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 Contents - Aug 2007AD2000 August 2007 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: Census 2006: 'No religion' up, Christians down
Lex orandi: Benedict XVI's liturgical armistice: 'Summorum Pontificum' - Fr Glen Tattersall
Events: LATIN MASS CELEBRATIONS - Melbourne and Sydney
University: Australian Catholic students' conference: 'an inspiring experience' - Br Barry Coldrey
News: The Church Around the World
World Congress of Families: grass roots ecumenism at work - Babette Francis
Society: Defending faith and reason in public life - Eamonn Keane
Catholics and the pornography epidemic - Bishop Robert Finn
Why Catholic parents choose home-schooling - Leslie Sammut
Obituary: Death of distinguished Australian philosopher John Ziegler - John Young
Catholic students' joyful encounter with the Church's sacred music treasury - Gabrielle Walsh
Letters: Vatican II infallible? - Frank Mobbs
Letters: Stem cell 'debate' - Chris Hilder
Letters: Breath of hope - Terry and Rosemary McDonnell
Letters: Catholic politicians - Patricia Halligan
Letters: Truth and courage - Errol P. Duke
Letters: 'Staunch' Catholics? - Frank Bellet
Letters: Study leave - Eamonn Keane
Poetry: Shrapnel - Bruce Dawe
Letters: Combating AIDS - Franklin J. Wood
Letters: Education campaign - Henry Erftemeyer
Letters: Fixing the schools - G. Brian Bibby
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Books: Jesus of Nazareth: Baptism to Transfiguration, by Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI - Tim Cannon (reviewer)
Books: The World's First Love, by Fulton J. Sheen - Michael Daniel (reviewer)
Books: Mother Angelica's Little Book of Life Lessons and Everyday Spirituality - Michael E. Daniel (reviewer)
Books: AD2000 Books
Reflection: The Assumption: how the Christian arts honour the Virgin Mary

The Truth of Catholicism
George Weigel
George Weigel explores the distinctiveness of Catholicism through aspects of its teachings our contemporary society finds difficult, e.g., in relation to suffering, sexual morality, democracy, other faiths, etc.
196 pages * Softcover * $25.00

Mother Angelica's Little Book ...
Edited by Raymond Arroyo
Raymond Arroyo, author of the bestselling biography of Mother Angelica, has assembled an inspiring collection of her powerful insights, comic musings and no-nonsense guidance.
221 pages * Hardback * $29.95

Jesus Our Eucharistic Love
Fr Stefano M. Manelli
This book is an unabridged translation of the Italian edition of this inspirational primer on key aspects of the Eucharist: as sacrifice, real presence, adoration, worthy reception and thanksgiving.
148 pages * Softcover * $10.00

Benedict Rules - OK!
Vena Eastwood
This book is not about our present Pope, but rather the Rule of St Benedict and how it can be used to build stronger school communities and enhance their spiritual development.
157 pages * Softcover * $29.00

Living the Catholic Faith
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
What does it mean to be a Catholic in the 21st century? Archbishop Chaput of Denver offers a sound, contemporary, compact outline of the Church's teachings and how best to practise them.
159 pages * Softcover * $20.00

A Catholic Replies to Professor Dawkins
Thomas Crean OP
Fr Thomas Crean's timely book tackles head-on Richard Dawkins' claims about religion, in particular Christianity, with clear rational arguments. In the process he provides a handy refresher course on truth of the Catholic faith.
160 pages * Softcover * $25.50

The Seven Capital Sins
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen
This book contains the texts of a series of eight addresses given in 1939 in which Fulton Sheen correlated Our Lord's Seven Last Words from the Cross with the Seven Capital Sins of anger, envy, lust, pride, gluttony, sloth and covetousness.
108 pages * Softcover * $19.95

Illustrissimi
Pope John Paul I
John Paul I, who was Pope for only 33 days in 1978, has been overshadowed by the stature of his successor. However, this collection of imaginary letters to famous religious, literary and historical figures sheds light on a very attractive personality.
286 pages * Softcover * $36.00


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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 20 No 7 (August 2007), p. 19

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