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Latest Networking Document

  Vol 27/14: 16 - 23 May 2016
featuring:
The Next Two Weeks at Cedara
Exchange Programme
Seminar in SD
Prayer Request
The Arrests at St. Joseph's: 30 Years Ago
The Birth of the New Student Association at SJTI: (IDF)
My Unborn Child
Editorial Team
Important Contacts

Other Notices and Talks

Homily 3 May 2016 - Sr. Sue Rakoczy

St. Josephs Theological Institute: 25 Years - OMI World Website

Penitential Service Homily 27 October 2015 - Fr. Luigi Morell M.Afr.

Tuesday Liturgy 25 August 2015 - Fr. Gideon Sibanda, CMM

The Year of Consecrated Life: Homily by Bishop Barry Wood OMI at St Joseph’s Cathedral, Mariannhill on 10/08/2015

Statement on Xenophobia

Calendar

2016 Calendar (draft)

Homily notes - Allan Moss OMI

13th Sunday of the Year (C) - 26 June 2016

homily notes archive

Protocol Regarding Misconduct Allegations

Protocol with respect to Allegations of Misconduct

St. Joseph 's Theological Institute has been registered with the South African Department of Higher Education and Training as a private higher education institution under the Higher Education Act, 1977 (Act No 101 of 1977). Our registration number is 2003/HE08/003.

The Institute is home to more than 200 students and 40 staff members, comprising a mosaic of different cultures from more than 20 African countries, with frequent representation from Asia, Europe, South and North America. Apart from the cultural richness of our members, we are also blessed with the rich diversity of charisms with most students coming from more than 20 male and female religious congregations within the Catholic Church. read more ...

                   

POST-GRADUATE DEGREES IN
CATHOLIC THEOLOGY
AND
CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY

AT UKZN

Honours, Masters and PhD Degrees are offered by the School of
Religion, Philosophy and Classics of the University of KwaZulu Natal.

Paul Decock OMI, ThD and Sue Rakoczy IHM, PhD (as Honorary Professors) and
Stuart Bate OMI, ThD and Vincent Reig-Bellver MCCJ, ThD (as Honorary
Lecturers) from St. Joseph's Theological Institute NPC are engaged by UKZN to
supervise these programmes.

For more information contact:
SRPC Higher Degrees Administrator
Catherine Murugan (muruganc@ukzn.ac.za)

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

Postal Address: Private Bag 6004, Hilton, 3245
Physical Address: District Road D546, Cedara, Umngeni Municipality
Tel: 087 353 8940 • Fax: 086 588 3322

 

 
Registered with the Department of Higher Education & Training as a Private Higher Education Institution under the
Higher Education Act, 1997. Registration Certificate No. 2003/HE08/003.