1st Semester 2018

  MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
9.30am CT9012Y

The Christian Doctrine of God: The Holy Trinity CMost

DL9010Y

Liturgy: Presiding and Participating in Community Celebrations PM

DC9011Y

Canon Law A RJ

CT/CH 9511Y

Martyrs, Minds and Mystics: The Birth of Christian Thought CP

BA9017Y The Twelve Prophets MO’B DM9016Y Liberating Mission: When Gospel meets Culture RR
1.30pm NN1000Y Non-credit unit 1:30 pm-3:00 pm, nine weeks, Introduction to Tertiary Studies in Theology    MAK
MONDAY  TUESDAY  WEDNESDAY  THURSDAY
6.00pm BN8000Y

Entering the World of the New Testament GBourke

DT8000Y

Introduction to Moral Theology: The God I believe in is the God to whom I respond PM

CH8001Y

A Survey of Early and Medieval Church History MB

CT9017Y

Jesus: Name of Our Salvation MB

CH/DT 9230Y

Catholic Social Thought in Australia and Overseas BD

AL8011Y

New Testament Greek A MC

AL8031Y

Theological German A JH

BN9012Y

Matthew  CMon

    DS/CH 9215Y

From Perpetua to Dorothy Day: Women’s Spiritual Experience from the Early Church to today CP

BA9020Y

Jewish Apocalyptic Literature AG

CH9011Y

Foundations of Australian Catholicism GP

CT9016Y

In Search Of A Humbler Church RF

NR1005Y Non-credit unit

Reading the Christian Classics VI   LN

Intensive

DP1001Y DP8001Y Foundations for Pastoral Practice DL 9:00am-4:00pm Friday and Saturday: 2 and 3 March; 13 and 14 April; 11 and 12 May

DP/DS2010Y DP/DS9010Y Faith, Religion and Spirituality in Contemporary Society RMP 9:00am-4:00pm Saturday and Sunday: 24 and 25 February; 24 and 25 March; Sat 28 April; and Sat 19 May

DR9663Y Leadership for Mission in a Catholic School (MEdTheol) MAK St Francis Xavier College, Beaconsfield, 9:00am-4:00pm Thursday and Friday: 8 and 9 March; 3 and 4 May; and two days online

2nd Semester 2018

  MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
9.30 BA9018Y

Justice Mercy and Theodicy in the Old Testament MO’B

DS8000Y

Foundations for Christian Spirituality RR

DC9012Y

Canon Law B RJ

BA9012Y

Wisdom Literature MR

DM/CT8330Y

Introduction to the Theology of Mission JK

CT9019Y

Human Person: Community and World, Eight weeks and two Saturdays MM

DM9014Y

Inter-Religious Dialogue in a Multi-Religious Society JK

BN9010Y

The Corinthian Correspondence CMon

   MONDAY  TUESDAY  WEDNESDAY  THURSDAY
6.00pm BA8000Y Entering the World of the Old Testament: Survey & Method JH DL/DP/DS8430Y Doing and Living the Church’s Liturgy PM CH9002Y A Survey of Early Modern and Modern Church History MB CT8003Y

Beginning with Jesus RF

DT9016Y

Equity and Sustainability BD

AL8012Y

New Testament Greek B

CMon

AL8032Y

Theological German B

JH

CT/DR9310Y

Signs and Gifts of God: Sacraments of Life and the Church GBrown

BN9018Y

The Gospel of Mark GBourke

 

XS9991Y A Faith to Live By CP CH/DS9212Y Art History and Spirituality in Western Europe CR CH9010Y Reformation Histories and Theologies MB
DT9012Y   Justice and Human Rights    BT DP9005Y Trauma BR DT9011Y Major Issues in Contemporary Moral Theology BT

Intensive

BS9662Y Interpreting Biblical Texts (MEdTheol) MC St Francis Xavier College, Beaconsfield, 9:00am-4:00pm Thursday and Friday: 23 and 24 August; 20 and 21 September; and two days online

CT3019Y/ CT9019Y Human Person: Community and World MM Eight weeks commencing Tuesday 31 July; and two Saturdays 9:00am-4:00pm, 11 August and 8 September

DM2/3015Y/ DM9015Y Recent Approaches to Mission JK 9:30am-12:30pm Friday and Saturday: 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, 31 August; and 1, 7 and 8 September

DP3006Y/ DP9006Y Professional Issues in Pastoral Ministry DL 9:00am-4:00pm Friday and Saturday: 3 and 4 August; 31 August and 1 September; 12 and 13 October