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.
Educator’s Guide to Catholic Identity and Vaughan Publishing launched in Melbourne
Educator’s Guide to Catholic Identity by Dr Paul Sharkey and its publisher, Vaughan Publishing were officially launched in Melbourne on Monday 20 July at a cocktail event, with a number of high-profile speakers.
Unprecedented Growth in Biblical Studies
Due to unprecedented growth, The Broken Bay Institute has appointed a new full-time lecturer in Biblical Studies, Dr Rachelle Gilmour. Biblical Studies is a vital and thriving faculty at the Institute.
An eConference that stimulated much debate
A survey of participants showed that the 11th National eConference Religion: Catalyst for Violence or Peace? Probing the Abrahamic Traditions for Answers stimulated much interfaith dialogue and brought together participants of various faiths.