Two of the world’s leading theologians, Professor Massimo Faggioli and Professor Richard Lennan from the USA will be delivering a two-day, face-to-face seminar Leading Ecclesial Communities: Foundations, Challenges & Possibilities in Sydney (2-3 August), Brisbane (30-31 July) and Wagga Wagga (26-27 July). The seminar will be available for higher education and professional development purposes.
Professors Faggioli and Lennan are internationally acclaimed Church scholars and authors. They are recognised for their extraordinary academic expertise which collectively incorporates Church history, ecclesiology, Papacy and the Roman Curia, Vatican II and systematic theology.
The seminar will take a broad view of the theological and cultural landscape of Catholicism as it impacts leadership in the Church of today. What are the signs of the times for the Church leaders in the 21st century? How might leaders better understand contemporary Catholicism in the light of ecclesial history and Vatican II, existing Church structures and communities, and the many challenges to Catholic identity and mission that will continue to dominate or emerge in the Church’s future?
Professional Development Registration
The two-day event can be attended by those working in Catholic agencies, as a professional development seminar. If you wish to attend the seminar, simply register online. For enquiries about the Seminar, please contact Belinda Srour, Events Coordinator on
(02) 9847 0030 or E: email@example.com
Higher Education Registration
For postgraduate students, the seminar will be equivalent to half an academic unit (six sessions). The remaining six sessions of the unit will be filmed and completed online. If you wish to enrol in the unit as a higher education student, please contact Cheryl Martin, Registrar on Ph: (02) 9847 0540 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org or simply apply online.