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 Contents - Jun 2005AD2000 June 2005 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: Corpus Christi - the Body of Christ
Habemus Papam: Benedict XVI charts course as successor to John Paul II - Michael Gilchrist
He was my Pope, too: a Lutheran's appreciation of John Paul II - Uwe Siemon-Netto
News: The Church Around the World
The Catholic Church's dissenters miss the boat - Chris Hilder
Benedict XVI and liturgical reform - Dom Alcuin Reid OSB
Mother Teresa's legacy continued at Georgetown University - Peter Reynolds
Papal awards for WA Catholic politicians - Hugh Ryan
The previous Pope Benedict and his quest for world peace - R.J. Stove
Letters: John Paul the Great? - Patrick Ryan
Letters: Papal election - Frank Bellet
Letters: New Pope - Deidre Lyra
Letters: Unchanging teachings - Greg O'Regan
Letters: A true shepherd - Lynn Wise
Letters: Another Parish - Peter Gilet
Letters: Pre-Vatican II myths - Douglas V. Boyle
Letters: Chavagnes College - Pascale Cotterill
Letters: Outstanding education at Chavagnes College - Br John Moylan CFC, MA, MEd
Letters: Revolt manifesto - P. Gartland
Letters: Sanity? - Tom King
Letters: Catholic schools - Kevin McBride
Letters: Sponsorship request from Uganda - Joise Nasuna
Letters: Kathmandu school - John E.J. Fetz
Events: Solemnity of Sts Peter and Paul - Fraternity of St Peter
Events: Juventutem WYD 2005 Cologne Pilgrimage - FSP
Books: John Paul the Great, edited by William Oddie - John R. Barich (reviewer)
Events: Catholic Doctors' Association Mass and Dinner
Poetry: Sonnet on the Election of Pope Benedict XVI - Bruce Dawe
Books: More Good Reading from AD Books
Reflection: Cardinal Nguyen van Thuan: witness to the priesthood and Eucharist - Fr Dennis Byrnes

Introduction to Christianity
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger
Before his recent elevation to the papacy as Benedict XVI, Cardinal Ratzinger produced a remarkable modern interpretation of the foundations of Christianity via an explanation of the twelve articles of the Apostles Creed.
380 pages * Softcover * $31.95

The Catholic Assembly Book
Fr James Tolhurst
Father Tolhurst, who is a member of the Birmingham Oratory, sets out in a prayerful setting the words of Scripture, grouping them under weekly themes, together with short prayers and sayings from the Church Fathers.
128 pages * Softcover * $19.95

Holy Daring
John Udris
Holy Daring explores the fearless Christian trust exemplified in the life of St Thérèse of Lisieux along an analysis of her spiritual teaching.
93 pages * Softcover * $17.95

The Hidden Manna
James T. O'Connor
This book provides a comprehensive study of the Church's understanding of the Mystery of the Eucharist - historically and theologically - from the first centuries to our own times.
398 pages * Softcover * $34.95

Looking Again at the Question of the Liturgy
Edited by Alcuin Reid OSB
Key issues affecting the Liturgy were discussed at a conference in France in the presence of Cardinal Ratzinger in 2001. This volume makes available the papers from that conference in English translation.
160 pages * Softcover * $29.95

Mystery of Creation
Paul Haffner
Paul Haffner is an English priest with a background in science, philosophy and theology. His book examines the key areas of interest to Christians in the light of present day issues like evolution, feminism, ecology and the problem of evil.
224 pages * Softcover * $33.00

Forgotten Shrines
Dom Bede Camm OSB
First published in 1910, Forgotten Shrines introduces us to the ancient homes of England's great recusant families and the lives of those who lived in them. It chronicles the principal relics and memorials of the martyrs linked to these sites.
412 pages * Softcover * $49.95

NEW! The Cube and the Cathedral
George Weigel
Can there be any true "politics" - any true deliberation about the common good, any robust defence of freedom - without God? In his latest book, George Weigel presents a powerful case for a resounding "No".
193 pages * Softcover * $24.95

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 18 No 5 (June 2005), p. 19

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