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JESUS: According to the Gospel of Luke (CD-ROM and Book)

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 Contents - Aug 2003AD2000 August 2003 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: 'Do this in memory of Me' - Peter Westmore
Documents: Ecclesia in Europa - Pope challenges Christians to re-evangelise Europe - Michael Gilchrist
News: The Church Around the World - AD2000
Bioethics: End-of-life decisions: the moral issues at stake - David Perrin
US research survey: younger priests are generally more orthodox - AD2000
Catalyst for Renewal Address: The legacy of Vatican II - Archbishop George Pell
Church architecture: overcoming iconoclasts and cult of ugliness - Larry Henderson
Is Pope John Paul II canonising too many saints? - Michael Casanova
Priesthood: Clerical celibacy 'for the sake of God's Kingdom': the Church's teaching - John Young
Letters: Catholic hymns (letter) - Noel Decker
Letters: Beautiful hymn (letter) - Therese F. Sellick
Letters: Confession (letter) - Joe Slowiak
Letters: Papal infallibility (letter) - Fr Brian Harrison OS
Letters: Sex education in SA (letter) - Kevin McBride
Letters: Martyrdom ignored - Tom King
Letters: Orthodoxy? (letter) - Brian Dethridge
Letters: Pantheism (letter) - Fr G.H. Duggan
Letters: New Mass (letter) - Kevin Beck
Letters: Lourdes appeal (letter) - Jenny Davies
Books: Will Catholics be Left Behind, by Carl Olson - Envoy Magazine (reviewer)
Books: The Divine Primacy: The Bishop of Rome and Modern Eastern Orthodoxy - Fr Peter Knowles OP (reviewer)
JESUS: According to the Gospel of Luke (CD-ROM and Book) - Roberta Wilson (reviewer)
Priests 24/7 : A video documentary - Michael Gilchrist (reviewer)
Books: Great books at the best prices!
Reflection: The Apocalypse: proclaiming the final victory of Christ and His Church - Fr G.H. Duggan SM

JESUS: According to the Gospel of Luke
(CD-ROM and book, 2000, 72pp, $24.95. Available from AD Books)

Cardinal Jaime Sin, Archbishop of Manila, wrote: "I wholeheartedly recommend Millennium International Foundation's Jesus, a Catholic film based on the Gospel of Luke. I enjoin everyone, especially families and young people to watch this film and be touched once again by the loving presence of Jesus".

In addition, this excellent film, created for the Great Jubilee of the year 2000, has been highly approved and recommended by Pope John Paul II: "I invoke God's blessing upon this initiative and I cordially impart to you the Apostolic Blessing."

Jesus is now available as a CD-ROM (accompanied by a hard cover book) that can be viewed in its entirety on a computer.

The film follows the Gospel of Luke as we travel through the story of Jesus, from the Annunciation, the birth of John the Baptist, and the birth and childhood of Jesus. Then it takes us through Jesus' public life, the miracles, following on then to his Crucifixion and Resurrection.

Here we are brought closer to Jesus' genuine humanity as he makes himself one with his people, sharing in their sufferings.

Among the many who have been deeply touched by this film is Jenny Ong of Singapore: "After watching the film Jesus, I was converted from a free-thinker to a Catholic. Throughout the whole movie, I was captivated by Jesus' life, but was deeply touched by the scene where Jesus was being baptised by John the Baptist. Heaven opened and a voice said "This is my beloved son, listen to him." That scene stood up as a personal invitation by Jesus for me to come to know Him. That night I cried, tossed and turned and was not able to sleep. Soon after I was baptised."

Roberta Wilson manages 'AD2000' subscriptions

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 16 No 7 (August 2003), p. 18

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