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BBI - Biblical explorations: Moses and the Exodus - NEW!

The exodus was one of the fundamental events that came to define God’s people. It’s not much of an exaggeration to say that the rest of the Bible was written as a reaction to God’s decision to rescue Israel from Egypt in the exodus. Understanding the exodus helps unlock the whole Bible. Even the gospels draw on the exodus. In this subject, we’ll raise some of the key questions about the exodus and think about the different ways that people have interpreted the book of Exodus. We’ll also think about what the book of Exodus means in a Christian context and how the gospel writers used Exodus ideas to make sense of Jesus’ life.           

RSVP by 8 June to attend at the Diocesan Resource Centre, at home or in your parish.

Dates:              Thursdays 20 & 27 June

Time:               4:00pm – 5:30pm


Ireland Pilgrimage

Embark on a soulful 15-day Irish spiritual journey, drawing inspiration
from Catherine McAuley, the founder of the Sisters of Mercy in 1831.
Traverse Dublin’s sacred sites and the serene landscapes of Glendalough
and the Ring of Kerry, immersing yourself in Ireland’s rich religious
legacy. Marvel at the majestic Cliffs of Moher, pilgrimage to the Holy
Shrine of Knock. This pilgrimage covers seven captivating cities of
Ireland, instrumental in building the foundations of our Christian faith.

Dates: 26 September - 12 October 2024

Links: Itinerary & Expression of Interest

Tilling the Church discussion | continues 21 February

While Father Richard’s visit in August was short, he last left our diocese with riches which we can continue to explore together, as our church is an unfinished project and in need of tilling. So, let’s continue the discussion!

The last discussion on Father Richard’s latest publication, “Tiling the Church: Theology for an Unfinished Project” will be hold on Wednesday June 19 - Chapter 6. The Art of Faithfulness and conclusion


Franciscan Spirituality with Boston College | Feb-April

Feb 21 - Apr 2 ($60)

Beginning with the lives of St. Francis of Assisi and St. Clare of Assisi, this course explores the foundational elements of Franciscan spirituality including the centrality of Christ, poverty, creation, contemplation, prayer, and the universal call to holiness.

CLICK HERE for further information or to enrol. 

Short Courses in your community

The Formation and Education office offers a variety of short courses, workshops and reflections. Courses include prayer, Art & Spirituality, New & Old Testament, The Christian Spiritual journey and Discernment of gifts. 

Click here for BROCHURE or contact Rose McAllister on

P: 4979 1346, M: 0414 962 922 E:

Boston College courses

Boston College School of Theology and Ministry have a variety of courses including The Engaged Parish, St Mary of Magdala and Teaching Religion to Adolescents: Creative Strategies and Best Practices.

The courses have been developed to help participants gain a deeper understanding of their faith. 

Click HERE to see more information on these and other courses available through Boston College.