.- Current issues facing Catholic higher education, including notions of Catholic identity, was the theme of the Catholicity Forum at the Australian Catholic University yesterday, reported Cath net Australia. The CEOs of Sydney's three Catholic tertiary education institutions took the floor: ACU national vice-chancellor, Professor Peter Sheehan AO; vice-chancellor from the University of Notre Dame Australia, Dr. Peter Tannock; and president of Campion College Australia, Reverend Dr. John Fleming.
A panel of four followed the CEOs’ presentations. Bishop David Walker of Broken Bay; Fr. Gerard Kelly, president of the Catholic Institute, Sydney; Sr. Maryanne Confoy, RSC, from the Jesuit Theological College, Melbourne; and Dr. Neil Ormerod, ACU theology professor.