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 Contents - Sep 2011AD2000 September 2011 - Buy a copy now
2011 Fighting Fund launched - Peter Westmore
Pope appoints Archbishop Chaput to troubled Philadelphia - Michael Gilchrist
News: The Church Around the World
Youth: Catholic young adult ministry: Sydney's formula for success - Br Barry Coldrey
Cloyne Report exposes Ireland's continuing sex abuse crisis - Michael Gilchrist
Glimpses of a new dawn in Russia - Babette Francis
Abortion grief: mother love, mercy love and God's compassion - Anne R. Lastman
Sacred Art: Catholic church statuary: a craft in danger - Christopher Akehurst
Interview: Pope's brother sheds more light on Benedict's early years - Zenit News Agency
Letters: Teaching authority - Fr M. Durham
Letters: Irish child abuse - Arnold Jago
Letters: Where is Jesus? - Michael Apthorp
Letters: Book of Genesis - Frank Mobbs
Letters: Catholic schools - Maria Plustwik
Events: Ignatian Spiritual Exercises for busy people
Books: THE COUNCIL IN QUESTION: a Dialogue with Catholic Traditionalism - Fr Glen Tattersall (reviewer)
Books: SNOW ON THE HEDGES: The Life of St Cuthbert Mayne, by Helen Whelan - Br Barry Coldrey (reviewer)
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Reflection: Proper church etiquette: a public witness of faith - Bishop Arthur Serratelli

In this issue of AD2000 , we commence our annual Fighting Fund appeal to give readers the opportunity to help ensure the continuation of AD2000 and its associated works. We are all aware that there needs to be a strong and articulate Christian presence in all walks of life in Australia, to preserve the Christian values on which Australian society was founded, and without which it will not continue to survive and flourish. This is primarily the responsibility of lay people rather than religious leaders, and AD2000 is committed to playing its role.

It is incumbent on every one of us to ensure that this voice is not silenced by our apathy, or by the prevailing secular culture which seeks to marginalise Christianity, to confine it exclusively to the private sphere. By contributing to the Fighting Fund, you are helping ensure that Christian values are defended and proclaimed throughout our country, for the good of all.

The following donations are gratefully acknowledged:

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17 Anonymous $1,162.00

Total acknowledged $7,287.00

Total received $8,027.00

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 24 No 8 (September 2011), p. 18

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