Welcome to Our Lady of Fatima – Meadowbank. The national shrine of the Blessed Virgin Mary in New Zealand.
Sunday: 9:30 am
Monday: 9:00 am
Tuesday: 6:30 pm
(Rosary, Novena Prayer and Mass)
Wednesday, 9:00 am
Thursday, 9:00 am
Friday, 9:00 am
Saturday, 9:00 am
5:30 pm Vigil Mass
Every Saturday Reconciliation
Every First Saturday of the month celebration of anointing of the sick during 9:00 am Mass
Mt Carmel School.
In 1950, Bishop Liston established the Catholic Church of Meadowbank as the National Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima. From 1950 to 1970’s there were many Marrian Festivals that were celebrated here in Meadowbank. At Our Lady of Fatima we hold Rosary, Novena Prayer and Mass every Tuesday evening at 6:30 pm.
In May we celebrate the Marian Festival by reciting the Rosary and Novena followed by Mass and a procession for nine days prior to the Date of the Festival. The Marian Festival coincides with the first apparition of Our Lady to Jacinta, Lucia and Francisco in Fatima, Portugal.
We encourage you visit the National Shrine to pay homage to the Mother of Our Saviour Jesus Christ.
Please feel free to participate and get involved in the life of the National Shrine. For more information please email email@example.com.
Fr Austin Fernandes
Sacramental Programme 2020
Enrollments are now closed.
We welcome all parents who are interested in baptising their Children in the Catholic Faith. For more information please download the parish app or click here.
Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) is always available in our parish. Please call or email the office to ensure the Priest is available for you. Following Saturday 9:00 am Mass we celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Each year our parish offers First Holy Communion and Confirmation for our children. Keep an eye out in the parish newsletter or the app, enrollments open in September. For more information download the parish app or click here.
If you are thinking that God is calling you to serve Him in the Sacred Orders, pray and discern this calling that is nagging at you. A practical advice to discern is to:
Pray and attend Mass as frequent as you can.
Sacrament of Matrimony (wedding/marriage) is a wonderful gift of God to a couple who are discerning to be faithful to each other and willing to give each other their total commitment and fidelity. The couple could celebrate this in a Sacred Ritual given by the church. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Please provide you baptism and confirmation certificate
The Mass of Christian Burial is the primary celebration of the funeral rites. This Mass celebrates our belief, as Christians, that death is a passage to a new life and, ultimately, to resurrection and eternal union with God. The resurrection is the theme that is reflected in the readings, the hymns and prayers.