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Monday: Mass with Morning Prayer 



Divine Mercy Devotions after Mass

Tuesday 6:00pm


Divine Mercy Devotions after Mass

Thursday 6:00pm





First Friday


Divine Mercy Devotions after 10.00 am Mass

10.00 am &  6 pm


RosaryBefore Mass 8:40am
Saturday Vigil Mass5:00pm


10:30am &

5 pm

Marian Devotions on First Saturday9:30am
Exposition of the Blessed SacramentFriday 9:00am - 9:55am


After evening Mass on Tuesdays and Morning mass onSaturdays


Monthly Dedication

January = Travellers
February = Sick People
March = Infants/children
April = Priests/religious
May = Mothers
June = Married Couples
July = Grandparents/Young ones/Senior Citizens
August = Youth
September = Fathers
October = Nature/Ecology
November = Faithful Departed
December = Family

 Welcome Minimize

Welcome to the multicultural Catholic parish of Our Lady of Lourdes

Glen Eden, Auckland, New Zealand! 

Founded in 1958, we are a vibrant, thriving and diverse parish.

This website provides one public face of our parish, and contains, most importantly, contact information,  a mass schedule and parish news letter.

Parish Priest – Fr Mario Dorado,   OFM Cap

  Assistant Priest – Fr Valerian D’Souza,  OFM     Cap
 Priest in Residence – Fr Matthew Clerkin, OFM   Cap  
Deacon:  Robert Mitchell
A Prayer for the Married couples
Lord Jesus, 
we thank you for the joy of all married couples
Through all the years of their life
you have watched over them
to bring them together in holy Christian marriage.
Now Lord, bless them,
for they are united in love of you and of each other.
Redeemed by your Precious Blood 
and strengthened by your grace, 
may they live in kindness and fidelity,
in unfailing trust and love 
so that their whole life may be pleasing to you.

Mary, who with Joseph 
made a happy home at Nazareth for Jesus,
take these dear friends into your motherly care.
You who showed concern for a newly married couple at Cana,
help and guide all these childern of you
May their union on earth lead to that eternal union
in which all the blessed will be joined together,
praising the Redeeming Blood of Jesus, the Lord.


Following Christ

The Greeks used to tell how Xenophon first met Socrates. Socrates met him in a narrow lane and barred his path with his walking stick. First of all, Socrates asked him if he knew where he could buy this or that, and if he knew where this and that were made. Xenophon gave the desired information. Then Socrates asked him, “Do you know where men are made good and virtuous?”

“No,” said the young Xenophon.

“Then,” said Socrates, “follow me and learn!”

How akin to Jesus’ “Come, follow me.”

William Barclay

Updated 18 June 2016


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