Miha in the Archdiocese of Wellington
Miha or Māori Mass is celebrated in some parishes throughout the Archdiocese.
Liturgies for Miha include hīmene, karakia, karanga, taonga pūoro and kākahu. Responses, readings and Prayers of the Faithful are also in te reo Māori.
Te Pāriha o Hāta Mere rāua ko Hāto Hōhepa – Ss Mary & Joseph Parish of Ōtaki and Levin
Fr David Gruschow
Māori Pastoral Care
Pā Pita Healy SM, Pā Piripi Cody SM
Ōtaki: 11am, first Sunday of the month, St Mary’s Church, 4 Convent Road, Ōtaki 06-364 8543
Levin: 9.30am, third Sunday every second month (March; May; July; September; November), St Joseph’s Church, 56 Weraroa Rd, Levin, 06-368 3034
Te Pāriha o Te Whaea Tapu o Kāpiti – Our Lady of Kāpiti Parish
Fr Michael McCabe
10am, third Sunday of the month
Te Pāriha o Te Ngākau Tapu, Porirua
Te Ngākau Tapu is a non-geographical parish for Māori and open to all
Monsignor Gerard Burns
Ngā Pirihi Tautoko: Pā Pita Healy SM or Pā Piripi Cody SM (second Sunday of the month)
20 Kenepuru Drive, Porirua
04-496 1737 or 04-496 1755
Te Pāriha o Te Wairua Tapu – Holy Spirit Parish
Fr Marlon Maylon SVD
Every 3 months. December & January not included. Miha last celebrated on Sunday 23 October 2016.
2017 dates for Miha to be posted
Sacred Heart, 41 Britannia Street, Petone, Lower Hutt
Te Kāinga, 33 Mahora St, Kilbirnie, Wellington
Miha for Te Kāinga is celebrated at the Home of Compassion Chapel, Island Bay. Miha Māori resumes in February 2017.
Home of Compassion, 2 Rhine St, Island Bay, Wellington
Contact: Boy Thomson 021 023 48320
Te Pāriha o Te Whetū o Te Moana – Star of the Sea Marlborough Parish
Miha is celebrated by arrangement.
Miha Māori was last celebrated on Sunday, 15 January 2017 at Sacred Heart Church, Kaikōura by Pā Alan Roberts.
Sacred Heart, Grey’s Lane, Kaikōura