The Voice of Compassion Issue 48
Living with Compassion, a message of gratitude, climate change and the Home of Compassion…
Suzanne Aubert News Issue 9
As New Zealand takes pride in the great strides it is making as a welcoming and tolerant community, we need to acknowledge the great example set by Venerable Suzanne Aubert…
Apply now – The Suzanne Aubert Tertiary Scholarship is open
Tertiary students in the Archdiocese of Wellington and the Diocese of Palmerston North who are entering into their third year or more of study are invited to apply for a Suzanne Aubert Tertiary Scholarship.
Rā whānau! Happy Birthday!
Celebrating the 184th anniversary of the birth of Suzanne Aubert, Meri Hōhepa…
Suzanne Aubert News Issue 8
A formal diocesan inquiry into the cure of a New Zealander through the alleged intercession of Venerable Suzanne Aubert has been held in Christchurch…
The Voice of Compassion Issue 47
A quick look at Lyon, Compassion soup kitchen bees, scholarship winners, Zena’s whakapapa…
The Voice of Compassion Issue 46
Teaching Christian meditation to school children, Matariki celebrations, Sisters new permanent exhibition is open, Compassion Soup Kitchen wins awards…
Suzanne Aubert News Issue 6
In God’s time, Suzanne’s footsteps through Aotearoa, Why Suzanne Aubert is an inspiration to me, Parish notes, Visit the Suzanne Aubert Heritage Centre…
The Voice of Compassion Issue 45
A pilgrimage to El Salvador and Hiruhārama, scholarship winners, Compassion Soup Kitchen’s urban garden, Compassion Housing supporting more pensioners, 125th anniversary celebrations, school visits, a year at Our Lady’s Home of Compassion…
Sisters of Compassion Celebrate 125 Years
A very big thank you to all the guests visited us and the volunteers helped to host our 125th anniversary celebrations on Saturday, 14 October.
Compassion Housing will deliver community housing
Press Release – Horowhenua District Council
3 October 2017
Annual Venerable Suzanne Aubert celebration day
October is a significant month in the life of Suzanne Aubert given that she died on 1stOctober. To celebrate her life and to help promote the spirituality and good works of Suzanne Aubert, the NZ bishops have agreed to support a Suzanne Aubert Celebration day on the first Sunday of October each year.