Dr Cooper's Lastest Book
Dr Adam Cooper just published his latest book titled "Holy Eros - A Liturgical Theology of the Body". To know more about the book please click here.
Dr Cooper Publishes Article on Remarriage and Communion
Published earlier in July on the Catholic World Report website, Dr Adam Cooper wrote an article titled "Kasper and the Church Fathers". To read the article please click here.
We have cancelled the Melbourne semester 2 intensive JP502 Phil Foundations of Bioethics. To see new timetable please click here.
Professor Tracey Rowland invited to speak at Evangelii Gaudium Event in Rome.
Professor Rowland will deliver a paper at the Evangelii Gaudium
conference to be held in Rome from September 18-20. For details of the event please click here.
Bioethics Subject Offered in Queensland
From August 22nd at the Queensland Bioethics Centre in Brisbane the “The Beginning of Life Ethics” will be offered. In this subject contemporary controversies surrounding the beginning of human life will be discussed.
Cradio Interview with Dr Cooper
In an interview with Cradio, Dr Adam Cooper, explains how Theology of the Body is such popular teaching, as well as being embedded in the Gospels, explored over the centuries and echoed in the catechises of St John Paul II.Dr Sweeney Gives Talk in Hobart
Please click here to hear Dr Adam’s interview.
Dr Cooper will also be teaching a unit on Theology of the Body as part of the Institute’s two-week winter intensives. For more information or to register, please contact Owen Vyner at email@example.com. All are most welcome.
"Before faith can be an idea, before it can be an encounter, it must be a practice." Dr Conor Sweeney
Late in May, an appreciative group at the Christopher Dawson Centre for Cultural Studies, Hobart, listened to Dr Conor Sweeney talk about Baptism as “Culture”.
Please click here
for the full text of Dr Sweeney’s talk.
Please click here
for the report and photos from the day.
Graduation will be Thursday 13 November at 5.30pm in St Patrick's Cathedral. Any students wishing to apply to graduate should contact the Registrar.