Rev. Dr Anthony Ngoc Dung Nguyen SDB
BTheol (DBCS) MATheol (DBCS) STL (UST) STD (UST) 
 
Lecturer
Department of Systematic Theology 
 
Rev. Dr Anthony Ngoc Nguyen SDB is a lecturer at Catholic Theological College and a member of the Systematic Theology Department. He lectures on the Sacrament of Confirmation and Penance, and is the Formator at Don Bosco House, Clifton Hill, Melbourne.
 
The undergraduate units he teaches include:
He has taught Research Methodology, Ecclesiology, Trinity, Fundamental Pastoral Theology, Family and Personal Ethics. Religious Ethics and Social Ethics at the Don Bosco Center of Studies in the Philippines and has taught Anthropology, Eschatology, Sexual Ethics and Theological Synthesis at the Rinaldi Institute of Theology, Vietnam.
 
His current academic interests are: Love in Plato's Philosophy, Sexual Ethics - Theology of the Body and Trinity in the Teaching of John Paul II.
 
His recent publications are: "God as Father and Don Bosco as Father"  in Lantayan Theological Journal (2018-Philippines); "To be human is to be holy" in Damihi Animas Theological Journal (2019-Vietnam); Foundations for Mission in Vatican II (Presentation to a Seminar on Mission organised by Pontifical Mission Society, July 2019-Vietnam).