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Aspects of Authentic Church Teaching, by Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM

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 Contents - Apr 2007AD2000 April 2007 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: Benedict XVI's document on the Eucharist - Michael Gilchrist
Book Launch: B.A. Santamaria and Australian Catholicism: Cardinal Pell's tribute - Cardinal George Pell
News: The Church Around the World
'Equal opportunity' legislation threatens Christian teachings - Babette Francis
Catholicism and secularism in Britain: a test of strength on same-sex adoption - Joanna Bogle
History: How much do Catholics know about ecumenical councils? - Frank Mobbs
Vocations: New survey of successful US dioceses: lessons for Australia - Michael Gilchrist
Rockhampton Lenten program: 'whatever that might mean' - AD2000 Report
St Faustina: The Divine Mercy apostolate: a spirituality to transform the world - Eva Kimnes
Belief: Christian-Muslim dialogue: major stumbling blocks - Fr Richard Umbers
Letters: Liturgy: what next? - Franklin J. Wood
Letters: Church leadership - P.W. English
Letters: Money talks - Richard Stokes
Letters: Saints needed - Arthur N. Ballingall
National Church Life Survey clarification - Bob Dixon
Letters: Catholic schools
Letters: Catholic atmosphere - Stuart Paterson
Letters: Free and fair markets and the Church's social doctrine - Chris Hilder
Letters: Capital punishment - John Gallagher
Letters: Scourge of the West - Kevin McManus
Letters: African prisoners seek correspondents - Len Clark
Letters: Contraception - Tim Coyle
Books: The Way of Love: Reflections on Deus Caritas Est, Livio Melina and Carl Anderson - Tim Cannon (reviewer)
Books: Catholic Thought Since the Enlightenment, by Aidan Nichols OP - Michael Daniel (reviewer)
Books: Aspects of Authentic Church Teaching, by Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM - Michael Gilchrist (reviewer)
Books: Books available from AD2000 and Freedom Publishing
Reflection: Benedict XVI on the transforming power of the Resurrection - Pope Benedict XVI

Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM

(Franciscan Fathers, Qrendi, Malta, 264pp, $20.00 (approx). Order direct from the author)

Longtime readers of AD2000 will be familiar with the name of Fr Sebastian Camilleri. His regular reflection pieces over a period of years invariably brought positive, appreciative responses from those who welcomed his sound presentations of the Catholic faith.

Fr Camilleri, who was born in Malta, one of the world's most Catholic countries, spent many fruitful years serving the Church in Australia. He is now back in Malta where the present book was self-published.

The book consists of a collection of Fr Camilleri's writings and documents on a host of topics and from a wide range of contexts. Part One is headed 'Aspects of authentic Church teaching', Part Two deals with Fr Camilleri's pastoral experiences and Part Three cites the many letters and testimonials from priests, bishops and civil authorities expressing appreciation for his work.

Those who have had the good fortune to come in contact with Fr Camilleri will know that he is a holy, dedicated and zealous man of God. This book, while fostering an appreciation of the basics of the faith offers a reminder of what Fr Camilleri has accomplished in his pastoral ministry.

However, as this book is published in Malta, it is not easy to obtain. I suggest that any interested readers should contact Fr Camilleri direct for copies. His address is: Franciscan Fathers, Church Street, Sliema SLM 02, Malta, Europe. He has given an estimate of A$20.00 per copy, including postage. It might be best to check first with Fr Camilleri as to the exact amount required, and the best method of payment.

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 20 No 3 (April 2007), p. 18

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