Robyn Reynolds OLSH has spent many years working and living with indigenous Australians in remote communities of the Northern Territory. After ten years as lecturer and Dean of Catholic students at Darwin’s Nungalinya College, Robyn came to YTU.
Robyn has also spent time in South Africa – and more recently in the Philippines and PNG – conducting workshops in Religion and Culture Studies.
Robyn is a member of the editorial board of the Australian Journal of Mission Studies.
Robyn teaches in the area of Missiology, Spirituality, and Religious Education; of special interest is her unit Social Teaching and Indigenous Peoples. (Robyn’s doctoral thesis was entitled Catholic sacrament engaging with Wadeye Ritual).
“Bound to be Free: Vowed Religious Life.”The Furrow 68, no. 5 (May 2017): 279-286.
“From Marginalization to leadership; Re-shaping a Theology and Praxis of mission.” Colloquium 49, no. 2 (November 2017): 24-35.