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1 - May 2013 - Francis: pope of paradox, Damian Wyld(Subscribers only - please login to view)
Liberal progressive conservative moderate conservative social justice advocate: the labels flew thick and fast.
2 - Jun 2012 - Women Religious: Vatican takes action against dissenting US nuns, Babette Francis
Its hard-hitting report was published in April 2012 criticising the LCWR for its refusal to accept Catholic teaching on abortion human sexuality and womens ordination and for its association with NETWORK (a radical social justice lobby group founded in 1971).
3 - Dec 2011 - Religious education: Different worlds: being Catholic in Indonesia and Australia, Phillip Turnbull
The schools were too busy stressing social justice in isolation from everything else.
4 - Dec 2011 - Schools: St Philomena's school: a beacon of excellence, Alistair Barros
Its origins trace back to the early 1990s when a group of Catholic parents refused to buckle into the education options available to them including local Catholic schools that were characterised by political correctness new age fads dumbed down standards and a faith education preoccupied with self-development social justice and world religions.
5 - Aug 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
Despite these setbacks however he said that Catholic ministries have the duty to faithfully embody Catholic beliefs on marriage the family social justice sexuality abortion and other important issues.
6 - Jul 2011 - Letters: Letter to Toowoomba Chronicle, Zelda Richardson
Bishop Morriss social justice record is excellent but that is not the point is it?
7 - Feb 2011 - Reflection: The great but neglected harvest of inactive Catholics, Joseph Agius
Secular issues such as peace and social justice relief from poverty and hunger or concern for refugees are rightly brought to our attention by the Church.
8 - Mar 2010 - Books: LORETO IN AUSTRALIA, by Mary Ryllis Clark, Katharine Munro
Today many Loreto nuns work throughout the world in projects for social justice in line with their mission of education for all.
9 - Dec 2009 - How to get Vatican II back on track: a bishop's prescription, Bishop R. Walker Nickless (Sioux City, Iowa)
Dualism It has manifested itself in a sort of dualism an either/or mentality and insistence in various areas of the Churchs life: either fidelity to doctrine or social justice work either Latin or English either our personal conscience or the authority of the Church either chant or contemporary music either tradition or progress either liturgy or popular piety either conservative or liberal either Mass or Adoration either the Magisterium or theologians either ecumenism or evangelisation either rubrics or personalisation either the Catechism or experience; and the list goes on and on!
10 - Nov 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
Together we can offer our Christian vision of the family and affirm our concept of social justice of a commitment to protect the environment and to defend human life and its dignity.
11 - Jul 2009 - Life Marriage Family: The secular culture's flawed view of sexuality, Bernard Toutounji
This experience of our first parents is at the heart of the Churchs teaching on sexuality morality and social justice.
12 - Jun 2009 - Events - July: Australian Catholic Students Association: continuing spiritual impact, Br Barry Coldrey
Dr James Franklin University of NSW will speak on the topical issue of Regulating Capitalism: Economics with Social Justice and Dr Tracey Rowland Dean of the John Paul II Institute for Marriage and the Family will also address the gathering.
13 - Apr 2009 - Foundations of Faith: The Mass and private devotions in Catholic life, Br Barry Coldrey
The secular trend encouraged some active Catholics to concentrate their efforts on good works for the marginalised excluded and ignored in their societies; this passion for social justice the mainstream secular society could understand endorse and applaud.
14 - Feb 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
It is estimated that about 45 percent of the bishops teach this position while others teach that abortion should be considered in the context of social justice and life issues.
15 - Oct 2008 - Response: Archbishop Bathersby's concerns over rebel Brisbane parish, Michael Gilchrist
What I was conscious of was certainly the attitude towards the social justice matters over there.
16 - Jul 2008 - Letters: Climate concerns, Dr Brian E. Lloyd
As a Catholic I see social justice in concern for the people of the future.
17 - May 2008 - Green sisters: New-look US religious: Al Gore's latest 'eco-justice' disciples, AD2000 REPORT
Sarah McFarland Taylor an associate professor of religion at Northwestern University and author of Green Sisters: A Spiritual Ecology (Harvard University Press 2007) says shes not surprised that bioneering sisters are early responders to what many consider todays most pressing social justice issue that is the needs of a planet beset by pollution man-made climate change and threatened natural resources.
18 - Apr 2008 - Apostolic journey: Pope's Washington visit will address key issues, Peter Westmore
This challenge addresses them at an intellectual level to accept the Catholic principles of moral and social justice.
19 - Mar 2008 - 40 Years On: Vatican II at its mid-life crisis, Br Barry Coldrey
Certain theologians - claiming inspiration from the Council - had become involved in the armed struggle for social justice along with their people.
20 - Feb 2008 - What the social reign of Christ means today, Bishop Peter Elliott
Ideologies In the past century of ideologies and exaggerated nationalisms it was Christs truth his higher order of Christian ethics and social justice that raised the hearts and minds of so many of our brothers and sisters.
21 - Dec 2007 - Britain: British Catholicism: the salt has lost its flavour, John Haldane
The fading fashion for talk of social justice and the new found favour of environmental concern are not exceptions to this.
22 - Nov 2007 - Liturgical Abuse: Trinitarian language lost in Brisbane Scriptures, Michael Apthorp
Changes are also made to the Creed and often a completely different home-made Australian Creed is substituted with patriotic ecological and social justice themes.
23 - Sep 2007 - New Age: Centering Prayer and other spiritualities: are they Catholic?, Wanda Skowronska
While PALMS has high ideals in evangelising and social justice there would appear to be to say the least some cognitive dissonance in working under a Catholic organisations name and offering a venue for tarot card readings at the same time.
24 - Jul 2007 - Pastoral Plan: Cardinal Pell's blueprint for the future in the Sydney Archdiocese, Michael Gilchrist
education liturgy priesthood and religious life healthcare youth ministry and social justice.
25 - Apr 2007 - Letters: Liturgy: what next?, Franklin J. Wood
The South Brisbane parish while being passionately committed to its understanding of social justice has long-established reputation for presenting do-it-yourself liturgies.
26 - Mar 2007 - Catholic religion courses and the challenge of relativism, Audrey English
Catholic schools are very successful in instilling principles of social justice into students who continue to hold ideas of fair-mindedness and tolerance even when they have abandoned the Church.
27 - Mar 2007 - 'Professional', a lá carte Catholicism and its papier màché schools, Andrew T. Kania
This notion of professional Catholicism connects with Flynns other findings which showed that in many cases the influence of teachers was found to be having a negative impact on students religious beliefs and values as well as on their moral and social justice values (p.
28 - Dec 2006 - Letters: Liberal Catholicism, Paula Gartland
There is even the same rhetoric of social justice which seems to dominate the sermons of many of our liberal priests to the exclusion of all else.
29 - Nov 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
lsquo;Its always easier to talk about social justice or political reform when the target of the reform is out there rather than in here.
30 - Nov 2006 - Education: The Spirit of Generation Y: the challenge for Catholic schools, Cardinal George Pell
How can the truths about life marriage family and social justice be defended?
31 - Aug 2006 - What makes a Catholic university 'Catholic', Father John Coughlin
In particular it contributes to the dialogue by explaining the great wisdom of the Churchs tradition about the value of human life and the need for social justice.
32 - Feb 2006 - Books: Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, Peter Westmore
Industrial Revolution It was only in the 19th century under the influence of people such as the great French layman Frederick Ozanam that the Church began to look closely at questions of social justice particularly in the light of the Industrial Revolution which had transformed societies promising unparalleled wealth for some and delivering new forms of slavery for many others notably in the urban slums which grew up in the great cities of Europe America and Asia.
33 - Feb 2006 - Letters: Homilies (letter), Robert Prinzen-Wood
I have noticed in the homilies of most priests in my local parishes in Brisbane that social justice is everything.
34 - Nov 2005 - National Press Club: Cardinal George Pell on the dictatorship of relativism, Cardinal George Pell
This has tempted some to take for granted values like human rights social justice a fair go and kindness towards the battlers.
35 - Feb 2005 - Events: Thomas More Centre to host US publisher dedicated to Catholic social teachings, Anthony Cappello
John Sharpe will also give a public address in Ballarat as well as a Justice in the Pub lecture at Ballan with teachers and parents on the topic Teaching Social Justice to Children.
36 - Dec 2004 - New Evangelisation: Rebuilding a lost Faith, Fr John Walter
Yet again the transcendent perspective of mans calling in this world has all but been shorn off in otherwise laudable social justice programs that are so short-term they conveniently ignore the Gospel truth that the poor are always with us.
37 - Oct 2004 - News: The Church around the World
The USCCB guide Faithful Citizenship: A Catholic Call to Political Responsibility has been criticised for placing the paramount issue of abortion on a level playing field with other lesser issues like promoting social justice and global solidarity.
38 - Aug 2004 - The Catholic Church and the Greens: why?, Tony Kearney
An early indication of this association emerged in September 2002 when the Catholic hierarchy made the extraordinary decision that the theme for 2002 Social Justice Sunday 29 September should be the Australian environment.
39 - Jun 2004 - Society: Why Chesterton is needed now more than ever, Dale Ahlquist
Conservatives in insisting on correct doctrine and theology have often neglected compassion and social justice which gives a lie to their theology.
40 - Feb 2004 - Letters: Social Justice Statement, John R. Barich
It is unfair of Dr Barr (December-January AD2000) to characterise Richard Egans analysis of the 2003 Social Justice Statement as a thoughtless reaction.
41 - Dec 2003 - Letters: Voice of the Faithful, St Michael's Group
More recently the Newsletter has been focusing on employment professional leadership training for women gender equity Womens Rights (including support for the ratification of CEDAW which promotes reproductive health a euphemism for abortion rights) social justice (including Native Title) and environmental issues such as promotion of the International Year of Fresh Water and of course inclusive language.
42 - Dec 2003 - Letters: Social Justice Statement, Michael Barr
While agreeing with the thrust of Richard Egans article Social Justice Statements: in whose name should they be published?
43 - Dec 2003 - Social Justice Statement 2003: a response from Bishop Saunders
It is unfortunate that Richard Egans article regarding the Australian Catholic Bishops Social Justice Statement (November AD2000) presented such a biased reading of a thoughtful and hope-filled message.
44 - Dec 2003 - VOCATIONS: Melbourne's 'Hearts on Fire' vocations congress a success, Fr Paul Stuart
Workshops Also at the Exhibition Building were workshops on different vocations and topics: the priesthood religious life marriage social justice spirituality Blessed Mary MacKillop and Blessed Pier Giorgo Frasatti.
45 - Nov 2003 - Melbourne on course despite brain drain, Fr Paul Stuart
Dr Pells sense of social justice also saw resources poured into such initiatives as the Mary of the Cross Centre that cares for people and families affected by drug abuse.
46 - Nov 2003 - Social Justice Statements: in whose name should they be published?, Richard Egan
The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference released their latest Social Justice Sunday Statement in September.
47 - Aug 2003 - Catalyst for Renewal Address: The legacy of Vatican II, Archbishop George Pell
On too many occasions the principal energy of some Catholics has been diverted into other areas; for example nationalism being successful keeping the organisation running efficiently concern for social justice or ecology or feminism.
48 - Jul 2003 - Brisbane Synod ends: Archbishop Bathersby to announce pastoral programs, AD2000 REPORT
Ecological concerns By contrast Christian Mission in Daily Life established a framework but few concrete details for carrying out Christian mission in daily lives and social justice.
49 - Jun 2003 - The environment: rediscovering the balanced Catholic perspective, Michael Casanova
The program had a thoroughly ecological focus as did last years Australian bishops social justice statement on the environment A New Earth - the Environmental Challenge.
50 - Mar 2003 - Vatican tells politicians: Don't hide your light, Michael Casanova
There ought to be respect for social justice the principles of human solidarity and subsidiarity Finally the question of peace must be mentioned.
51 - Dec 2002 - Letters: Bishops' initiative (letter), Therese Vassarotti
The pamphlet to which Mr Southern refers is derived from the Australian Catholic Bishops Social Justice Statement 2000 a full copy of which can be found on the Commission for Australian Catholic Womens website www.
52 - Nov 2002 - Letters: Radical feminism (letter), Gordon Southern
Last week I sighted the CACW pamphlet under the heading Commission for Australian Catholic Women and titled The Australian Catholic Bishops Conference - Decisions and Proposals of the Social Justice Statement 2000.
53 - Oct 2002 - Commission for Australian Catholic Women justifies its existence, Michael Gilchrist
They may recall following the Catholic Church Life Survey (1996) the publication three years later of Woman and Man: One in Christ Jesus a 496-page report on the participation of women in the Catholic Church in Australia and the Bishops Social Justice Statement for 2000 based on this document that CACW was formed to help in implementing the Statements proposals.
54 - Jun 2002 - Pope John Paul II on Catholic Action (from Ecclesia in Oceania), Pope John Paul II
It is certain that commitment to social justice and peace is an integral part of the Churchs mission in the world; The Churchs social teaching needs to be taught and implemented still more effectively in Oceania (26).
55 - May 2002 - Catholicism in Australia: facing the challenges of Western secularism, Archbishop George Pell
More importantly for our purposes his policies and writings on many aspects of modern life ranging from the nature of faith and freedom to the theology of the body from social justice to the principles of morality and bioethics have been as effective a challenge to the flabby agnosticism of the English-speaking world as they were to the atheism of the Soviet empire.
56 - Apr 2002 - Adelaide Thomas More Centre address: The key elements of Catholic Action today, Archbishop Philip Wilson
These included their consecration through Baptism and Confirmation the vision of the Second Vatican Council dialogue as set out by Pope Paul VI ecumenism and inter-faith activities the common good of the whole community and the Churchs teaching on social justice.
57 - Oct 2001 - Letters: Church leadership (letter), Mary Daly
Archbishop Pell has also provided leadership in matters of social justice.
58 - Oct 2001 - Cardinal George of Chicago sacks leading 'progressive' liturgist, Michael Gilchrist
Fr Joncas praised Huck for his refusal to let liturgical renewal be divorced from social justice issues his profound gift for crafting language his respect for historical tradition and his sensitivity to what is possible in parish settings.
59 - Sep 2001 - Commission for Australian Catholic Women: Executive members' feminist views, Richard Egan
In their Social Justice Sunday statement establishing the Commission the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference granted the Executive the power to authorise the Executive Officer to undertake any action when it does not seem appropriate for issues to await the next meeting of the Commission.
60 - Jun 2001 - Archbishop Pell installed in Sydney, Michael Gilchrist
The good God and his only Son must not be shunted from centre stage by any human good or activity; not by life issues or family or social justice work or inter-religious dialogue.
61 - May 2001 - Letters: Racism (letter), Helen Daniel
Could it be that despite all the rhetoric one hears from the pulpit about social justice and no to racism that certain sections of the Ballarat Diocese believe in the resurrection of the White Australia Policy?
62 - Mar 2001 - How Archbishop Pell will implement Statement on Women in the Church
Archbishop George Pell has indicated the line to be followed in the Melbourne Archdiocese regarding the Australian Bishops Social Justice Statement on Women in the Catholic Church.
63 - Mar 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
Only so would true social justice equality and proper moral standards be achieved.
64 - Feb 2001 - Letters: Recipe for decline (letter), K. Logan
However the Social Justice segment fails to address the greatest social injustice in the Western world including Toowoomba; nor in the Evangelising Life and Culture section does it address the greatest cultural attitude in need of correction.
65 - Feb 2001 - News: The Church Around the World
Australian Catholic Womens League report Differing views to bishops Social Justice Statement on women expressed A report titled Pathways Forward commissioned by the Catholic Womens League of Australia and based on a questionnaire answered by over 400 CWL members indicates that around 80 percent prefer a body consisting of representatives of lay organisations to advise the bishops rather than individuals who may push their own agenda.
66 - Dec 2000 - Letters: Serious duties (letter), Myles M. Kehoe
The bishops recent Social Justice Statement could better be called injustice - to priests men and most women while the performance of Australian Catholic University in the education and training of Catholic teachers for Catholic schools is deplorable.
67 - Dec 2000 - ACU - when will the 'Statement of Conclusions' be implemented?, Michael Gilchrist
According to The Australian a proposal by one of ACUs pro-vice-chancellors (academic) to introduce some core units that stressed ethics social justice spirituality and the more traditional areas of theology and philosophy prompted a backlash from staff concerned that the university was becoming too religious and that it would be dragged into the politicised culture war associated with Melbournes Catholic Archbishop George Pell.
68 - Oct 2000 - Contentious Social Justice Statement on women's participation published, Michael Gilchrist
A little over 12 months after the release of the 496-page report Woman and Man: One in Christ Jesus has come a response to that reports recommendations embodied in the Australian bishops annual Social Justice Statement launched on 13 September 2000.
69 - Sep 2000 - Ensuring our schools are truly Catholic, Br John Moylan CFC
Correlation Marvelling Flown in his famous large scale studies of Year 12 students in Catholic schools in NSW and the ACT found there is a strikingly significant correlation between faithful religious practice social justice and moral values and academic success.
70 - Sep 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
The full text of the Bishops response to Woman and Man: One in Christ Jesus including details about the Commission will be published in September as this years annual Social Justice Statement.
71 - Jul 2000 - Australian bishops' response to 'Woman and Man' report, Michael Gilchrist
Social Justice Statement on womens participation due in September The Australian Catholic bishops Social Justice Statement for 2000 will focus on womens participation in the Catholic Church in Australia.
72 - Mar 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
In a memorandum dated 22 December 1999 and headed Curia Staff - Areas of Responsibility Bishop Walker advises that Sister Phil Tiernan rscj already due to begin work as diocesan Chancellor in February would also take particular responsibility for such areas as sacramental programs liturgy ecumenism youth social justice and hospital chaplaincy.
73 - Feb 2000 - Letters: Abortion (letter), Patrick V. Healy
On behalf of the unborn I appeal to Fr Brennan to devote his prestige and ability to leading the Fight for Life - the ultimate social justice cause.
74 - Nov 1999 - The Jesuits: 150 years of ministry in Australia, Elizabeth Ledlin
Todays Jesuit centre for social justice based in Sydney and named Uniya after one of those early mission stations draws its inspiration from those hope-filled and courageous efforts of more than a century ago.
75 - Aug 1999 - Vatican II and "Signs of the times": a call for a democratic Church?, Fr G.H. Duggan SM
They contend that the primary object of the preaching of the Gospel should be not to promote the eternal salvation of mens immortal souls but to contribute to the attainment of social justice or international peace.
76 - May 1999 - Victoria's Governor pays tribute to Dr Mannix, Sir James Gobbo
The same was true when he encouraged Catholic laity to involve themselves in public life and social justice causes.
77 - Mar 1999 - John Paul II's successful fourth visit to Mexico, AD2000 Report
Pope addresses the challenges of secularism and globalisation The Popes recent visit to Mexico - and the simultaneous release of a pastoral letter on the Church in the Americas - has signalled a major effort by the Church to address the challenges of secularism - including the declining practice among believers - as well as of globalisation and the implications of this in social justice terms.
78 - Dec 1998 - The right to work: what does the Catholic Church teach?, Bishop Kevin Manning
The Most Rev Kevin Manning is Bishop of Parramatta and Chairman of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council.
79 - Dec 1998 - Thomas More Centre's Sydney Spring School, Anthony English
The keynote speaker was Bishop Kevin Manning Bishop of Parramatta and Chairman of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council.
80 - Sep 1998 - Pope John Paul II's new Apostolic Letter on Bishops' Conferences, Apostolos Suos, Michael Gilchrist
Issues which should concern them include the promotion and safeguarding of the faith and morals the translation of liturgical books the promotion and formation of priestly vocations the preparation of catechetical aids the promotion and safeguarding of Catholic universities and other educational centres the ecumenical task relations with civil authorities the defence of protection in civil legislation the promotion of social justice the use of the means of social communication etc.
81 - Apr 1998 - Obituary: Archbishop Pell's tribute to B.A. Santamaria, Archbishop George Pell
Santamaria a great debt for his leadership in the fight against communism in the unions; for his indispensable contribution in obtaining financial justice for all Christian schools from state and federal governments; for his authorship of fifteen of the Bishops statements on social justice; for his brilliant alliance with Archbishop Mannix where he progressed from the status of a young disciple to being suspected inaccurately of exercising an excessive influence over an ailing and declining archbishop.
82 - Aug 1997 - Participation of Women in the Catholic Church in Australia: an update, Michael Gilchrist
The liberals included a number of Catholic school teachers one of them working at the Catholic Education Office and a woman representing the Rockhampton Social Justice Action Group.
83 - Jul 1997 - Which Catholic women will the Australian bishops listen to?, Michael Gilchrist
Bernice Moore a convenor of Women and the Australian Church explains in an article Let the Women Speak that the PWCC project was born in 1992 when a sub-committee from the independent organisation Catholics in Coalition for Justice and Peace (CCJP) submitted a formal proposal to the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council that they on behalf of the Australian Bishops Conference authorise and finance an independent study researching Sexism in the Catholic Church in Australia.
84 - Feb 1997 - The Catholic Church in Singapore: why is it strong and healthy?, Michael Barr
They might say that the Church needs to be relevant to the modern world and engage in social justice issues in order to flourish.
85 - Feb 1997 - The Catholic Church in Adelaide: Road to renewal? Or decline?, Michael Gilchrist
the wider Church needs to hear the stories; Less sacramental Church more social justice.
86 - Feb 1997 - 'Catholic Church Life Survey': 250,000 parishioners polled, Michael Gilchrist
; or Do you approve of the Australian bishops making statements on public policy issues they see as involving principles of social justice such as economic policy immigration policy or land-rights for Aboriginal people?
87 - Oct 1996 - How the new Catechism can impact on the secular culture, Archbishop Barry J. Hickey
It must be pointed out lest it be forgotten in the discussion of life issues that Catholic moral positions cover the whole range of human behaviour and critical issues from personal sexual morality to issues of social justice.
88 - Oct 1994 - Canberra-Goulburn diocese's 'Gender Inclusive Guidelines', Colin Jory
If in six months or a year the feminist consensus shifts and demands that woman and women be written wimmin - as many radical feminists have long sought - the CEO Guidelines will no doubt be revised to demand this in the name of Christian social justice.
89 - Jun 1992 - Monika Hellwig visits Australia, Michael Gilchrist
(3) To be catholic means not so much to be universal preaching the gospel to the whole world but to witness to social justice and peace by enrolling minority and immigrant students .
90 - Feb 1992 - The Pope's agenda - overcoming the obstacles, Michael Gilchrist
Responses from the worlds Catholics and their leaders and teachers to such admonitions have been mixed occasionally positive - particularly towards his social justice statements - but at times ranging from polite indifference to overt hostility.
91 - Nov 1991 - NCC Anniversary: National Civic Council 50th anniversary celebration, 7 October 1991 - address, Bishop George Pell
As a bishop I must also acknowledge with gratitude the contribution of the President of the NCC Mr Bob Santamaria who for 16 years from 1941 to 1956 was the principal author of most of the Bishops Social justice statements; years before the Second Vatican Council placed social justice firmly on the universal Churchs agenda and when no other English-speaking Bishops groups were regularly teaching on these topics.
92 - Jun 1991 - Encyclical: John Paul II's Memorial to 'Rerum Novarum': a summary of 'Centesimus Annus', B.A. Santamaria
Of this the main features were the loss of freedom of half the European continent to Communist totalitarianism; the consequent vast flow of refugees and of other migrants; the arms race whose economic cost alone made it impossible to realise many aspects of social justice; terrorism and counter-terrorism de-colonisation.
93 - Dec 1990 - Books: Australian bishops tell Catholic teachers what to teach, Msgr John P. Kelly
True in the areas of social justice and the environment the book does insist on working for change but this is not found in its attitude to the dehumanising of the person in the current pop culture.
94 - Feb 1990 - Books: Archbishop Oscar Romero: a modern martyr - 'Romero: a Life', by James Brockman, Paul Gray
In this version the Vatican is portrayed as an ally of the oligarchy opposed in its heart to clerical and lay attempts to advance the cause of social justice.
95 - Dec 1989 - Can Catholic integrity be recovered?, Colin Jory
The formulation of principles of social justice goes well back into Church history; however it was the Pontificate of Leo XIII which first saw a coherent body of Catholic social thought promulgated throughout the Church.
96 - Jul 1989 - Making a revolution by changing the meaning of words, Frank Mobbs
It is to witness to social justice and peace by enrolling minority and immigrant students .
97 - Nov 1988 - The issues facing Australian Catholicism, Bishop George Pell
The important practical consequences were that the softer line against Communism started by Pope John XXIII gained momentum and Catholics particularly in South America and some parts of Asia became more involved in the struggle for social justice.
98 - Jul 1988 - Growth of a 'new church': the Dutch experiment, Michael Gilchrist
Their selective biased interpretations of conciliar documents laid the ideological foundations for liturgy mass media catechetics diocesan administration and social justice.
99 - May 1988 - John Paul II's new social encyclical, Sollicitudo rei socialis, B.A. Santamaria
As the present Pope sees it the Catholic concept of social justice was applied first at the individual level - between employer and worker then to the relationship between the classes inevitably confronting the Marxist concept of class struggle; and was only finally applied to the inter-relationship between nations and indeed between the major regions of the world.
100 - Apr 1988 - A kingdom divided in itself, B.A. Santamaria
These are Catholic academic institutions Catholic faculties of theology at colleges and universities seminaries (primarily order rather than diocesan seminaries) renewed religious orders lay-run base communities independent study and action centres and movements concerned with social justice and the independent Catholic media.
101 - Feb 2013 - Royal Commission: The Church in Australia faces moment of truth, Peter Westmore
102 - Dec 2012 - Culture: Western crisis is spiritual: Russian Orthodox leader, Metropolitan Hilarion
103 - Nov 2012 - Letters: Importance of marriage, Brendan Keogh
104 - Nov 2012 - Worldwide religious persecution continues, Cardinal Timothy Dolan
105 - Oct 2012 - Reflection: The Year of Faith and the Church's missionary role, Fr Dennis W. Byrnes
106 - Feb 2012 - News: The Church Around the World
107 - Nov 2011 - Letters: Atheism, Fr Bernard McGrath
108 - Nov 2011 - News: The Church Around the World
109 - Aug 2011 - Letters: Catholic schools, Fr Brendan Dillon PP
110 - Apr 2011 - Books: TOWARDS A THEOLOGY OF THE ENVIRONMENT, by Paul Haffner, Barry Coldrey
111 - Dec 2010 - Call to Holiness: Facing life issues in love and truth, Babette Francis
112 - Nov 2010 - Homily: Feast of All Saints: Benedict XVI's homily, Pope Benedict XVI
113 - Jun 2010 - Letters: Wake-up call, Fr Bernard McGrath
114 - May 2010 - Culture: The vocation of Christians in public life, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
115 - May 2010 - Culture Wars: Christians uniting to take a stand: the Manhattan Declaration, Bishop Julian Porteous
116 - Apr 2010 - Books: Order books from www.freedompublishing.com.au
117 - Apr 2010 - Letters: Debate needed, Fr Bernard McGrath
118 - Mar 2010 - Books: Order books from www.freedompublishing.com.au
119 - Mar 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
120 - Feb 2010 - Books: Order books from www.freedompublishing.com.au
121 - Feb 2010 - News: The Church Around the World
122 - Dec 2009 - Books: This month's selection from AD Books
123 - Dec 2009 - Letters: Stewardship, Peter Finlayson
124 - Dec 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
125 - Nov 2009 - Books: THE CHURCH AND THE WORLD: Essays Catholic and Contemporary, by John Haldane, Tracey Rowland
126 - Nov 2009 - Foundations of Faith: 'O happy fault': the Christian doctrine of original sin, Noel Roberts
127 - Oct 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
128 - Aug 2009 - Is this where 'progressive' religious life is heading?, AD2000 REPORT
129 - Aug 2009 - Caritas in Veritate: Benedict XVI's social encyclical: public life needs Christian principles, Michael Gilchrist
130 - Jul 2009 - India: Christians in India rejoice at election results, Babette Francis
131 - Jul 2009 - Ryan Commission: Irish report: child abuse in Church institutions, Br Barry Coldrey
132 - Jul 2009 - News: The Church Around the World
133 - Apr 2009 - Red Mass Homily: Catholics as 'bearers of light' in a secular culture, Bishop Peter J. Elliott
134 - Mar 2009 - Books: Labour and Justice, by Gavan Duffy, Peter Westmore
135 - Mar 2009 - The recession and Catholic social teaching, Mark and Louise Zwick
136 - Mar 2009 - Pope welcomes election of new Russian Patriarch Kirill, Michael Gilchrist
137 - Dec 2008 - The decline of British Catholicism: the future?, John Haldane
138 - Oct 2008 - Reflecton: Benedict XVI: the natural family, cornerstone of world peace, Pope Benedict XVI
139 - Oct 2008 - News: The Church Around the World
140 - Jun 2008 - Climate Debate: Man-made climate change is a reality, Dr Alex Gardner
141 - Jun 2008 - Human Rights: China: Olympic rings - or shackles?, Babette Francis
142 - Apr 2008 - Legal Year homily: Truth and the law: legal should also mean moral, Bishop Peter Elliott
143 - Apr 2008 - Christ's commandment: Church's 'primary task' is evangelisation: Benedict XVI, Michael Gilchrist
144 - Feb 2008 - How to reform Catholic education: get the world view right, Chris Hilder
145 - Sep 2007 - 'Thought that has been thought out', John Haldane
146 - Aug 2007 - Society: Defending faith and reason in public life, Eamonn Keane
147 - Jun 2007 - News: The Church Around the World
148 - May 2007 - Documents: Benedict XVI's new document on the Eucharist - Sacramentum Caritatis, Michael Gilchrist
149 - Feb 2007 - Editorial: The Church and globalisation, Peter Westmore
150 - Dec 2006 - Modest dress: Suitable attire for Mass: the moral dimension, Bishop John W. Yanta
151 - Sep 2006 - Books: William Bernard Ullathorne: A Different Kind of Monk, by Judith Champ, Michael Gilchrist
152 - Jul 2006 - Re-mythologising: Narnia - faith and fiction: The parallel world of C.S.Lewis, Msgr Peter J. Elliott
153 - Jul 2006 - Evangelisation: Strong leadership: US bishop Robert Finn shows how, AD2000 Report
154 - May 2006 - News: The Church Around the World
155 - Mar 2006 - Archbishop Hickey: how to address the crisis of faith, Archbishop Barry Hickey
156 - Mar 2006 - Documents: Benedict's first encyclical 'Deus Caritas Est' speaks to the heart of the Faith, Michael Gilchrist
157 - Feb 2006 - New Age paganism's creeping influence within the Church, Wanda Skowronska
158 - Apr 2005 - News: The Church Around the World
159 - Mar 2005 - Books: DOLLFUSS: An Austrian Patriot, by Fr Johannes Messner, Alice von Hildebrand
160 - Dec 2004 - Administration: Cardinal Pell: Church administrators must put Christ's mission first, Cardinal George Pell
161 - Dec 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
162 - Jul 2004 - Eucharistic Adoration: heart of evangelisation, Fr Sebastian Camilleri OFM
163 - May 2004 - News: The Church Around the World
164 - Mar 2004 - Letters: Social Justice Statement (letter)
165 - Mar 2004 - Virtue ethics: Challenging our contemporary culture's flawed worldview, Hayden Ramsey
166 - Mar 2004 - Red Mass Homily: Can Lawyers Be Saints?, Bishop Anthony Fisher
167 - Jul 2003 - Archbishop Hart defends woman in euthanasia case, Peter Westmore
168 - Jun 2003 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
169 - May 2003 - News: The Church Around the World
170 - Apr 2003 - Dr Claudio Betti's inspiring visit to Australia, Peter Westmore
171 - Mar 2003 - Religious faith and modern culture: responding to a secular critic, Bill Muehlenberg
172 - Feb 2003 - Vocations: Sydney seminary growth based on orthodoxy, fidelity, Fr Julian Porteous
173 - Nov 2002 - Independent inquiry exonerates Archbishop George Pell, Peter Westmore
174 - Aug 2002 - Sexual abuse, celibacy and vocations: a response to the Church's critics, Fr Paul Stuart
175 - Aug 2002 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
176 - Jul 2002 - News: The Church Around the World, AD2000
177 - Apr 2002 - Books: The Clash Of Orthodoxies: Law, Religion and Morality in Crisis, David R. Oakley
178 - Feb 2002 - Books: 'Meaninglessness' and today's Western culture, Archbishop George Pell
179 - Dec 2001 - Tenth Synod of Bishops' statement, Michael Gilchrist
180 - Dec 2000 - The 'new breed' of orthodox seminarians, Carter H. Griffin
181 - Oct 2000 - Archbishop Pell: social justice for today's family, Archbishop George Pell
182 - Jun 2000 - News: The Church Around the World
183 - Dec 1999 - Stress Christianity's uniqueness says Pope, Father Bernardo Cerveller
184 - Sep 1999 - Social Justice: Father Winfried's Tanzanian Water Project appeal, AD2000 Report
185 - Jun 1999 - The challenge for religious educators in a secular culture, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
186 - Jun 1999 - Pope John Paul II denounces 'ethnic cleansing', rejects war in Yugoslavia, Catholic World News
187 - Apr 1999 - 1999 Thomas More Summer School: another resounding success
188 - May 1996 - Books: 'Redefining The Church: Vision and Practice', Richard Lennan ed, Fr Ephraem Chifley OP
189 - Feb 1991 - How religion fares in the U.S.A. - Yearbook of American and Canadian Churches, Michael Gilchrist
190 - Jun 1990 - Being a Catholic in 1990: Rev James Murray interviews Bob Santamaria, James S. Murray
191 - Sep 1989 - Christianity: new threats in the aftermath of the fall of Communism, Paul Johnson
192 - Apr 1989 - The Catholic Church in Britain: Piers Paul Read interviewed by 'AD2000', Paul Gray
193 - Feb 1989 - The condition of Catholic teacher training in Australia, Michael Gilchrist
194 - Jul 1988 - 'Humanae Vitae' twenty years after, B.A. Santamaria