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Editorial

An appeal that deserves our support

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 Contents - Jul 1999AD2000 July 1999 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: An appeal that deserves our support
General absolutions to continue in Adelaide - AD2000 Report
News: The Church Around the World
Ecumenism: New ARCIC document on Papal authority - Peter Westmore
Statement of Conclusions: a 'politically correct' interpretation - Pastor Agnosticus
Religious education reform in the Melbourne Archdiocese under attack - John S. Webster
Liturgy: An American parish's formula for success - Judy Trajanyi
Catholic universities and academic freedom - Fr Daniel Callam
A successful French seminary that follows the Curé of Ars tradition - Francis Davidson
Jacques Maritain: modern philosophy in the tradition of St Thomas Aquinas - E. J. Borich
Reflection: John Paul II: how the arts and Christian faith nourish each other - Pope John Paul II

THE SALESIANS MISSIONS OFFICE in Melbourne has launched an appeal to assist Salesian schools and orphanages in East Timor.

Appeal co-ordinator, Br Michael Lynch, says that with the severe economic downturn in Indonesia and the increasingly critical situation in East Timor, the Salesians are urgently in need of funds to keep their schools open and to assist the poor families.

While Bishop Carlos Belo is the best known Salesian in East Timor, there are another 53 Salesian priests and brothers on the island running schools, orphanages, parishes and youth centres.

Br Michael Lopes of the Don Bosco Technical School, Fatumaca, says that their needs are great and any support would be most welcome. Just $25.00 per month would cover the education of one student, however, very few families are able to make any contribution at all. He adds that they would appreciate help with a special project to irrigate and transform abandoned land into rice fields.

Donations can be sent to:

"Salesian East Timor Appeal", Salesians Mission Office, PO Box 80, Oakleigh Vic 3166 Australia

Donations are tax deductible and will be forwarded immediately.

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 12 No 6 (July 1999), p. 2

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