Justice, Peace and Care of our Environment Marist Ministry Blog
Check out this great weekly blog
The Marist Fathers are offering a weekly reflection by weblog as a response to the Popeâ€™s encyclical Laudato Si.
Links to it can be found on our Facebook page also. There are articles from NZ Marists, and Marists around the globe.
Click here to go to this innovative and deeply Marist project and their community of Nga Tupu.
Beatification cause for J-C Colin
The cause for the beatification of the Marist founder, Jean-Claude Colin, has been reintroduced.
Prayer cards, high resolution image of the icon and much more here
A monthly magazine with articles on spirituality, the work of Marists in the Pacific region, and other general interest items. Many of the features (including the daily prayer guide) are available online, or you can subscibe for delivery by mail.
The official US Bishops Version can be accessed online at the USCCB website. Users can bookmark or highlight areas, see footnotes in a "light box" without leaving the original page, and search within the Catechism, including by paragraph number. It is currently available in English only. E-reader versions are available for purchase.
Catholic Church in New Zealand
Information about what is happening in every diocese, all the groups, activities etc. www.catholic.org.nz
Catholic Enquiry Centre - Australia
If you are based in Australia, you may prefer your local enquiry centre. You can submit questions and receive answers to any questions on the Catholic Faith by email. -
A group based in Wellington, NZ to assist youth and families at risk and also develop leadership and service skills in young Catholics who work at helping them. Their service is broadly based on Marist spirituality.
MYAM is a ministry of the Marist Brothers Province of New Zealand . Traditionally Marist Brothers have worked among young people in education, but in recent years they have moved into other areas of ministry with young people (see www.maristbrothers.org.nz for more information on Marist Brothers). www.myam.org.nz
The Mary Page
Maintained by The Marian Library/International Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton in Ohio, an international center of research and study on the role of Mary in Christian life. This library has the most resources on Mary in the world - pictures, meditations, information, prayers, and more, plus the opportunity to get questions answered - www.udayton.edu/mary/index.html