The institute hosts a wide range of events around Australia throughout the year.
BBI partners with the University of Newcastle to offer postgraduate Theology programs.
BBI offers non-academic short courses and professional development seminars.
There are six scholarships available for students wishing to study Theology through BBI-UoN.
The Broken Bay Institute and the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference provide communities across Australia and the world, with an opportunity to hear experts in their field.
The Broken Bay eConference asks the question: is Religion a Catalyst for Violence or Peace?
By Mike Bailey. Republished with the kind permission of Catholic Weekly, June 21, 2015. Answers to questions about cultivating peace in a world that associates religion with violence will be sought this week through a conference in Sydney...
Religious war mongering far from the whole story
The relationship between Judaism, Christianity, Islam and violence is the subject of much controversy and rightly so, given that the history of religious violence between the Abrahamic faiths extends back for centuries.
Breaking down stereotypes: Religious violence in the Abrahamic traditions
Can people of different religions coexist peacefully? How can we stop religious violence from happening? Professor Terry Lovat’s eConference presentation will look at ways that the Abrahamic traditions can learn from Convivencia.