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24 November 2017
BBI-AICD Breakfast Briefing examines Challenges, Culture and Change in the Not-for-Profit Sector Leaders of religious congregations and board directors from across the Catholic education and health sectors have come together for a breakfast briefing in Sydney to examine some of the key governance challenges facing the Not-for-Profit sector.
10 November 2017
Emeritus Professor Terence Lovat named UON Supervisor of the Year In recognition of his decades of service to postgraduate students, the Chair of BBI-TAITE's Academic Board, Director and Faculty member, Emeritus Professor Terence Lovat has been named Supervisor of the Year at the University of Newcastle.
6 November 2017
BBI hosts National Catholic Mission & Identity Symposium Catholic educational leaders in Sydney and Brisbane have benefited from a professional symposium which explored one of the key challenges facing Catholic education today- that of promoting the mission and identity of the Catholic school.
13 September 2017
Together for Humanity BBI Faculty Member, Dr Catherine Thom RSJ writes about her involvement in a recent Intercultural Understanding Workshop with Muslim students at a Sydney high school.
8 September 2017
The Journey to 2020: Opening the Conversation to the Plenary Council Bishops, leaders of religious congregations and Catholic lay leaders from across Australia have come together in Sydney for the first of a series of consultation seminars in the lead up the historic Plenary Council in 2020.
31 August 2017
Massimo Faggioli appointed new Conjoint Professor at BBI BBI-The Australian Institute of Theological Education is proud to announce the appointment of the internationally recognised expert on Vatican II and the leadership of Pope Francis, Massimo Faggioli as a Conjoint Professor.
10 August 2017
BBI's eConference reflects on the hope of Pope Francis in times of chaos Communities across Australia and as far away as Peru, Mexico and Japan have engaged in an interactive discussion about the unique leadership style of Pope Francis at BBI's 13th National eConference.
4 August 2017
Connecting theology to everyday life BBI’s Academic Dean, Professor Anthony Maher has urged a group of talented BBI graduates to continue drawing upon what they have learned through their theological studies, connecting it to their everyday work in Catholic education.
2 August 2017
BBI hosts Inaugural National Religious Education Symposium BBI’s first ever National Religious Education Symposium has attracted overwhelming interest from leaders in Catholic education, not only from across Australia, but internationally as well, ensuring it will become an annual event.
2 August 2017
New ties forged with South Africa through National Religious Education Symposium A nationally respected leader in Catholic education in South Africa says he is looking forward to bringing fresh insights into curriculum planning in his home country as a result of his participation in the National Religious Education Symposium in Sydney
25 July 2017
BBI hosts Leading for Mission & Catholic Identity Seminar Leaders from the Catholic education and health sector from across Australia have participated in a highly successful seminar on 21 and 22 July in Sydney on the topic Leading for Mission and Catholic Identity: Insights from Vatican II.
10 July 2017
Bishop Robert McGuckin appointed new BBI Director Internationally respected canon law expert, the Bishop of Toowoomba, Most Reverend Robert McGuckin says he is looking forward to working more closely with BBI – The Australian Institute of Theological Education as a newly-appointed Director.
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