Catholic Fellowship for Women : 18th Birthday Celebration
Catholic Fellowship for Women : 18th Birthday Celebration
Here is an opportunity to share our faith with others in an Interfaith setting on Monday, September 17 at 6 pm in the upstairs room at the Mosque on Hukanui Road.
The Islam Awareness Week is holding a discussion based on a theme "Halal - more than just food" with presentations from various religious communities.
There will also be a couple of songs from the Waikato Interfaith Choir.
The Mosque is also having an Open Day on Saturday, September 22 from 10.30 am to 3 pm .
Please see the poster for details on all this.
Finger foods are served at both events. All are welcome. Please promote this among your Catholic groups and contacts.
A reminder that TCI offers qualifications to those who minister and lead in parish communities, chaplaincies and Catholic organisations or who teach in Catholic schools.
TCI values being inclusive of everyone, as our director Gerald Scanlan explained that we want to reflect the rich diversity within New Zealand’s Catholic faith community.
It is particularly important that Māori and Pasifika students feel welcome at TCI and encouraged to commit to and succeed in gaining qualifications in Christian Ministry or Religious Education.
If interested in studying with TCI, please contact Cynthia on 0800217411
The NZ Red Cross brings you another opportunity to support a Refugee family. It’s a great time to now join Red Cross and register for a free training course. The role of a Refugee Support Volunteer is to support a UN-quota refugee family during their first 3 months of resettlement in Hamilton: setting up a house, introducing the new arrivals to NZ culture, assisting them with doctor’s registrations, school enrolments, finding their way around their new community etc. You can find more information on our website: https://www.redcross.org.nz/what-we-do/in-new-zealand/refugee-programmes/volunteer-help-former-refugees/
A free training course with the Red Cross starts on Thursday, 1st February to prepare volunteers for the refugees arriving in Hamilton in March. In five training sessions, you hear about the refugee experience, your role as a refugee Support Volunteer and how we can help with resettlement in Hamilton.
The schedule is as follows:
6th, 13h, 20th, 27th September and 4th October 2018
Timing: There will be five morning sessions as well as evening sessions each from 9.30 AM - 12.30 PM and 6 PM – 9 PM respectively.
Location: NZ Red Cross building on 422 Te Rapa Road.
If you are interested and available to support a refugee family for at least 3 months (ideally up to six), please contact Linda via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07 825 0285.
If you live too far from Hamilton and it wouldn’t work for you to be a Refugee Support Volunteer, please contact Linda to ask for the information sheet “Other ways to help Refugees”.
Project Rachel is pleased to be able to once again offer Carolina Gnad's / P.A.T.H.S. POST ABORTION SEMINAR - as well as Advanced Training for those who have already participated in the P.A.T.H.S 2 day seminar.
Attached both flyers with full details
This 15 August 2018 in the Hamilton Diocese
Kaimai Collegial Area
Te Akau ki Mauao Collegial Area
Central Lakes Collegial Area
Eastern BOP/East Coast Collegial Area
Waikato Central Collegial Area
Waikato South Collegial Area
King Country Collegial Area
Fr. Richard Shortall SJ, Papal Missionary of Mercy, is coming back to the Hamilton Diocese to offer a Directed Retreat.
If interested, please register the soonest. A reasonable level of fitness may also be required. Thanks to Bishop Steve for this initiative. Please find the details of retreat further below:
Directed Retreat at Tyburn Monastery, Ngakuru:
Beginning Sunday August 26 at 6pm and finishing on Friday August 31 after breakfast.
Cost: $55/night ($220).
To register contact Robert- email@example.com or call 027-6274475.
For Social Justice Week this year, Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand and the Hamilton Diocese are holding interactive workshops on disability and participation in our community, through the lens of Catholic social teaching.
These workshops will look at disability and participation in the local context, using the process of See, Judge, and Act. The purpose of these workshops is to bring together different parts of the Hamilton Diocese to discuss how we as the church can become more informed, inclusive in attitude and active in making our communities truly welcoming and accessible to all people.
St Thomas More Church, 17 Gloucester Road, Mt Maunganui 10:00am to 3:30pm
St Patrick’s Church, 88 Acacia Bay Road, Nukuhau 10:00am to 3:00pm
Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 494 Grey Street, Hamilton 11:30am to 5:00pm
Registration for the workshops can be done by calling us at 0800 22 10 22, emailing Joanna Viernes at firstname.lastname@example.org, or registering directing using Google Forms: https://goo.gl/forms/7vPuAw3ODoqMosVB2.
In August, a workshop kit will be available to download on our website for your community to take and use, as well as our other Social Justice Week resources:www.caritas.org.nz/parishes/social-justice-week.
SC502 Interpreting the New Testament: Six week evening course starting 23 July, 6pm at Chanel Centre Hamilton
The New Testament witnesses to the life and teaching of Jesus of Nazareth and the beginnings of the Christian church. It was written (in the light of faith in the Resurrection) by a number of people using a variety of literary forms. This course is designed to familiarise students with the content and world of the New Testament.
(Image: Amiens Cathedral West Facade. Central Portal Tympanum Wikimedia Commns)
SC612 The Letters of Paul: 3 August, 9.00am – 4.00pm at St Mary’s Parish Centre, Gisborne.
The Letters of Paul arose from the real needs of his audience as well as the triumphs and tribulation of his ministry. This course will examine the historical circumstances that gave rise to ‘the Pauline corpus’ and explore the use of Paul’s writings in contemporary liturgical settings as they speak to the Church of today. The form, content and authorship of these letters will form an essential part of the course.
TH102 What is Theology? Evening course,23, 30 Aug; 20,27 Sept;18,25 Oct; 6pm -9pm at Chanel Centre Hamilton
St Anslem claimed that Theology is ‘faith seeking understanding’. This course will explore questions about God, Jesus Christ, creation and being human in light of scripture, tradition and experience. Students will be encouraged to explore the Christian theological Tradition and examine the contexts in which theology is done. (Image: https://www.slideshare.net/stevethomason/omg-week-1-everyone-is-a-theologian)
MAX18NZ is a National Catholic Event for Men, 28-30 September 2018, Kings College, Auckland.
Great line up of international speakers, single room accommodation, excellent food, not to be missed.