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AD2000 Article Index - 1991


Volume 4 Number 1 - February 1991 - BUY A COPY HERE

How religion fares in the U.S.A. - Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches, Michael Gilchrist
Leading questions for New Zealand's Religious, Sr Micaela Dillon OP
Robert Hugh Benson - Christianity and Modernism, Sr Mary St. Rita RSM


Volume 4 Number 2 - March 1991 - BUY A COPY HERE

Editorial: Statistician registers numbers of believers - but what do they believe?, B.A. Santamaria


Volume 4 Number 4 - May 1991 - BUY A COPY HERE

Why the 'new' catechetics is flawed, Sr Mary Augustine Lane OP


Volume 4 Number 5 - June 1991 - BUY A COPY HERE

Encyclical: John Paul II's Memorial to 'Rerum Novarum': a summary of 'Centesimus Annus', B.A. Santamaria
Richard John Neuhaus interviewed, Mary Arnold


Volume 4 Number 7 - August 1991 - BUY A COPY HERE

New Zealand Catholicism to put on Maori clothing?, John Kennedy OBE
'Creative liturgy' - darker reasons beneath the surface, Fr Ephraem Chifley OP


Volume 4 Number 9 - October 1991 - BUY A COPY HERE

The priesthood: one layman's view, B.A. Santamaria
'Faith of Our Fathers' - still valid for the 1990s, Bishop George Pell
France and the revival of traditional Catholicism, Dr Geoffrey Hull


Volume 4 Number 10 - November 1991 - BUY A COPY HERE

Editorial: When television told the truth, B.A. Santamaria
NCC Anniversary: National Civic Council 50th anniversary celebration, 7 October 1991 - address, Bishop George Pell


Volume 4 Number 11 - December 1991 - January 1992 - BUY A COPY HERE

Editorial: Can the internal schism be solved?, B.A. Santamaria
New Zealand: 'transforming the Church from within', John Kennedy OBE
'Follow your conscience': but what does that mean?, Frank Mobbs