The Southern Cross : July 2011
July 2011 Page 17 www.thesoutherncross.org.au The Southern Cross education | Catholic Theological College of SA STUDY OPTIONS FOR SEMESTER 2, 2011 Semester dates: 25/07/11-16/09/11, 2 week break, 4/10/11-4/11/11 (13 weeks) Cost of Audit (no assignment, no results) = $200 per topic Audit the Flinders undergraduate topics taught by CTC Lecturers---see the list below. THEO 1401 Early Church History (Laffin) - Thursday, 9am to 12pm. What problems did early Christians encounter in the ancient Roman empire? How did the conversion of the emperor Constantine in the fourth century affect the church? How did the creeds develop? Feedback from previous students: "The lectures were excellent and informative"; "Jo has the ability to make history come to life"; "I was surprised at how relevant this topic is for today". You might be interested in one of these other topics ........... THEO 1303 Humanity and Grace (McEvoy) - Tuesday, 9am to 12pm. THEO 2314 Theology of Jesus Christ (Edwards) - Wednesday, 10am to 12pm. THEO 3310 Wisdom (Turner) - Monday, 5:30pm to 7:30pm. THEO 3333 Church and Ministry (Marshall) - Tuesday, 6pm to 8pm. THEO 3332 Contemporary Issues in Christian Ethics (van Antwerpen) - Wednesday, 1pm to 3pm. THEO 3337 Philosophy of Christian Thought (Downs) - Wednesday, 6pm to 8pm. THEO 3412 Modern Church History (Laffin) - Tuesday, 10am to 12pm. THEO 3513 Christian Spirituality (Fox) - Thursday, 6pm to 8pm. ADVANCE NOTICE Friends of CTC Annual Lecture "Coloured Grace: The Importance of Religious Art Today" To be given by Associate Professor Stephen Downs Thursday evening, 8th September, 7-9 pm $20 All class are held at Adelaide Theological Centre 34 Lipsett Terrace, Brooklyn Park ALL BOOKINGS: Contact Cris --- 8416 8460 or email email@example.com www.ctcsa.edu.au Nearly 30 percent of South Australia's Gold Award recipients for the Duke of Edinburgh Award program were students from Catholic schools. Six of the 21 Gold Award winners for 2010 were from St Aloysius College (SAC) and Christian Brothers College (CBC) in Adelaide. The students were presented with their awards by South Australian Governor His Excellency Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce AC at a ceremony at Government House in May. To meet the 2010 award criteria, Lachlan Graham and Luke Davis (both Year 12 students at CBC last year) travelled to Vietnam to volunteer at an orphanage for 15 days. At SAC, students Natalie Carfora, Nicole Clohessy, Rosa Ockleshaw and Kate Riggs spent time at the remote indigenous communities of the APY Lands, in the far north of the state and the Tiwi Islands, about 40km north of Darwin. CBC Duke of Edinburgh Awards coordinator Colin Cunrow said the international program gave students important life skills, boosted their self esteem and helped them form long lasting relationships with the wider community while gaining vital credits for the South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE). "It is such a distinguished reference and testimony to the quality and character of the students who have won the Gold Award," said Mr Cunrow. Alan Brown, Duke of Edinburgh coordinator for SAC, said the program was very popular with students at the school. He said eight students were expected to qualify for the Gold Award at the end of the year, while there were currently 200 students involved in the program across the college. "The Duke of Edinburgh program gives students a better sense of self awareness and giving back to the community," said Mr Brown. "Parents of students involved in the program have noticed a difference in their child's self esteem and confidence," he said. VIP VISIT: Students from Stella Maris Catholic School, at Seacombe Gardens, welcomed a special visitor on Friday, May 27. Premier Mike Rann toured the school with local Member for Mitchell Alan Sibbons. The Premier and Mr Sibbons were shown the school's facilities and educational programs. Principal Sean Hill said the Premier met and spoke with each class, answering many creative questions and asking some of his own. Mr Rann is pictured with Jaiden and other Year 1 students. Would you like to learn more about how Aid and Development work? Are you keen to explore and discuss Social Justice Issues? Would you like to develop your advocacy skills? In August and September 2011, Caritas Australia will be offering Social Justice, Aid and Development - a program consisting of several modules covering the following areas. Session 1 -- August 30 From Aid to Development; from Charity to Justice Session 2 -- September 6 Poverty and Social Justice Session 3 -- September 13 Development Issues -- analysis and action Session 4 -- September 27 Case Studies Time: 6.30 - 9pm Venue: Diocesan Centre, 39 Wakefield Street, Adelaide Cost: Nominal cost to cover materials Name Address Phone No Email More information Register interest For more information and to register interest, e: Janette Parr, Global Education Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org or Angela Hart t: 8210 8172 (Wednesdays and Thursdays) e: email@example.com or return coupon to Caritas Australia, GPO Box 9830, Adelaide SA 5001 Noble gestures rewarded ROYAL SALUTE: South Australian Governor His Excellency Rear Admiral Kevin Scarce AC awarding former CBC College student Lachlan Graham with a Duke Gold Award and (below) SAC students holding their Duke Gold awards (L-R) Rosa Ockleshaw, Natalie Carfora and Kate Riggs at Government House in May.