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Suzanne Aubert came to New Zealand to be a missionary among the people of this land-with a special care for the Māori. In 1870 when asked by Bishop Croke to abandon this call and return to her homeland, due to Auckland’s financial problems, she declined saying ‘My Lord, I came here for the Māori; I will die in the midst of them. Nobody can prevent me from doing that…’ (Sr. Angela, ‘Reminiscences’, vol. 2, page 294). This decision eventually led to the founding of New Zealand’s own congregation of Sisters.

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Latest News

  • A Greeting from Sister Margaret Anne MillsFebruary 10, 2020
    After what was a particularly eventful... read more
  • A Visit to JerusalemFebruary 10, 2020
    Written by Clive Abbot. Yes, New... read more
  • Mass of Thanksgiving – March 5 2020February 10, 2020
    We have arranged for a Mass... read more
  • Update from Rome on Cause progressFebruary 10, 2020
    Recently Father Maurice Carmody, the postulator... read more
  • 2020 Annual Celebration Day on October 4thNovember 15, 2019
    The next annual Suzanne Aubert Celebration... read more
  • Bishops confident on Cause for Venerable Suzanne Aubert after Rome visitNovember 15, 2019
    by Rowena Orejana New Zealand bishops... read more
  • Celebration Day on October 6thSeptember 25, 2019
    Our annual Suzanne Aubert Celebration day... read more
  • Sister Margaret Anne meets Pope FrancisJune 17, 2019
    While in Rome recently to attend... read more
  • Formal meeting with Cardinal Beccui heldJune 17, 2019
    The postulator for the Cause of... read more

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