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 Contents - Jul 2010AD2000 July 2010 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: Religious education: the challenge of secularism - Michael Gilchrist
Events: Leading US Catholics to visit Australia
Archbishop Chaput defends the Pope and the Vatican over abuse lawsuits
News: The Church Around the World
Newly discovered World War II documents further vindicate Pius XII
Book launch: Cardinal Pell's new book 'Test Everything' launched - Michael Gilchrist
Trends: The Church in 50 years: John Allen's predictions - Frank Mobbs
FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH: What we can know about heaven from Scripture and the Church - John Young
Two views: Vatican II, infallibility and the Church today - James Bogle and John Young
New apologetics for the new evangelisation
Books: THE ABBESS OF ANDALUSIA: Flannery O'Connor's Spiritual Journey, Lorraine Murray - Terri Kelleher (reviewer)
Books: CONVINCED BY THE TRUTH: Embracing the Fullness of Catholic Faith, John Fleming - John McCarthy (reviewer)
Books: HANDING ON THE FAITH IN AN AGE OF DISBELIEF, by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger - Br Barry Coldrey (reviewer)
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Reflection: The challenge: how to spread God's word in a secular culture - Bishop Arthur Serratelli

The Cure D'Ars Today
George William Rutler
Noted American convert author Father George Rutler captures the spirit of the age in which Saint John Vianney lived, unveils the sanctity of a humble parish priest and gets to the heart of what it means to be a priest.
273 pages - Softcover - $29.90
ISBN 978-0-89870-180-7

A History of Apologetics
Cardinal Avery Dulles
One of America's greatest theologians, the late Cardinal Avery Dulles, provides an overview of Christian apologetics from the New Testament, through the Middle Ages, to the present. The book notes the decline in apologetics following Vatican II and its recent revival.
417 pages - Softcover - $39.90
ISBN 978-0-89870-933-9

A Postcard from the Volcano
Lucy Becket
English author, Lucy Beckett, gives us an epic story of a Prussian aristocrat tracing his life from his early manhood at the outbreak of World War I through to the eve of World War II. The impact of wars on individuals and nations is woven into this rivetting account.
520 pages - Softcover - $39.95
ISBN 978-1-58617-269-5

Handbook of Catholic Apologetics
With the truths of Christianity under attack more than ever, this valuable reference book provides answers to questions of faith. Among the host of topics covered are God's existence, the problem of evil, life after death, the Eucharist and the divinity of Christ.
493 pages - Softcover - $43.90
ISBN 978-1-58617-279-4

Living the Catechism of the Catholic Church
Cardinal Christoph Schönborn
Cardinal Schönborn was editor of the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Here he provides insightful commentaries in a four volume series ($21.90 each) covering The Creed, The Sacraments, Life in Christ and Paths of Prayer.
150 pages - Softcover - $21.90
ISBN 978-0-89870-560-7

Inside the Bible
Kenneth Baker SJ
Here is a reader friendly introduction to each of the 73 books of the Bible designed to help the non-expert grow in the knowledge and love of God's Word. Included for each book are a time frame, author, theme and summary of contents.
373 pages - Softcover - $35.90
ISBN 978-0-89870-665-9

Saint Gianna Molla
Pietro Molla & Elio Guerriero
This is the inspiring story of a recently canonised contemporary saint who risked her life to save her unborn child. A dedicated physician and devoted wife and mother, Gianna Molla lived her life to the full. The book is co-authored by her husband.
155 pages - Softcover - $23.90
ISBN 978-0-89870-887-5

Joan of Arc
Mark Twain
Mark Twain considered his life of Joan of Arc to be his best and most important work. It took 12 years to write and is a remarkably accurate, balanced and well-researched biography by one of the world's greatest storytellers.
452 pages - Softcover - $33.90
ISBN 0-89870-268-2

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 23 No 6 (July 2010), p. 19

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