In the celebration of sacramental rituals and liturgy, the faith of the Church is expressed, nourished and strengthened. The liturgy specialisation explores how Catholic faith is enacted in our rites and sacraments, and you will learn how the faith life is expressed and nourished through liturgy and prayer.

Career opportunities

Our graduates have pursued careers as:

  • community workers
  • ministers of religion
  • community advocates
  • youth ministers
  • teachers
  • social workers
  • lecturers
  • pastoral associates
  • researchers
  • lay ministers
  • journalists or writers
  • hospital, school or prison chaplains
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Completion requirements

A specialisation consists of 80cp.

Complete exactly 80 credit points from the following:

  • THLS500Celebrating Feasts and Seasons10 CP
  • THLS501Foundations in Liturgy10 CP
  • THLS502Liturgical Music10 CP
  • THLS503Sacraments of Initiation10 CP
  • THLS504Directed Study in Liturgy10 CP
  • THLS601Eucharist10 CP
  • THLS602Liturgical History10 CP
  • THLS603Liturgy and Prayer in Pastoral Care10 CP
  • THLS604Liturgical Theology10 CP
  • THLS605Ritual Studies10 CP
  • THLS606Celebrating Liturgy Today: Exploring the Ritual Enactment of Faith10 CP
  • THLS620Special Study in Liturgy10 CP
  • THLS621Liturgy Project A10 CP
  • THLS622Liturgy Project B20 CP
  • THCT602Sacraments and Sacramentality10 CP
  • THCT608Theology of Marriage and Holy Orders10 CP

* Either THLS501 Foundations in Liturgy or THLS606 Celebrating Liturgy Today is a required foundation unit for this specialisation.

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