The recently launched and formally approved Pathway Program Towards Formal Recognition of Theological Studies will soon host a social event to help students rediscover their love for the study of theology.
Scheduled to take place at The University of Notre Dame (UNDA), Fremantle campus, on Thursday, 12 May, at 7pm, the informal event aims to bring together people with a shared interest in theology to explore different avenues in their studies and in the workforce.
A collaboration between The Centre for Faith Enrichment (CFE) and UNDA, the Pathway Program offers students an opportunity to obtain formal recognition for their CFE studies and move on to complete their degree at UNDA.
The Program offers rigorous preparation for those wanting to be involved in pastoral ministry and other career paths involving critical thinking, evaluation of arguments, teaching, problem solving and clear and creative writing.
“We need more critical thinkers in the world who are informed by the richness of the Judaeo-Christian tradition,” said CFE Director, Dr Marco Ceccarelli.
“The Pathway Program promises high quality courses on theological topics such as Christology, Christian Anthropology, Church History, Morality, Scripture the Sacraments and much more.
“Students who take these courses with us at the approved standard of teaching and learning may obtain advanced standing or credit for these courses in the Undergraduate Certificate in Theology or the Diploma of Theology at UNDA. Join us within the beautiful surroundings of Fremantle to find out more and to have your questions answered”
The Social Event will be held at 7.00pm on Thursday, 12 May at the Michael Keating Room, corner of High and Cliff streets.
Guests are encouraged to RSVP their attendance by Friday, 6 May by emailing email@example.com or calling 08 9278 0260.
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