Rev. Dr Max Vodola
BTheol (MCD) MA (Monash) MTS (MCD) PhD (Monash)

Acting Research Coordinator 
Head: Department of Church History

Rev. Dr Max Vodola is the Acting Research Coordinator, a lecturer at Catholic Theological College and is head of the Department of Church History and lectures in the history of the Church in Australia, 19th/20th century Catholicism and Vatican II. He is a priest of the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne, and Administrator of All Saints' Parish, Fitzroy.

The undergraduate units he teaches include:
He also coordinates and is one of the tour leaders of the Footsteps of Faith: Encountering the Christian Tradition Study Tour.
Max Vodola holds the degrees of Bachelor of Theology and Master of Theological Studies from the University of Divinity, a Master of Arts from Monash University, and a Doctorate in Church History from Monash University.
His doctoral thesis was on "John XXIII, Vatican II and the Genesis of Aggiornamento: A Contextual Analysis of Angelo Roncalli's works on San Carlo Borromeo in relation to Late Twentieth Century Church Reform".
He has published Simonds: A Rewarding Life (1997), A Friendly Guide to Vatican II (2012).

Contact: Email Rev. Dr Max Vodola