Australian Meditation Conference

Friday 20 to Sunday 22 July 2018 Venue: ACU, Melbourne   A platform for an interdisciplinary collaboration of like-minded people and organisations to share knowledge and advance understanding of meditation, mindfulness, contemplative and reflective practices that enhance our lives.   Presented by the Meditation Association of Australia (MA) this event is the first of its […]

Clergy status in an age of the Royal Commission

  The inaugural Robin Sharwood Lecture at Trinity College will address how the canon law understanding of the status of clergy and historical church processes for dealing with misconduct have interacted with the processes and goals of the civil law over the past millennium and today. The first Robin Sharwood Lecture will be delivered by […]

2018 ANZATS Conference | 1-4 July

  The Conference Planning Committee is pleased to invite all members of ANZATS, and the theological and wider academic community to submit the title of their proposed presentation at this conference. Proposals should be 250-300 words in length and include your full name, title, institution/s, location, email and postal address, and previous and current studies […]

Research and Practice

  A professional and research development opportunity at Stirling Theological College. Date and Time: Wednesday 14 February 9:00am-1:00pm (Concluding with lunch) Venue: Stirling Theological College 44-60 Jackson’s Road, Mulgrave Parking is plentiful onsite. Schedule: View the schedule and speaker’s bio. Cost: No charge. A simple lunch is provided for a small donation. Enquiries and RSVP: Alan […]

Symposium | A Baroque Bishop in Colonial Australia

  This international symposium examines the patronage of Melbourne’s first Catholic Bishop, James Goold and his contribution to the cultural life of colonial Melbourne, especially through his art collection, library and patronage of architecture. To be held at The University of Melbourne (Parkville) and the Cardinal Knox Centre, St Patrick’s Cathedral (East Melbourne), this international […]

Book Launch | Lost in Translation

  Jesuit College of Spirituality and Jesuit Theological College are pleased to invite you to the launch of the following work published by a member of the Faber community: Gerald O’Collins SJ AC With John Wilkins, OBE Lost in Translation: The English Language and the Catholic Mass To be launched by The Reverend Brendan Byrne […]

Faith and Society Lecture

SPEAKER Christo Lombaard, PhD, DD University of South Africa (Pretoria) In pre-democratic, pre-modern times, religion had been at the centre of much of human life, filling the private as well as the public realm. However, in major modern democracies, religion has mostly been sidelined from public life. Or has it? Religion is now often excluded […]

Colloquium: Meditation Today

Traditions in Conversation Leading experts in meditation from different traditions will gather at the University of Divinity to discuss the evolution of Meditation historically and its relevance today. The contributors are experts and practitioners of meditation. They are recognised as contributing to research and practice in several areas: historical studies in meditation, religious traditions of […]

Master of Counselling accredited by ACA and PACFA

  About the Master of Counselling The Master of Counselling is an award of the University of Divinity and delivered by Stirling Theological College. It is the second phase of a postgraduate professional counsellor training programme in partnership with the Australian Institute of Family Counselling (aifc). The Master of Counselling provides students with advanced professional […]

Jobs | Eva Burrows College

  Eva Burrows College is part of the worldwide Salvation Army that has been working with people for the last 150 years, to make a difference in our world. The Salvation Army colleges have been training its people for over a century for mission and ministry. The College brings the expertise and knowledge of frontline […]

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