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Parish revitalised

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 Contents - Aug 2004AD2000 August 2004 - Buy a copy now
Editorial: New challenges for Catholic education - Peter Westmore
Pope's representative reminds Australian religious leaders on liturgy abuses - Archbishop Francesco Canalini
News: The Church Around the World
Getting serious about orthodoxy: an American bishop shows how - Michael Gilchrist
Catholic politicians and informed conscience - Bishop Michael Sheridan
Bioethics: Embryo stem-cell research: time for a moral benchmark - Christopher Pyne MP
The morning after pill - Bishop Anthony Fisher
History: Catholic education: triumph over adversity - Cardinal George Pell
Carnivale Christi: Whatever happened to beauty in art? - Paul Fitzgerald
The Catholic Church and the Greens: why? - Tony Kearney
Letters: Missal translation - Pastor David Buck
Letters: Hymn parody - Peter Hannigan
Letters: Casual trend - Gina Voskulen
Letters: Parish revitalised - Br Con Moloney CFC
Letters: Threats to family - Gordon Southern
Letters: Abortion - Anne Boyce
Letters: Relearning needed - Anne Lastman
Letters: Gospel dates - Jack R. Nyman
Books: DANIEL MANNIX: Wit and Wisdom, by Michael Gilchrist - Hermann Kelly (reviewer)
Books: A Guide To The Passion Of The Christ : 100 Questions - Fr Scot Armstrong STL (reviewer)
Books: Interview with the author of 'The Da Vinci Hoax' - Carl E. Olsen
Books: More new titles for 2004 from AD Books
Reflection: Why teaching in a Catholic school is far more than a profession - Fr Dennis Byrnes

Congratulations on the July issue of AD2000. I feel it contains several excellent articles, particularly those by Fathers Camilleri and Trese.

I would like to highlight several points made by these priests, but space does not permit. Let me share just one such point that impressed me.

Fr Camilleri tells that he was given charge of a spiritually run-down parish and how it was revitalised by his introduction of an hour's adoration before the exposed Blessed Sacrament, each day of the week.

Father concludes his article with, "Over the following month, the roster of adorers kept increasing, until upwards of twenty parishioners attended each day, with an inspiring follow-up of improving Mass attendance on Sundays. Within twelve months, this once spiritually run-down parish had been transformed."

Congratulations Fr Camilleri! Keep up the wonderful work you are doing for the Lord.

BR CON MOLONEY CFC
Nudgee College
Virginia, Qld

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Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 17 No 7 (August 2004), p. 15

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