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Click on the thumbnail images or links to view the photo galleries of events and happenings at the Hill Suburbs Pastoral Area parishes. Each gallery will open in a new window.

8 June 2014
Pentecost Sunday Celebrations

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19 May 2013
Pentecost Sunday Celebrations

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19-21 October 2012
St Mary's Kaikorai Church Centennial

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Sunday 4 September 2011
Confirmation Mass
St Francis Xavier Parish, Mornington

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Thursday 11 November 2010
Seniors Group Bus Trip to Carey's Bay & Orakanui Ecosanctury

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Sunday 31 October 2010
First Communion
St Francis Xavier Parish, Mornington

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Thursday 8 July 2010
Annointing Mass
St Francis Xavier Parish Centre

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Saturday 3 July 2010
Mid Winter Dinner
Little Sisters of the Poor, Brockville

What a night! A fantastic night out and enjoyed by all. A huge thank you to the many people who helped organise the night and set the hall up with tables and decorations - especially the very kind Sisters who worked tirelessly throughout the night and Trevor Graham for his superb performance on the guitar that had everyone singing along....click here to view photo gallery

If you have any photos from Hill Suburbs Pastoral Area events that you would like to share then please contacthillspa@clear.net.nz

Our Parishes

St Francis Xavier
(Mornington)
36 Mitchell Ave
Maryhill
Dunedin 9011


St Mary of the
Immaculate Conception
(Kaikorai)
6 Cromwell St
Wakari
Dunedin 9010


St Joseph
(Brockville)
295 Brockville Rd
Brockville
Dunedin 9011

Our Mission

“We are a Catholic community committed to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ by prayer, worship and service.  We are called to create a supportive, compassionate and forgiving community open to all people without discrimination.”