3 results for tag: Scholarship at the Cathedral

Scholarship at the Cathedral – Prof. Sandra Lynch: “Mission Impossible? Education and Formation in a Pluralistic Society”

Mission Impossible? Education & Formation in a Pluralistic Society Register here: https://www.satcathedral.org/ Many educational institutions in Western societies owe a large part of their history to the Church’s endeavour to provide opportunities for human flourishing and formation in the pursuit of truth. Yet today, Catholic educational institutions are faced with the challenge of undertaking their mission within a pluralistic society whilst still genuinely reflecting Catholic faith and values. To what extent should the content of curriculum be influenced by the Catholic Intellectual Tradition? Are educational practices always aimed at ...

Scholarship at the Cathedral – The Godless Country? Part II, Christian Australia

The Godless Country? Part II, Christian Australia Register here: https://www.satcathedral.org/ Are we living in a Christian country? Certainly, Christianity is the largest religious group in Australia: It influences our language, our culture, even our law... It underpins our social ideologies, and is the backbone of the largest school system after the state system. But where is the Church situated in the mind of modern Australia? Is 'Christian' really an appropriate description for our culture? Please join us as the Archbishop of Sydney delivers his second installment of “The Godless Country? Part II, Christian Australia”. Date: ...

Scholarship at the Cathedral – Professor Tracey Rowland – Faith, Reason and Love

Join us in the Chapter Hall at St Mary's Cathedral from 6.30pm for refreshments, followed by the lecture from Prof. Rowland Scholarship at the Cathedral is an initiative of the Sydney Archdiocese in partnership with The Institute for Ethics and Society of The University of Notre Dame Australia. In 2018, a series of public lectures with eminent intellectuals, both Australian and international will take place at St Mary's Cathedral. This event is sponsored by Most Reverend Anthony Fisher OP   For more information about the event, click here