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Jubilee Marian Congress

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 Contents - Oct 2000AD2000 October 2000 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: The Church at the crossroads - Michael Gilchrist
'Dominus Jesus' reaffirms Catholic Church's claims to truth - AD2000 Report
News: The Church Around the World
'Call to Change' in Tasmania: but whose 'vision of Church'? - Michael Gilchrist
The Salesians' impact in East Timor - Br Marcal Lopes SDB
Contentious Social Justice Statement on women's participation published - Michael Gilchrist
Jubilee Marian Congress
Archbishop Pell: social justice for today's family - Archbishop George Pell
How orthodox are Australian Catholic University's professorial staff? - Eamonn Keane
How language transforms a Christian society into a secular society - Audrey English
An authentic Christian spirituality grounded in objective revelation - Michael Daniel

A JUBILEE MARIAN CONGRESS, titled "Mary, Dawn of the New Millennium," is to take place in Melbourne from 5-8 October 2000. The keynote speaker is Father James McCurry OFM Conv.

Father McCurry is Past-President of the Mariological Society of America and former National Director of the Militia Immaculata. He has lectured on Marian topics in over 40 states in the USA and in forty countries. He conducts Kolbe Franciscan Pilgrimages worldwide and features regularly on Mother Angelica's EWTN.

Other speakers at the Congress include Fr Charles Portelli, Dr Hayden Ramsay, Sr Miriam Vaughan OCDM, Msgr Peter Elliott and Rev Dr Lawrence Cross.

Further information is obtainable from Mrs Kath Allison on (03) 9412 3370.

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 13 No 9 (October 2000), p. 9

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