Te Kupenga is the home of three national agencies: the Catholic Theological College, responsible for providing approved tertiary qualifications; the National Centre for Religious Studies, responsible for supporting religious education in Catholic schools and adult faith formation; and the Nathaniel Centre for Bioethics, responsible for research and advocacy on bioethical issues.

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Recent News

Public Lecture

Sarah Hart, scripture lecturer at the College, is presenting for the Diocese of Auckland the next lecture in their Ecumenism Series – “Revisiting Ut Unum Sint after 25 Years”. This free lecture is on Tuesday 27 April 2021 at 7:00pm in the St Therese parish hall, 10 Wickman Way, Mangere East. All are welcome.

NCRS is seeking for RE Curriculum Developer (Years 1-4)-Fixed Term

RE Curriculum Resource Developer (Years 1 to 4 Specialist) – Fixed Term Maternity Leave position – June 2021 – June 2022 We are seeking an experienced, digitally and practically creative and theologically knowledgeable teacher to design, write and create quality educational resources to support a new RE Curriculum, particularly at junior primary school level. The successful applicant will be able to: […]

College new Dean

Te Kupenga Chief Executive Dr Areti Metuamate is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr John Evangelista as the first Dean of the new Catholic Theological College. Dr Evangelista is a leading healthcare executive with 25 years’ experience in senior management roles. He is an active Catholic and has had a strong involvement in the Church both locally and overseas. […]

Public Lecture – Ecumenism

Dr Rocio Figueroa of the College Staff is presenting a lecture on 23 Feb at 7pm as part of the Auckland Diocesan lecture series on Ecumenism.

Nathaniel Report 61

Recent Posts 2021: Issue 61 The Referendum Questions, Suicide & Ethical Issues with Vaccines

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