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Studies of Religion Study Sessions

Term 2, Apr-Jun 2013

The Gospel of Luke

Dr Robert Tilley (Offsite @ Servants of Jesus Centre 15 Park Rd, Seven Hills)
June 26 & 27 (Wednesday & Thursday)
8.30am - 4.30pm
Cost: $95

This topic will examine issues such as context, genre, language and themes in key passages in Luke. As a result you will better understand this Gospel and discover the joys and challenges of studying Scripture.

Jesus Christ

Thomas Waugh (Live @ Lidcombe)
Thursdays: 6.30pm - 8.00pm
May 2 - Jun 20 (8 weeks)

Jesus Christ is the heart and centre of Christianity. In the person of Jesus, God has revealed himself, his love, and his divine plan for humankind. This topic will survey the essential truths of Christology (the study of Christ) and explain their importance and practical application for today.

The Maronite Mass

Fr Yuhanna (Live @ St Joseph's Croydon)
Tuesdays: 7.30 - 9.30pm
Apr 30 - Jun 4(6 weeks)

The Maronite Divine Liturgy (Mass) uniquely transmits the Maronite religious heritage, which blends the experience of three distinct but related traditions: the Syriac East, the Roman West and the Greek East. This course sketches the development of the Mass generally, the history of the Maronites, and the relationship between their present Liturgy and other Christian forms. By the end of the course, students will understand the structure of the contempory Maronite Liturgy, its theological significance, and its distinctive genius.

Opening the New Testament

Kylie Cullen (Live @ Lidcombe)
Thursdays: 8.15pm - 9.45pm
May 2 - Jun 20 (8 weeks)

You will be led on an exciting journey of discovery into the richness and vast variety of the New Testament, starting from its foundations in the Old Testament. This topic examines the New Testament’s divine inspiration, what we know about its human authors, the circumstances of its writing and composition in key passages, and its relevance to our daily lives.

Catholicism 101

Dr Don Boland, Fr Peter Joseph, Thomas Waugh & Robert Haddad (Live @ Lidcombe)
Jun 3 & 4 (Monday & Tuesday)
9.00am - 4.30pm
What are the basics of the Catholic Faith? What are the central teachings? Who was Jesus? What is the Church? Why is it here? This course will go through the most important and basic elements of the Catholic Faith in a way that explores their interconnection and relevance for today. This course is a must for those who want to deepen their own understanding and appreciation of the Catholic Faith and who want to pass this on to others.
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The Creed
Hosted by St Gregory's Centre

Fr Gregory Morgan (Melkite Welfare Assocation Office)

May 29 - July 3 (6 weeks)
7.30pm - 9.30pm
The Creed, which we profess at Mass each week, is a beautiful summary of what we believe as Catholics. In this Topic, you will be given a deeper insight into The Creed, unpacking the riches of this great statement of belief. With the insights gained, you will be better able to profess the Faith wholeheartedly and share its beauty with others.

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