Good Shepherd College is open to all students, resident in New Zealand, who wish to study theology (and its related disciplines) in the Catholic tradition.
Posted by gsc_admin on February 15th, 2017
Friday 17 February, 10am – Lecture Room 1, Good Shepherd College, 20 Ponsonby Road.
You are warmly invited to take a seat in Lecture Room 1 by 10am to be welcomed by Sr Carmel Walsh, Assistant Dean. She will then make a brief presentation that includes introducing the staff and fellow students.
Expected to conclude before midday – making time for light refreshments and lively conversation in the foyer.
For distance students an online orientation will be posted in the afternoon on Moodle.
Posted by gsc_admin on February 13th, 2017
Father Costello in Vietnam
As part of my sabbatical research, I spent several weeks in the Diocese of Vinh in northern Vietnam during January 2017. The earliest evangelizers here were Portuguese and then French missionaries in the 17th century. The Church here today is very vibrant in its faith, is blessed with many vocations to the priesthood and the consecrated life, with an active and decisive participation of Catholic lay leaders. Many of the Vietnamese students at Good Shepherd College come from this area. I was able to visit some of their families, and Trung Van Nguyen was an excellent guide during my visit. I also met with many ex-students of the Gregorian University now working in the diocese, and gave some talks at the seminary and at a theological institute for the religious sisters. This experience gave me a new and very helpful understanding of the cultural and faith background that has shaped and formed our students who come from Vietnam.
Posted by Merv Duffy on September 6th, 2016
A publishing house is pulping the unsold works and offering a refund on three popular volumes of scripture commentary after the author has admitted to clear-cut plagiarism.
In a statement released through the publisher, Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., and reported on the Anglican Ink website, Dr Peter T. O’Brien says “In the New Testament commentaries that I have written, although I have never deliberately misused the work of others, nevertheless I now see that my work processes at times have been faulty and have generated clear-cut, but unintentional, plagiarism. For this I apologize without reservation.”
Good Shepherd College has the three volumes concerned in its library.
Posted by gsc_admin on May 12th, 2015
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