The Theological-pastoral Week is a three-day long scientific and pastoral conference for theologians, professors, and pastoral workers – priests, monks, and Christ’s active lay believers (those engaged in parish communities, ecclesial educational institutions, schools, etc.), where they reflect on current issues in the life of the Church. Its goal is to promote lifelong learning and continuous development of those that hold offices and carry various tasks in the Church. The conference is open to anyone who is interested in such issues. Theological-pastoral Week is a yearly event that has been regularly held since 1961.
The International Symposium of Professors of Philosophy and Theology is held regularly each year in the week after Easter. Each year lectures in philosophy and six, that is, seven theological disciplines are being held. In the first period: philosophy, the Holy Scripture of the Old and the New Testament, dogmatic, fundamental and moral theology, patrology. In the second period: ecumenical and pastoral theology, theology of liturgy, Church history, canon law, religious pedagogy and catechetics, and social teaching of the Church. Professors – scientists, employees of catholic faculties of theology in Croatia and in Bosnia and Herzegovina – on lectures and discussions have the opportunity to reflect on the new achievements and approaches in the aforementioned theological disciplines and, therefore, by exchanging experiences to enhance and to develop insights into the scientific, research and teaching field in the matter they deal with. The first Symposium was held in 2006.
The Dies Theologicus is a one-day scientific gathering with international participation that has a plenary lecture on a current and socially relevant theological topic, followed by two or three lectures, which reflect analytically-critically on the plenary lecture, each from another area/perspective. It is organized in a way that the plenary lecture is held by a foreign expert and guest lecturer, while the following lectures are held by national lecturers. After all the lectures, the plenary discussion takes place. The Dies Theologicus exists since 2006 and it is regularly held each year.
Days of Church Music is a two-day long annualy event organized by the Institute for Church Music „Albe Vidaković“ of the Catholic Faculty of Theology and the Croatian Society of Church Musicians. Starting from year 2000, the Days aim at lifelong learning of Church musicians. Their programme includes lectures held by Croatian and foreign experts in the field of Church music, discussions, concerts, and practical workshops. The participants are former and current students of Church Music and other persons who are engaged in Church music in an amateur way in their own parishes. At this event, the participants have the chance to improve and enrich their knowledge and skills and to talk about their experiences. It concludes with an annual assembly of members of the Croatian Society of Church Musicians.