Three Catholic school staff graduate in Theology

The Head of Religious Education and Spirituality Services at the Catholic Schools Office, Mr Brian Lacey was joined at the University of Newcastle Graduations recently by the Director of Catholic Schools, Mr Ray Collins, to congratulate three staff members in the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle, who completed a Theology Degree. The Broken Bay Institute and University of Newcastle are joint providers of the degree.

Mrs Karen Wylie of St Catherine’s Singleton received a Graduate Certificate in Theology.

Mrs Sue Lacey, also of  St Catherine’s Singleton, received a Master of Theology with Distinction.

And teacher Angela James from Gloucester, also graduated with a Certificate in Theology.

Congratulations to all three staff on a wonderful achievement!

Photo:  (from l to r) Dr Peter Mudge (Lecturer from Broken Bay Institute), Mr Ray Collins (Director of Schools), Mrs Karen Wylie, Graduate Certificate in Theology, Dr Gerard Goldman (Chief Exectutive Officer of the Broken Bay Institute) and Mrs Sue Lacey, Master of Theology with Distinction, Mr Brian Lacey, Religious Education and Spirituality Services, Catholic Schools Office.

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Emma Blackford

Emma Blackford is the Communications Manager for the Catholic Schools Office, Maitland-Newcastle and a regular contributor to Aurora Magazine.