Colin Library

 John Henry Newman (21 February 1801 – 11 August 1890) was a Roman Catholic theologian, philosopher and cardinal who converted to Roman Catholicism from Anglicanism in October 1845. Pope Francis  intends to canonise Newman on 13 October.  (Wikipedia)

Opening hours:  8:30-16:30, contact the library if coming outside those times.

The Colin Library serves the needs of students of the College, TCI and a wider network within Aotearoa / New Zealand.

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How do I become a member?

Students, both onsite and distance, become members automatically for as long as they are studying.  Those seeking a subscription membership should call +64 9 361 1053 (press 3 for Library immediately) or send an email to library@gsc.ac.nz.

What do I get?

Being the oldest established Catholic Library in New Zealand, the historical depth of collections is a particular feature.  The Library has historical and current collection strengths in Catholic theology, canon law, spirituality, philosophy and Biblical studies.  There is a full range of ebooks and periodicals in these subject areas.

How do I discover these resources?

The online catalogue is searchable by anyone using a range of devices. Access to ebooks requires a member login – ebooks are also searchable from the e-resources link.
Getting help:  contact the Librarian with any questions you may have.