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Suzanne Aubert died on the 1st October 1926. The news of her death made headlines. She was one of the greatest women in public effort and loving-sacrifice New Zealand has known. Suzanne Aubert wrote “Can we hope to be near God at the time of death, if, during life, we have kept at a distance from Him?” (Directory 6, page 322)

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Latest News

  • Venerable Suzanne Aubert Celebration Day Oct 1stSeptember 28, 2017
    This Sunday will be Venerable Suzanne... read more
  • National day of celebration marks Venerable Suzanne Aubert’s progress to sainthoodJuly 13, 2017
    The Sisters of Compassion and the... read more
  • Pope Francis asked to support Cause of Venerable SuzanneJuly 11, 2017
    While visiting Rome last month the... read more
  • Another Church develops display.July 11, 2017
    The number of parishes around the... read more
  • Decree recognising heroic virtues of Venerable Suzanne Aubert presentedJuly 11, 2017
    At the conclusion of a Mass... read more
  • St Vincent de Paul President places Icon of SuzanneMarch 29, 2017
    The President General of the Society... read more
  • Venerable Suzanne Aubert moved to new resting placeFebruary 20, 2017
    Wednesday the 25 January was a... read more
  • Suzanne Aubert declared ‘venerable’December 9, 2016
    Suzanne Aubert, the founder of the... read more
  • Inaugural Celebration Day a big successDecember 9, 2016
    Our first nationwide Suzanne Aubert Celebration... read more

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