Mon & Tues - 9am
Liturgy of Word & Holy Communion
Wednesday Mass - 9am

Thursday Mass - 9am 

Friday Mass - 9am

Sunday Mass - 9.30am & 5.pm
Maori Mass 2nd Sunday of Month 11am   
59 Queen Street, Te Puke   
Mondays and Tuesdays - 9am  
Saturday Vigil 5pm
4th Sunday of month 
Maori Mass 2nd Sunday of month 9am  
Liturgy Service 3rd Sunday of month 11am   
Before Mass
Te Puke - Tuesday & Saturday
Mount - Wed to Friday 9am 

Nau mai haere mai  -  Welcome

Let the Church always be a place of Mercy and Hope where everyone is Welcomed, Loved and Forgiven. - Pope Francis


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There are 33 or 34 weeks in the yearly liturgical cycle that do not celebrate a specific aspect of the mystery of Christ. They are devoted to the mystery of Christ in its fullness, especially on Sundays. This period is known as Ordinary Time.

Ordinary Time begins on Monday after the Sunday following 6 January and continues until Tuesday before Ash Wednesday inclusive. It begins again on Monday after Pentecost and ends before Evening Prayer I of the First Sunday of Advent.

-Sacred Congregation of Divine Worship, General Norms for the Liturgical Year and the Calendar, n43 44-



Parish Priest: Fr Darren McFarlane

Assistant Priest: Fr Stuart Young

Deacons: Henk Gielen, Vince Shaw & Doug Rewi





And you, the stars of the heavens, O bless the Lord" (Daniel 3).
While there are many representations of the Southern Cross, this is a modern interpretation, particular to the Catholic Church in Aotearoa New Zealand. It speaks of us 

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