The Nathaniel Report
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Statement from the National Office of Professional Standards (NOPS) “The National Office of Professional Standards (NOPS) is currently doing a review of the Safeguarding Course with the intention of producing an updated version of the course to be made available no earlier than June 2023. NOPS has partnered with the Te Kupenga – Catholic Theological College in delivering the course […]
Video is now available to watch. Are the arts a place we can go to learn about God? Join Dr Christopher Longhurst, author of Pictorial Art for Interreligious Dialogue. A handbook for teaching and learning Interreligious dialogue through pictorial art, 2021 as he explores pictorial art and how they can have an emotive and intellective God-centeredness, not only when the […]
If you missed the event, you can watch the recorded session here. When at the cinema how do we experience a film and its content, especially as persons of faith? Rev Dr Kevin Waldie sm reflects on Ecclesiastes 1:9 (“there is nothing new under the sun”). He has found it a seminal pearl of wisdom while viewing many silver screen […]
If you missed the live session, you can view the recorded session here. Will many be saved? Answers to this question range from ‘just a few holy souls’ to ‘every man and his dog’. But how did Jesus respond to this question, and what does that mean for us as we seek to bring the Good News to the world? […]
If you missed the event, recording is now available to watch. Come and join us online as Dr Therese Lautua talks about the significance of Christianity for the spiritual and mental wellbeing of young Christian, multi-ethnic Pacific women. She will take us through the different images of God and how these impact mental wellbeing. This will be on Thursday 31 […]
The NZQA External Evaluation and Review (2021) of Te Kupenga – Catholic Theological College has rated our institute Category 1. This is the highest rating and means NZQA is Highly Confident in the educational performance of CTC. NZQA regularly evaluates all tertiary education providers and in 2021 it was the turn of Te Kupenga Catholic Theological College – its […]