Te Whetu O te Moana l Star of the Sea
Marlborough Catholic Parish
Mass Schedules at Covid Traffic Light System for
Our Lady Star of the Sea
Commencing Thursday 14th April 2022
at the Orange Setting
Masses/Word & Communion Services no longer require Registrations. BUT Please continue to wear your Masks at all times, and sanitise.
Please remember to be kind, gentle and patient, as we are all in this together.
We warmly welcome you to our Parish. We are an extensive parish across a big part of our country. Many of our people are significant participants in the life of their local communities. Welcome to our web page. If you need any further information please feel free to contact us.
Our Vision: to become “A welcoming, thriving, inclusive community of Christian faith, hope and love”.
One Mission. One Parish. From the Sounds to the Sea, the Mountains to the Plains. We are the Catholic Communities of Wairau, Kaikoura, Sounds, and Awatere
We are joy-filled missionary disciples: walking in Christ’s light, growing in faith together, and taking the Gospel and the love of Jesus to the people of Marlborough, and beyond.
There is more information and explanation under "Notices and Events".
We are a very large geographic parish, stretching from Havelock & Picton in the NW, through Blenheim, the Awatere and on to Kaikoura in the SE. From the Tasman Coast we stretch more than 100km inland to the Molesworth Cattle Station. Large or small, all our communities are served with generosity and joy.
Our families come from a growing and wider cultural background, and a wide mix of employment, including: cattle, education, fishing, grains & gardens, health care, local government, retired, salt works, sheep, tourism, & wine industry.
Come and See
Whether you are visiting and checking for Mass times, or staying a time, I invite you to view the various aspects of our website to learn about our communities and our ministries. And if you are a local or staying, please consider what gifts you might bring to the community, so we can better serve the wider communities we belong to.
Fr Michael McCabe