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Disunity

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 Contents - Jul 2011AD2000 July 2011 - Buy a copy now
Homily: Benedict XVI: Sts Peter and Paul and the role of bishops - Pope Benedict XVI
News: The Church Around the World
Events: G.K. Chesterton conference for Sydney - September 2011 - Karl Schmude
Universae Ecclesiae: Vatican document strengthens use of the traditional Latin liturgy - Fr Glen Tattersall
Steubenville: How a university's Catholic identity was recovered - AD2000 Report
Pro-Life: Hungary's new pro-life 'Easter' Constitution - Babette Francis
Poetry: A Prayer for Mothers - Cardinal Mindszenty
Whatever happened to the virtue of obedience? - Bishop Julian Porteous
Hugh O'Flaherty: The priest who converted his former Nazi enemy - Stephen Walker
Lübeck martyrs of the Nazis beatified on 25 June - Frank Mobbs
What attracts converts to the Catholic Church? - Fr F.E. Burns
Letters: Disunity - Kara Ward
Letters: Bishop or Pope? - Eric Rickards
Letters: Lack of vocations - Susanna Vale
Letters: Letter to Toowoomba Chronicle - Zelda Richardson
Letters: 'Temple Police' - Patricia Byrnes
Letters: Conscience - John Mulholland
Letters: 'Homophobia' - Arnold Jago
Letters: St Peter's wife - Francis Vrijmoed
Books: A TOUR OF THE CATECHISM - Volume One: The Creed, by John Flader - John Young (reviewer)
Books: STORIES OF KAROL: the Unknown Life of John Paul II, by G.F. Svidercoschi - Br Barry Coldrey (reviewer)
Books: A MEMORY FOR WONDERS: a true story, by Mother Veronica Namoyo Le Goulard PCC - Michael Daniel (reviewer)
Books: Order books from www.freedompublishing.com.au
Reflection: Christ's priestly promise: 'I am with you always' - Fr John O'Neill

Regarding Bishop Morris of Toowoomba, how distressing for the Church that the visible sign of unity, the bishop, has been an agent of disunity. While I am sure all Catholics would prefer to have seen Bishop Morris have a change of heart involving a public demonstration of his fidelity to the truth, we cannot but be grateful to God that this shepherd is no longer leading souls astray.

We must continue to pray and sacrifice for all our priests and bishops, for knowing the difficulty in being generous and faithful in my own vocation as wife and mother, I am in awe of any man who bears the responsibility of being a leader and teacher of souls in our secular society.

KARA WARD
Brisbane, Qld

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 24 No 6 (July 2011), p. 15

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