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12 April 2017
Easter: A Time for Reflection on our Relationship with God Easter encourages us to think about our relationship with God BBI's Academic Dean, Professor Anthony Maher reflects upon its deeper spiritual significance.
3 April 2017
Meeting the challenges of teaching in a regional diocese Participants at the BBI-TAITE National Symposium on Religious Education in July will benefit from unique insights gained by two experienced curriculum policy planners who will deliver a workshop presentation on teaching RE in rural and remote dioceses.
24 March 2017
Promoting a Culture of Inclusion-The Jean Vanier Symposium BBI has hosted a Symposium in Sydney, bringing together Australian and international theologians to reflect upon the work of the Founder of L'Arche, the Canadian Catholic philosopher and theologian, Jean Vanier.
22 March 2017
Going Digital in the Religious Education Classroom Two outstanding RE specialists will be presenting a special workshop on digital technology in the classroom at BBI’s forthcoming National Symposium on Religious Education in Sydney.
23 February 2017
Flechtheim Scholarship winner describes the profound impact of the grant on her life The Flechtheim Scholarship was named in honour of Julius Flechtheim, a Jewish law professor who lectured in Germany and was killed by the Nazis during the Second World War over his outspoken criticism of fascism.
8 November 2016
The Australian Institute of Company Directors Breakfast Briefing The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) 2016 NFP Governance and Performance Study was the subject of this week’s Breakfast Briefing, held at the AICD Head Office, Sydney, in partnership with BBI – The Australian Institute of Company Directors
7 November 2016
Bridges: October 2016 eNewsletter from the Centre for Christian-Muslim Relations. This issue addresses misconception in the public sphere, the Year of Mercy and religious unity.
30 September 2016
Master of Theology graduate, Michael O'Brien Using his knowledge to dispel myths in the classroom, Michael O'Brien says his Master of Theology degree gives him confidence that his teachings are in line with modern theology.
27 September 2016
Finding compassion through the lens of Mercy Archbishop Mark Coleridge, speaking at Australia’s largest Catholic eConference on September 20, said the time of Christendom is over, and the Catholic Church must recognise its real credential is in Mercy.
20 September 2016
Higher Education vision grown from humble beginnings - BBI awarded new status as Higher Education Provider BBI is proud to announce that on 1 September 2016, it was accredited as a Higher Education Provider (HEP) by the Tertiary Education Quality Standards Agency (TEQSA) – Australia's independent national regulator of the higher education sector.
9 August 2016
Conscience is at the heart of organisational ethics Sound organisational judgement lies within the moral compass of every individual argues BBI’s Dean of Studies, Dr Dan Fleming, in his latest publication on ethics for Catholic Heath Australia’s Code of Ethical Standards Supplementary Papers.
22 July 2016
The Web connecting us all to Mercy With Pope Francis drawing crowds all over the world under his vision of Mercy, there is little wonder this year’s eConference hosted by BBI, in partnership with the ACBC, is drawing interest across the Asia-Pacific region.
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