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Lydia: Open-Hearted to Mission

Wednesday, 15 September, 7:00 pm8:30 pm AEST

$20

Paul’s arrival in Philippi and his encounter with Lydia mark a significant second movement to “the ends of the earth” (Acts 1:8). The focus here is particularly on his encounter with Lydia and the flourishing of this mission in a distinct and different place, with new opportunities for the development and growth of leadership and community. In particular, the session will concentrate on the insights of this narrative for the engagement with new frontiers in our present day.

Lecturer: Dr Rosemary Canavan

Bookings close: Monday 13 September at noon


Engaging Your Faith Event Series in Semester 2, 2021

Engaging Your Faith is a series of online short sessions offering an opportunity to explore your faith through a variety of topics including: Meditation and Compassion, The Bible as the Great War Story to End All War Stories, Can a Scientist Believe in God?

All topics are presented by lecturers of Catholic Theological College.

13 online sessions are available running from 21 August to 16 September 2021 – Choose one, choose all, choose what interests you for just $20 per session.

Accreditation

CTC has applied for the Engaging Your Faith online sessions to be approved for accreditation by MACS. This is for both gaining/maintaining hours towards teaching in a Catholic school and for maintaining hours towards Teaching RE and Leading in Catholic Schools.

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All sessions are to be booked directly through TryBooking.

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Queries and more information

For more information about each session, visit the Engaging Your Faith webpage

Contact Jude Caspersz for accreditation queries: jude.caspersz@ctc.edu.au

Contact Rose Sultana, Academic Records Office for further information: rose.sultana@ctc.edu.au

Engaging Your Faith (Full program of events)
Day Session Information
Saturday 21 August

2.00pm – 4.00pm

Lectio Divina: A Contemplative Way of Reading the Bible

Lecturer: Rev. Assoc. Prof. John Dupuche

Bookings close: Thursday 19 August at noon

Monday 23 August

7.00pm – 8.30pm

Mercy (ἐλεέω) in the Gospel According to Mark

Lecturer: Dr Rosemary Canavan

Bookings close: Friday 20 August at noon

Tuesday 24 August

3.00pm – 5.00pm

Christian Meditation in the Early Church of the 2nd and 8th Centuries

Lecturer: Dr Cullan Joyce

Bookings close: Friday 20 August at noon

Thursday 26 August

10.00am – 11.30am

Is Assisted Dea a Form of Palliative Care? A Philosophical Bioethical Response

Lecturer: Rev. Dr Hoa Dinh SJ

Bookings close: Tuesday 24 August at noon

Wednesday 1 September

7.00pm – 8.30pm

Can a Scientist Believe in God?

Lecturer: Dr Christopher Mulherin

Bookings close: Monday 30 August at noon

Thursday 2 September

7.30pm – 9.00pm

Physically Distant, Spiritually Close: How Saint Paul Kept in Touch Wi the Churches He Founded

Lecturer: Dr Catherine Playoust

Bookings close: Tuesday 31 August at noon

Saturday 4 September

2.00pm – 4.00pm

Interfai Relations: Enhancing Our Connection wi Other Faiths

Lecturer: Rev. Assoc. Prof. John Dupuche

Bookings close: Thursday 2 September at noon

Monday 6 September

7.30pm – 8.30pm

Who is Bernard Lonergan?

Lecturer: Rev. Dr Jake Mudge

Bookings close: Friday 3 September at noon

Wednesday 8 September

10.00am – 11.30am

Teresa of Avila for Today

Lecturer: Rev. Prof. Austin Cooper OMI AM

Bookings close: Monday 6 September at noon

Wednesday 8 September

7.00pm – 8.30pm

Meditation and Compassion

Lecturer: Dr Christopher Morris

Bookings close: Monday 6 September at noon

Tuesday 14 September

2.00pm – 4.00pm

The Bible as the Great War Story to End All War Stories

Lecturer: Rev. Assoc. Prof. Mark O’Brien OP

Bookings close: Friday 10 September at noon

Wednesday 15 September

7.00pm – 8.30pm

Lydia: Open-Hearted to Mission

Lecturer: Dr Rosemary Canavan

Bookings close: Monday 13 September at noon

Thursday 16 September

7.00pm – 9.00pm

Exploring a Theological Framework of Christian Spirituality for Today

Lecturer: Dr Rina Madden

Bookings close: Tuesday 14 September at noon

Details

Date:
Wednesday, 15 September
Time:
7:00 pm–8:30 pm AEST
Cost:
$20
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Organiser

Catholic Theological College
Website:
http://www.ctc.edu.au/

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