Download your FREE copy of the 2021 Archdiocesan Directory

Archbishop Stephen Brislin has made the 2021 Archdiocesan Directory freely available to all! 

Instead of being printed, this edition has been made available for download as an interactive PDF. It has been adapted for use on a computer screen (as a double page spread) as well as on a cellphone (in single page portrait format). 

For your convenience, all website and email addresses will be interactive. While browsing through the directory on your computer, simply click – or on your cellphone, tap – the address you want to go to and it will launch the website you want to visit or open your default email program with the address already loaded.

A PDF reader is needed to open and read the file. Most smartphones and computers come pre-loaded with a reader, but should you not have one, it is freely available for download from The PDF reader has a “Find” function at the top of the page which makes searching easy. Simply type in a key word, e.g. “Directory” and it will take you to all instances of the word occurring in the document.

Save the file to a prominent place on your computer Desktop where it is easily accessible. To keep it in a dedicated place on your cellphone, simply download and install your favourite ebook reader from the Play Store (Android) or Apple App Store (iPhone) free of charge. These also have their own “Search” functions. 

We have endeavoured to ensure that the information in the directory is up to date, but should you find anything in need of correction please contact Stephen Docherty on the contact details below. Also, should you have any queries on navigating the document, please call on 021 462 2417, or email

We aim to publish this directory on a quarterly basis, which will be indicated in the name of the PDF file, e.g. archdiocesan directory 1 of 2021, and will be available for download from this website.

There are two files available for download, one adapted for a computer screen in “spread” or landscape format, and one adapted for a cellphone screen in portrait format. Choose the one – or both – to suit your needs.

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