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Suzanne Aubert’s compassion for Te Rau Kereopa (imprisoned for his part in the killing of Rev Carl Volkner in 1872) enabled her to spend the night in prayer with him before he was hanged. She then arranged a Catholic burial for him. Suzanne Aubert’s acceptance of the less fortunate tells us, “There is only one right way of looking at what life brings under our eyes, it is the way in which God looks at the world. Let us try to look at others after the manner of God.” (Directory 13, page 313)

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  • 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
  • Diocesan Inquiry ConvenedMay 1, 2019
    A formal diocesan inquiry into the... read more
  • How a Diocesan Inquiry is conductedMay 1, 2019
    In 2016 Suzanne Aubert’s heroic virtues... read more
  • Personal Reflection from Sister Margaret Anne Mills – A FAITH-FILLED EXPERIENCEMay 1, 2019
    Listening to the stories shared as... read more
  • Resident Priest moves in to Island BayMay 1, 2019
    Father James Lyons recently retired from... read more

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