Youth and Young Adults

St. Patrick's Cathedral is the spiritual home for many young Catholics throughout the Diocese of Auckland. Below is some more information on events that are happening in the parish on a regular basis, and some links to other youth related sites, keep reading.

Diocesan Youth Mass

On the last Sunday of each month, the Auckland Youth Ministry Support team co-ordinates a Diocesan Youth Mass where young people from around the cities that make up Auckland gather to worship and celebrate the Mass - in their own way! Music, drama, special liturgies - all of these make the monthly Dio Youth Mass a unique event.

For more information on the Youth Mass, check out the Auckland Youth Ministry site for photos and more details.

Logos Youth Ministry

Since 2000, The Logos Project has been a leading provider of youth ministry in Auckland diocese. Started by the Society of Mary, Logos has touched the lives of thousands of young Catholics in Auckland for a decade. In 2008, Logos was contracted by Bishop Patrick Dunn to be the provider of youth ministry for Auckland diocese.

Learn more about Logos by clicking here

 

Auckland Catholic Tertiary Chaplaincy

The Catholic Diocese of Auckland runs a tertiary chaplaincy service at Newman Hall, on the campus of the University of Auckland and just minutes from the Auckland University of Technology campus. The Tertiary Chaplaincy also prepares and team members are present at, the second Sunday of the month 7pm Mass at the Cathedral.

For more on the teriarty chaplaincy service, visit their website

 
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