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YTU Research Seminar | In the light of the Royal Commission, what is Good Governance in the Church?

Thursday, 14 March, 12:30 pm2:00 pm AEDT

The Faculty of YTU are offering the following research seminars, all on Thursdays 12.30 – 2:00.

We begin at 12.30 with a BYO lunch and the paper begins at 1:00pm. These will be in the Study Centre Hall – the closest building to Bedford Street, Box Hill.

University of Divinity faculty and doctoral students are most welcome.

Parking is best via the Albion Rd entrance.

Upcoming Seminars

  • 14 March    Dr Rosie Joyce | In the light of the Royal Commission, what is Good Governance in the Church?
  • 11 April    Dr Mary Coloe | John 20. Who is Resurrected? Jesus? Disciples?
  • 9 May    Dr Mary Reaburn | The new interfaith guidelines for schools.
  • 15 August    Dr Michael Kelly | Identity and Mission in Catholic Schools
  • 19 September    Dr Cormac Nagle | “Beauty as a Formative Principle of Moral Living.”
  • 17 October    Dr Ross Fishburn | Ecclesiology in the current context.

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If you wish to attend please reply to YTU Admin (admin@ytu.edu.au)

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Thursday, 14 March
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12:30 pm–2:00 pm
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Yarra Theological Union

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Yarra Theological Union
98 Albion Road
Box Hill, Victoria Australia
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