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Spirituality in Aotearoa New Zealand

Catholic VoicesEdited by Helen Bergin & Susan Smith

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This is a book about the variety of spiritualties lived here in New Zealand.

It is a sharing by those who are living it for those who wish to learn.

It is lay theology and spirituality from both Maori and Pakeha that springs from catholic roots.

But it is not without an ecumenical dimension. Responses are included from members of other Christian traditions.

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He Kupu Whakawairua
Edited by Helen Bergin & Susan Smith

This is a book about the variety of spiritualties lived here in New Zealand.

It is a sharing by those who are living it for those who wish to learn.

It is lay theology and spirituality from both Maori and Pakeha that springs from catholic roots.

But it is not without an ecumenical dimension. Responses are included from members of other Christian traditions.

“It’s a book of celebration. It’s a good story, a collection of essays put together with honesty and insight. It’s about our history, social responsibility, education, family life, justice, vocations. It was written by people of prayer. It’s all good stuff! Marvelous stuff! 

It’s the kind of reading that has us standing on our hands and clapping our heels in gratefulness.” – Joy Cowley, Mother, grandmother & author

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