We are in the Orange Traffic Light Setting

As New Zealand moved to the Orange traffic light at 11.59pm on 13 April, it now means that gatherings can go ahead without any limits on the number of people allowed to attend. There is no requirement to scan/sign in (although people can, if they wish). Vaccine Passes are no...

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Registration Required for Easter Services

Registration is required for all Easter services. Registrations close at 9am on Thursday 14 April. To register, please contact the parish office. Mention the names of those attending and a contact phone number – email: ourladyofhope@xtra.co.nz , OR – phone: (04) 232 5611 and leave a message, OR – call...

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Current Rules under “Life at Red”

Overnight on 26 March 2022 the government’s Covid-19 website was updated. Under “Life at Red”, in the section “Gatherings and Visits at Red”, it now says that social distancing is no longer required. However, Regional Public Health (who inform us of cases of Omicron in our parish community) have said...

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Mass Schedule

Our usual timetable for Weekday Masses will apply:Monday – Saturday 9am at Our Lady of Fatima Church, TawaThursday – 10am at St Pius X Church, Titahi Bay Sunday – 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM at Our Lady of Fatima Church, Tawa (requires vaccination pass),7:00PM at St Pius X Church, Titahi...

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Special Request to Planned Envelope Givers

If you give to Planned Giving by envelope, can you please put all donations from the weeks missed attending Church into only one envelope, which will be greatly appreciated by the counters.  These can be handed in at the office during office hours.  Thanks Please ensure you tell other parishioners who may...

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Notices on Alert Level 2

This is an excerpt from the letter of Cardinal: After careful consideration and having taken advice I am now writing to say that while we are in Alert Level 2, it is permissible to continue weekday Masses and Masses on Saturday morning from this Wednesday 19 August. However, the following...

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