News

Guest Lecturer, Professor Garry Trompf FAHA

On Tuesday 18 August 2015, the College was once again privileged to host Emeritus Professor Garry W. Trompf, FAHA (Studies in Religion, The University of Sydney) as a guest speaker for the course unit Byzantine Studies (H8530A). Prof. Trompf lectured on the transformation of Roman Law in Christian Byzantium.

2016 Patristic Symposium

We are delighted to announce that our next Patristic Symposium will be held on Friday and Saturday, 23 and 24 September 2016. 

The 2016 Patristic Symposium will focus on the personality and contributions of Saint John Chrysostom. Professor Pauline Allen and Dr Wendy Mayer, from the Centre for Early Christian Studies with the Australian Catholic University (Brisbane QLD), will offer keynotes.

New Faculty Publication - Alexandrian Legacy: A Critical Appraisal

St Andrew's is delighted to announce that Alexandrian Legacy: A Critical Appraisal will be released by Cambridge Scholars Publishing on Tuesday 1 September 2015!

Public Lectures

On 20 and 27 July 2015, upon the invitation of College graduate, the Reverend Fr Agathangelos Masteas, Mr Mario Baghos (Associate Lecturer in Church History) delivered a two part presentation entitled 'Art and Architecture in the Early Church and Byzantium' for the Fellowship of the Greek Orthodox Parish of the Resurrection of Christ (Kogarah NSW).

Adult Faith Education Open Learning

On Saturday 11 July 2015, St Andrew's delivered a series of catechetical lectures on the topic 'The Divine Liturgy: the Heart of Orthodoxy' at the Greek Orthodox Parish and Community of St George, Thebarton (SA), as part of its Adult Faith Education Open Learning (offered to the public for the third year in a row).

Adult Faith Education Open Learning

On Saturday 27 June 2015, St Andrew's delivered a series of catechetical lectures on the topic 'Being Clothed with Christ' at St John's College, Preston (VIC), as part of its Adult Faith Education Open Learning (offered to the public for the third year in a row).

Invitation: Inaugural Theology Symposium

St Andrew’s invites you to its Inaugural Theology Symposium, ‘The Earth is the Lord’s: Environmental Theology and Ethics’, to be held at the College on Friday and Saturday, 9 & 10 October 2015.
 
The Symposium will explore the sacred depths of creation. It hopes to contribute to conversations taking place within the broader community regarding our shared responsibility for the planet’s future.
 

Guest Lecturer, Professor Garry Trompf FAHA

On Wednesday 27 May 2015, the College was privileged to host Emeritus Professor Garry Trompf, FAHA (Studies in Religion, the University of Sydney) as a guest speaker for the course units H7110A History of the Early Church and H8510A The Early Church. Prof. Trompf is former lecturer of Church History at St Andrew’s.

Adult Faith Education Open Learning

St Andrew's is delighted to announce that it will offer its Adult Faith Education Open Learning for the third year in a row! This year's catechetical lectures will be on the topic 'Being Clothed with Christ'.

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