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Go to our new Website

As a consequence of the merger with The Catholic Institute of Aotearoa New Zealand we have a new website, which replaces this one. For the latest information go to ctc.ac.nz

Public Lecture

Ordination 22 August

May I ask you to kindly post this invitation on GSC Website too? Thank you very much. Tang PHAN. 

Public Lecture – 9 July

Discussion of Eucharist in Lockdown

Return to On-Campus Classes

Face to Face classes are resuming on Monday 18th May, the start of Week 10. They will continue for these last three weeks of the semester. Students do not have to come face-to-face. They may continue in distance mode. All students and staff should have received an email to this effect today, Monday 11th May […]

Enrolments for Semester Two 2020 opened on April 28th

 Enrolments for Semester Two 2020 have opened on April 28th 2020 and will close on May 22nd 2020. Returning students click on first item  of Moodle’s first page.  List of courses available for Semester Two 2020 can be seen on webpage under ‘Papers for BTh and Grad Dip Th’. Click here for information about Papers […]

COVID -19 CORONAVIRUS

CURRENT SITUATION PLEASE NOTE: ALL PAPERS WILL CONTINUE USING DISTANCE MODE (Moodle and Zoom) AND ALL STUDENTS, USUALLY ON CAMPUS WILL BE EXPECTED TO FULFILL THE REQUIREMENTS SET DOWN FOR DISTANCE STUDENTS FOR THE WEEKS THE COLLEGE IS CLOSED. IF A PAPER DOES NOT CURRENTLY HAVE A DISTANT MODE, LECTURERS WILL POST READINGS AND WORK […]

Dr Areti Metuamate to lead new Te Kupenga-Catholic Leadership Institute

Educational leader Dr Aereti Metuamate has been appointed as the inaugural Chief Executive of Te Kupenga – Catholic Leadership Institute Dr Metuamate is of the Ngati Kauwhata, Ngati Raukawa ki te Tonga, Ngati Haua and Cook Islands descent. H was raised in Fielding where he attended Hato Paora College. He graduated from Victoria University and […]

New Book Published by John Owens

 RORTY, RELIGION AND METAPHYSICS New publication – September 2019 by John Owens In Rorty, Religion, and Metaphysics, John Owens offers a superb engagement with Richard Rorty’s thought that patiently considers the challenges that Rorty offers to religion, ethics, and metaphysics. Far from drawing any easy conclusions, Owens invites readers to interrogate their own assumptions. This […]