Our short courses in theology offer you the opportunity to explore Christian faith and world religions without committing to a full degree. If you’re teaching religious education or working in a Catholic school, you’ll gain hours towards your professional development accreditation.

Short Course Information, Semester 1, 2020

Envisioning the Church of the Future: Themes of the Plenary Council

Venue: ACU Canberra, 223 Antill St, Watson, ACT 

Semester 1 Dates: 4, 11, 18 and 25 March (Wednesdays)

Envisioning the Church of the Future: Themes of the Plenary Council PDF (1.6MB)

Cost: $60 - attendance only, $100 - attendance with a certificate of accreditation.
Free for ACU Students and Staff

This Course provides 8 (eight) hours to maintain accreditation to teach Religious Education in Catholic Schools (Canberra and Goulburn)

Time: 6pm – 8pm (refreshments from 6pm, lecture commences at 6.30pm)

For group bookings of 3 people or more, please email us shortcourses.ftp@acu.edu.au.

Topics and speakers:

4 March
Topic: Humble, Healing and Merciful
Speaker: Archbishop Christopher Prowse (Archdiocese of Canberra)

11 March
Topic: Inclusive, Participatory and Synodal
Speaker: Rev. Assoc. Prof. Orm Rush (ACU)

18 March
Topic: Missionary and Evangelising
Speaker: Rev. Assoc. Prof. Jamie Calder. (ACU)

25 March
Topic: Open to Conversion, Renewal and Reform
Speaker: Ms Loretta Wholley (Principal, Merici College)

Semester 2 dates: 27 July and 3, 10 and 17 August (Mondays)

Further information and enquiries

For more information, please email shortcourses.ftp@acu.edu.au.

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