Welcome to St. Paul’s Parish – Massey/Ranui


  • There are NO more restrictions in mass gatherings. Weekend Masses will now go back to its regular schedule. Registration to attend Masses will NO longer be needed.
    • Weekend Mass times are as follows:
      • St. Paul’s Church
        • Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM
        • Sunday 7:30 AM and 10:30 AM
      • St. Malachy’s Church
        • Sunday 9:00 AM
  • Weekday Masses: Monday, Wednesday and Friday – 9:15 AM at St. Paul’s Church. Tuesday and Thursday – 9:15 AM at St. Malachy’s Church.
  • Reconciliation Schedule:
    • St. Paul’s Church – 4pm – 4:30pm (Saturday)
    • St. Malachy’s Church – after the 9:15am Mass (Thursday)
  • Every Church should have a QR code for scanning and a paper registration for those who are unable to record their visit that way.
  • Hand sanitizer needs to be available and its use encouraged.
  • Every effort should be made to ensure those that are ill in any way do not attend Church.
  • Communion in the hand only.
  • No physical sign of peace.

End of Life Choice Act Animation Church

2020 Election Statement
Catholic Bishops of Aotearoa New Zealand

We are all connected

“Everything is connected. Concern for the environment needs to be joined to a sincere love for our fellow human beings and an unwavering commitment to resolving the problems of society.” Pope Francis in Laudato Si’.

As we prepare for New Zealand’s general election, the Bishops of Aoteroa New Zealand want to invite you, the voters and our politicians, to reflect beyond party policies and political personalities and consider: “What kind
of a nation do we want Aotearoa New Zealand”.

Copies of the full statement have been distributed to parishes as has the digital edition.   You can download a full copy here.

A joint statement by the national leaders of most New Zealand church denominations

We urge the people of Aotearoa New Zealand to vote very cautiously in the two Referendums, because both decisions carry the risk of inflicting serious long-term damage on our society, endangering vulnerable people, and making our country less safe for everyone.  To read the full statement from the Church leaders regarding The End of Life Choice Act download it here


  1. We already have “Choice”.
  2. Abuse will happen
  3. Diagnosis and Prognosis can be wrong
  4. A slippery slope
  5. “Right to Die” will become a “Duty to Die”
  6. The increased risk of Elder abuse
  7. “Assisting” suicide may promote suicide
  8. Depression may be influencing the decision
  9. Assisted suicide devalues disabled people
  10. Cost may drive decisions
  11. Widespread opposition
  12. Medical bodies oppose it
  13. No independent witnesses
  14. No requirement for mental competence at death
  15. No cooling-off period
  16. No requirement for existing doctor/patient relationship
  17. No requirement to seek available treatments
  18. Weak accountability
  19. No clear line between terminal & chronic/disabled
  20. Weak freedom of conscience rights

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