24th Sep 2018 9:00am - 28th Sep 2018 5:00pm
The Centre for Ecumenical Studies (within Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, CSU) will present “Looking Beyond Division,” a five-day intensive introduction to ecumenism to be held at the Australian Catholic University in Brisbane. For all enquiries: Contact phone no. 02 6272 6201 Email: CLedger@csu.edu.auRegister via ACC&C website.....
Commencing 25th Sep 2018 7:30pm-9:00pm
The Public and Contextual Theology Research Centre is hosting a lecture with Professor Lisa Sideris on the above topic on the 25th of September. Event details and registration form at the bottom of this page. This event is free but please register to help us anticipate event numbers. Abstract In...
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17 Sep 2018
PaCT Director Professor Stephen Pickard has commended Faith and the Political In the Post-Secular Age, edited by Anthony Maher, to a Canberra audience at a book launch for that work, along with The Forgotten Jesuit of Catholic Modernism.Faith and the.
11 Sep 2018
PaCT Fellow Dr Christine Bryden’s book on living with dementia has recently been published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers.As Dr Bryden notes in the Acknowledgements of the book, Will I still be me? Finding a Continuing Sense of Self in the.
03 Sep 2018
Charles Sturt University School of Theology PhD student Felicity McCallum presented a paper at the annual conference of the Colloquium on Violence and Religion, held at Regis University in Denver, Colorado in mid-July. Ms McCallum’s presentation was on the topic.
20 Aug 2018
PaCT Fellow Dr Bernard Doherty was recently interviewed by The Project about the Order of St Charbel.The Project was doing a story on Claire Ashman’s experience at the community which is outside Wollongong and set up by William Kamm.Mrs Ashman.
20 Aug 2018
PaCT Fellow Professor Bruce Kaye’s book The Rise and Fall of the English Christendom: Theocracy, Christology, Order and Power has recently been published by Routledge.The book was launched by the Anglican Primate of Australia Philip Freier at a Queensland clergy.