2018 short courses in Strathfield:
The Faculty of Theology and Philosophy is delighted to announce its first round of short courses in Sydney in 2018.
From childhood to youth
- What does it mean to be a child or youth?
- How does the church understand children and youth?
- Why are children baptised and initiated?
- How can the church engage young people?
|Date||Topic and speaker|
|Why do we baptise infants? Exploring infant faith and personhood in Baptism.|
Professor Clare Johnson
Professor of Liturgical Studies and Sacramental Theology and Director, ACU Centre for Liturgy, Australian Catholic University
|The theology of childhood|
Rev Dr James McEvoy
Senior lecturer, Systematic Theology, Australian Catholic University
|Effective youth ministry today|
Fr Chris Ryan MGL
Rector of the MGL Seminary Melbourne and has been involved in different styles of youth ministry, culminating in coordinating the Australasian Journey of the World Youth Day Cross and Icon in 2007-08 in the lead-up to World Youth Day 08.
|Discerning the church’s mission to youth today|
Associate Professor Rev Jamie Calder SJ
Academic Coordinator, Catholic Programs, Australian Catholic University
|6pm - 8pm (refreshments provided from 6pm)|
Australian Catholic University|
25A Barker Road, Strathfield NSW
|Attendance, including a Certificate of Attendance||$100.00|
|Current ACU staff and students (not requiring a Certificate of Attendance for accreditation purposes)||Free|
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This short course is approved for 6 hours towards maintaining accreditation for categories, A, B, C, D and E in Sydney Catholic Schools (each session is equivalent to 1.5 hours).
Page last updated: 2018-02-13
Short url: http://www.acu.edu.au/720188