COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS / PROGRAMS 

 IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE CENTRE FOR BIBLICAL FORMATION • JERUSALEM 

 

ABOUT

The Centre works with a broad range of institutions to host Biblical Programs tailored to their needs.

The Centre's extensive resources are made available to them together with organisational management and support from the Centre's team.

To discuss the prospect of a collaborative project please via the enquiry panel, below.

See Institutional Collaboration Policies below

 

Our current collaborative projects organisations include:

 

REGIS COLLEGE - Jesuit School of Theology

at The University of Toronto 

ST MICHAEL'S COLLEGE - Faculty of Theology,

at The University of Toronto 

ACU - Australia Catholic University

ARCHDIOCESE OF BANGKOK (Thailand)

VARIOUS SCHOOLS, COLLEGES and GROUPS

 

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Programs are available to Faculty and Students at Regis College (Toronto) and St Michael's College Faculty of Theology (University of Toronto). 

More information for Faculty and Students: Click on image. 

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POLICIES FOR INSTITUTIONAL COLLABORATION

  1. The Centre for Biblical Formation  (CBF)  develops and delivers Biblical formation programs in accordance with the mission and vision of Notre Dame de Sion.  CBF will not modify curriculum or programs to combine with programs of other Institutions.

 

CBF may collaborate  with Institutions who wish to:

  • send students from their  Institute to participate in an existing CBF program

  • contract with CBF to assist in program planning

 

Criteria for Institutional collaboration with CBF

  1. Institutions must be in agreement and observant of:

    • the vision, mission, methodology and policies of the Centre for Biblical Formation

    • the charism of Notre Dame de Sion

    • Church documents concerning Biblical formation and right relationships with Jews, Judaism and Islam (Nostre Aetate and other relevant church documents).  

  2. Institutions  are required to submit an application program proposal and  course outline  to the Director of CBF.

  3. Institutional programs accommodated at Ecce Homo Guest House will not run concurrently with an existing CBF program.

The Australian Catholic University has worked in collaboration with the centre for many years. Successfully deepening students appreciation of the scriptures, the Holy land and its people. ACU will be bringing a group to the centre in 2019. 'BIBLE LAND STUDY TOUR' 2-13 December

The Archdiocese of Bangkok (Thailand) regularly come to The Biblical Formation Centre for their Bible Study programs - utilising the Centre's study and human resources. There will be series of group visits in coming years. Photos from November 2018 study group.