Applications for the Graduate Certificate in Theology can be made directly through the University of Newcastle's GradSchool.

 

If you are interested in studying a Master's program, please contact Cheryl Martin, Student Services Manager, on 02 9847 0540 or cmartin@bbi.catholic.edu.au.

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BBI partners with Australian Universities to offer concurrent degrees to undergraduate Teaching/Education students.

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Degrees Designed for Teachers and Leaders

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BBI Adult Faith EducationThe 2015 eConference will be held on Tuesday 23 June. 'Religion: catalyst for violence or peace? Probing the Abrahamic traditions for answers' will explore the potential for the three Abrahamic traditions - Christianity, Judaism and Islam - to cultivate peace in a world that associates religion with violence.

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Bishop_videoBishop David Walker introduces Adult Faith Online

AFO is an online study program and a resource for spiritual enrichment and faith renewal. Watch the video to find out more.

 

Catholic Correspondence Courses are assist participants to reflect on the relevant issues of Christian life today.

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Vatican II-The Big Council_BBI_Fr Steven bevans

Vatican II: The Big Council seminar was presented by Fr Stephen Bevans SVD and is now available on DVD. Click above to preview the DVD, hear the interview on ABC Radio and download the order form.

 

Vaughan Publishing is a joint imprint of The Broken Bay Institute and Garratt Publishing.


Explorers, Guides and Meaning-Makers (Vol 1) by Professor Therese D’Orsa and Dr James D’Orsa

 

Catholic Curriculum: A Mission to the Heart of Young People (Vol 2) by Professor Therese D’Orsa and Dr James D’Orsa 

 

Leading for Mission Integrating Life, Culture and Faith in Catholic Education (Vol 3) by Professor Therese D’Orsa and Dr James D'Orsa.

 

 

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