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SWO’s Provide Pastoral Care

Sea Sunday 10th July 2022 Tim is a paid ship visitor at Centreport Wellington, John was a retiree who does the same role in Port Tauranga – New Zealand’s Mega-Port, Kheng is a mature chaplain at Ports of Auckland. Under the new government-funded scheme to control our borders during the pandemic they all take shopping […]

Sea Sunday – 11 July

In March, we all heard the news that a huge container vessel was stuck in the Suez Canal for a week. It was high drama with extensive media coverage because the MV Ever Given blocked a vital shipping route. Not far away was another ship, abandoned for the past four years, on which Mohammed Aisha […]

Sunday 14 July

FIFTEENTH WEEK ORDINARY TIMESea Sunday Deuteronomy 30:10-14; Psalm 69; Colossians 1:15-20; Luke 10:25-37 Being a good neightbour The Good Samaritan is a story engraved upon our hearts for he is the one ‘moved with pity’ for his neighbour in need. Every day we have the same opportunity to be a good neighbour to others, to […]

Right here in our oceans and por

What would you do to support the family of the Filipino seafarer who was killed by an exploding gas cylinder on a cruise ship at Port Chalmers during the last cruise season? The National Secretary of the Apostleship of the Sea, Rose Celeste, being a Filipina, negotiated with Father John Mission, the port chaplain in […]