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Home >  Blog >  Concurrent Speakers will complement Key Presenters at CaSPA 2016

Concurrent Speakers will complement Key Presenters at CaSPA 2016

Posted on 24 November 2015
Concurrent Speakers will complement Key Presenters at CaSPA 2016

From Left: Professor Francis Moloney; Rev Peter Steane; Julie Morgan

The 2016 CaSPA Conference Committee are finalising details for the Concurrent Speakers for our bienniel conference at the Crown Conference Centre in Melbourne from July 3-5, 2016. These speakers will conduct smaller workshops for Conference Delegates that will complement the input from the world class Key Presenters at the Conference.

Rev Professor Francis Moloney sdb AM :

Francis Moloney is a Senior Fellow of Catholic Theological College and member of the Department of Biblical Studies. He lectures primarily on the Gospel of John. He is a priest of Salesians of Don Bosco and is currently the Provincial Superior of the Salesians of Don Bosco for Australia and the Pacific Region. He is a member of the Senate of Catholic Theological College and an elected Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities..  Professor Moloney, a founding editor of the Australian theological journal Pacifica, and an associate editor of The Catholic Biblical Quarterly, is the author of 36 books and a large number of articles, both scholarly and popular, in journals from all parts of the world. Of particular pastoral interest are: A Body Broken for a Broken People. Eucharist in the New Testament (Peabody MA: Hendrickson, 1997), his three volumes on the Sunday Gospels, The Gospel of the Lord, Years A, B and C (Collegeville MN: Liturgical Press), and his contribution to the Advent/Christmas cycle in M. D. Johnson (ed.), New Proclamation, Year A, 2001-2002 (Minneapolis MN: Fortress Press, 2001). In 1992 he was made as Member of the Order of Australia for services to religion

Rev Peter Steane MSC:

Peter Steane is an MSC priest and Head School of Business, Sydney, and Professor of Strategic Leadership, Australian Catholic University. Dr Steane has consulted for non-profit, government and private companies. The focus of Dr Steane's  consultancy to non-profit organizations has been on: building strategic thinking skills and reviews of organizations, developing leadership capacity and ethical governance skills and building cross-cultural leadership competencies  Dr. Steane has developed Research Leadership Programs across Australasia, through USAid, ADB and AusAID programs. He co-founded the Aboriginal Company Directors Program, and provides leadership development programs for the School Principals in the Bangkok and Port Moresby Catholic Archdioceses. Fr Steane has also  held leadership roles in church ministry around the Asia Pacific.  He has been ordained for 30 years and has worked in various Catholic Church apostolates: homelessness, palliative care, and School leadership. His PhD thesis studied the leadership formation and strategy of Catholic Education Offices.

Julie Morgan:

Julie Morgan is a member of the ACU Executive Education team and teaches within the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy's postgraduate leadership programs.  Julie's executive leadership experience includes working as the Regional Director of the Asia Pacific for Franciscans International, and as the Deputy National Director of Caritas Australia. She has worked extensively throughout South East Asia in the delivery of development and advocacy programming and in leadership enhancement, human rights education and peacebuilding training. Julie has served on several boards and management committees and provides Executive Coaching in the Not for Profit sector. Prior to working in international development and human rights, Julie was a Catholic school teacher in several Victorian Secondary schools. She worked as a Religious Education Coordinator and Director of Faith Development and Religious Education for 8 years. Julie holds degrees in Theology, Moral Philosophy, and has a Masters in Professional Ethics. Julie has qualifications in International Human Rights Law, Counselling, Association Management, and Teaching. She is currently undertaking Doctoral studies at the University of New England in the area of leadership.  Julie is also a Director on the Board of Santa Maria College, Northcote


You are encouraged to register interest for yourself and your senior staff so that we can ensure there are sufficient places available as we anticipate a high level of interest in this group of world class speakers - there is no need to pay anything at this stage, simply forward your expression of interest to the organising committee by clicking on this link:


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