Nau mai haere mai
Nau mai haere mai
Kiko Mataele, Lui Lorenc-Lafou and Metua Tengaru share their experiences as students at TCI.
The Council and staff of The Catholic Institute of Aotearoa New Zealand – Te Pūtahi Katorika ki Aotearoa acknowledge with aroha and deep sorrow the passing of Dr Mark Richards -academic, teacher, governor and passionate advocate for Catholic tertiary education - on Christmas morning 2018.
Key to Mark’s impact in his various roles as teacher, governor, academic and pastoral leader was his integrity as a man of faith. Mark was faithful to the Christ he loved, the Gospel he proclaimed and the mission he served for the whole of his life. Read the full tribute
Dr Mark Richards shares his views on the meaning of Mass and why it matters, with a particular focus on young people.
Congratulations to Sarah McConnochie who recently graduated with her Diploma in Religious Studies: Religious Education Strand. Sarah, pictured with Bishop Steve Lowe, is a teacher at St Mary’s Catholic School, Gisborne.
TCI celebrates nine recent graduates at a ceremony in St Patrick's Basilica in South Dunedin on 7 February, pictured with the Chair of the TCI Council, Malcolm Farry.
Congratulations to Wellington, Palmerston North and Distance graduates!
We were delighted to welcome 23 new graduates to the TCI alumni in a simple and heartfelt ceremony at St Joseph's church in Mt Victoria, Tuesday 27 November. For more photos, click here
Lucy Paul, who graduated with a NZ Certificate in Christian Studies - Religious Education, reflected on her journey in her speech.
Pacific People say NO to End of Life Choice Bill. Please note that this rally has been postponed until further notice.
Invitation to a lecture Euthanasia in Canada - a cautionary tale by Dr Leonie Herx on 2 April at Victoria University Wellington.
iCare Campaign - 20 New Zealanders share their views on care, community and the End of Life Choice Bill.
Check out the defendnz campaign that was launched on 10 March 2019.
Engaged learners enjoying the first week of their Graduate Certificate in Leadership and Catholic Culture in Auckland, January 2019.