Liturgy and sacraments

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About liturgy and sacraments

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

ACU Centre for Liturgy

Study liturgy and sacraments with the support and resources of ACU’s Centre for Liturgy. Officially endorsed by the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, the Centre offers formative education at every level – from training programs for parish ministers through to doctoral degrees for higher degree research students.

ACU Centre for Liturgy

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Choose ACU and you’ll be studying at an institution widely recognised as a leader; we’re one of the top Catholic universities worldwide. As a graduate from a national university, you can also take this prestige with you around Australia, wherever you end up.

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Postgraduate scholarship

Unlock your academic opportunity. The ACU Centre for Liturgy Postgraduate Scholarship offers a domestic ACU student studying a masters program in theology a tuition fee waiver for one unit of postgraduate study in liturgy or sacraments.

ACU Centre for Liturgy Postgraduate Scholarship

Specialised training

Focus your knowledge and skills in liturgy. Our Graduate Certificate in Theological Studies (Liturgy) provides specialised training for liturgists, religious educators, musicians, clergy, pastoral associates and others preparing and celebrating liturgy in parish, school, campus and chaplaincy settings.

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