower North and upper South Islands of Aotearoa New Zealand, following Jesus Christ by celebrating and sharing faith, growing in community, and working for justice and peace.
Use of funds
The Maori Pastoral Care Appeal (MPC) supports the pastoral care of Māori, specifically the work done by the Vicar for Maori, (Deacon Danny Karatea-Goddard) and Kaiāwhina Māori (Rangimoeroa Waikari-Panapa).
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