Faculty 2017

Fr Soane 'Ahohako, Society of Mary, Tonga (SM), B.Th. (Divine Word University, PNG), S.T.L. (Alphonsianum University, Rome); lecturer in Moral Theology and Philosophy. (Term 1)


Mrs. Ana Bibi Dip Ed (CCTC Suva). Lecturer in English and Systematic Thinking


Mrs Ilisabeta Daulato, Dip Ed. (CCTC, Suva) Dip Rel. Stud. (EAPI, Manila); lecturer in English, Systematic Thinking & Methodology.


Fr Michael Fitzgerald, Society of Mary, New Zealand (SM), BA (USP), MA (University of St Thomas Aquinas, Rome), B. Phil. (Catholic University of Leuven); lecturer in Philosophy. (Term 2).


Fr Ioane Gukibau, Society of St Columban, B.D. (P.R.S) STL. (Gregorian University, Rome).


Fr James Kyaw-Hoe, Salesian of Don Bosco (SDB), B.A. (Don Bosco College NJ, USA), BTh Catholic Theological College, (Clayton), MA Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology (Berkley); MA Flinders University - Adelaide College of Divinity (South Australia)
Rev Dr Mark Kenney Society of Mary, USA B.A. (Iowa) M.A. (Washington), M.A. (Semitic Languages Washington) S.T.L. (CU Washington); S.T.D. (Angelicum, Rome) Lecturer in Biblical Studies


Rev Dr Donal McIlraith, Society of St Columban (SSC). BA (University of Dublin), LSS (Biblicum, Rome), STD (Gregorian University, Rome); lecturer in Biblical Studies, Hebrew and Greek.


Rev Dr. Michael O'Connor, Society of Mary (SM), B.Sc. (Hons) (University of Canterbury), CTS (Jesuit School of Theology, Berkley, CA), MA (Loyola, Chicago), Ed.D. (University of Toronto).


Fr. Donald Melteras, Diocese of Port Vila. B.D. (P.R.S.) S.T.B. (Urbaniana).


Rev Dr Peter Norris, Society of Mary (SM), (NZ) Dip. Graduates (Otago), Dip Teaching (Christchurch), B.A. (Theology, Otago), B.A. (History, Otago), M.A. (History, Notre Dame), Ph.D. (History, Notre Dame).


Rev Dr Mikaele Paunga, Society of Mary (SM), STL, STD (Gregorian University, Rome); lecturer in Systematic Theology and Anthropology.


 Fr. Liqorio Raulutegu, Archdiocese of Suva. B.D. (P.R.S.) S.T.B. (Urbaniana).


Sr Anne Rounds, Congregation of Mary, Fiji (Marist Sisters) Teacher’s Certificate (CCTC), Diploma in Guidance and Counselling (USP), B. Ed. (USP), Psy. L. (Psychology (Gregorian University, Rome); lecturer in Psychology.


Fr Aisake Silatolu, Society of Mary, Fiji (SM), B.D. (PRS) S.T.B. (Urbaniana) Ph. L. (Gregorian University Rome); lecturer in Philosophy.


 Fr Iona Tatau, Diocese of Tarawa & Nauru. B.D. (P.R.S.), J.C.L. in Canon Law (Urbaniana); lecturer in Canon Law. (Term One)
Fr Falani Terry, Society of Mary (SM). BA in English, History, Politics (USP); Ph.L. (Philosophy )(Gregorian University, Rome); lecturer in Philosophy.
Mrs Apolonia Tuiqamea, Dip Ed (CCTC, Suva) B.A. in Sociology & Public Administration (USP), Certificate in the Pacific Community for Pastoral Care and Counselling (Suva), Postgraduate Diploma in Social Policy and Administration (USP)


Fr Taukei'aho Tuli, Diocese of Tonga & Niue, B.D. (P.R.S.), STB (Urbaniana) S.T.M. (GTU, Berkley, California); lecturer in Moral Theology.


Fr Christopher Toutai, Diocese of Tonga & Niue B.D. (P.R.S.) S.T.B. (Urbaniana), S.S.L. (Biblicum, Rome) Lecturer in Scripture


Fr 'Okusitino Ulupano, Society of Mary, Tonga (SM), B.D. (P.R.S.), STB (Urbaniana), STL (University of Santo Tomas, Manila); lecturer in Pacific Church History and Theology.


Mrs Filomena Usa B.A. (USP) B.Ed. (USP) Lecturer in Biblical Studies


Fr Pesamino Victor, Archdiocese of Samoa-Apia, B.D. (P.R.S.) S.T.B. (Urbaniana). STL (Theology, Manila)


Fr Leronio Vodivodi, Society of Mary, Fiji (SM), B.D. (P.R.S.), STB (Urbaniana), M.S. (Loyola College, Columbia, MD); lecturer in Psychology and Pastoral Courses.

About Us

Pacific Regional Seminary has been offering training for the Roman Catholic priesthood for the various dioceses in the Pacific and for religious congregations with houses affiliated to the seminary since 1972.
During this year, 1973, we are celebrating our 40 years at the present site at Nasese, Suva Point. The celebration is centred on the last weekend of August, 23rd to 25th August with three day of presentations on the documents of Vatican II as they relate to seminary formation and to priestly life. All former students and faculty are invited to join in the celebration either by coming in person or joining in spirit from the different parts of the world. The same invitation is expressed to former staff members.
If you are coming, please notify us by email to prs40years@gmail.com , if possible by early July. [Alternatively by mail which can be sent to Private Mail Bag, 79, Suva, Fiji]