Constructive theology

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Examine Christian beliefs and the ways we can articulate them in current contexts, often with reference to how they have been understood historically, and how they can make sense anew and in relation to one another. Constructive theology leads to a greater understanding of our humanity, a critical understanding of Christian faith and its implications for life in community and society, and to the development of skills in meaning-making and communication. Constructive theology is essential for persons considering or presently teaching in Catholic schools.

Career outcomes

Our theology graduates have pursued careers in:

  • chaplaincy
  • community work
  • religious ministry
  • community advocacy
  • youth ministry
  • teaching
  • social work
  • lecturing
  • pastoral work
  • research
  • lay ministry
  • writing and journalism

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