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  • Charles Gordon O’Neill – a remarkable life

    Charles Gordon O’Neill – a remarkable life by Bishop Anthony Randazzo Bishop Terry Brady recently gifted me with a copy of the biography of Captain Charles Gordon O’Neill written by Stephen Utick. I must confess, I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.  As the subtitle says, his was a “remarkable life”....
  • Religious freedom expert warns tyranny is imminent

    THE TYRANNY OF TOLERANCE Threats to Religious Liberty in Australia by Peter Kurti – Paperback, 200 pages, $29.95 ISBN: 9781925501483 Religious believers and their beliefs are an essential part of public debate and Australian society but freedom to live in accordance with belief is threatened by a ‘new sectarianism’,...
  • Book Review: What Does It All Mean?

    Book Review: What Does It All Mean? A Guide to Being More Faithful, Hopeful, and Loving By Fr Richard Leonard, SJ Paulist Press, Strathfield ISBN 10: 0809106418 Fr Richard Leonard SJ is one of the world’s best-known Catholic film critics. He is also known for baptising Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull,...
  • Book Review – Freedom in the Spirit: An Ignatian Retreat with Saint Paul

    Freedom in the Spirit: An Ignatian Retreat with Saint Paul Brendan Byrne, SJ 978-0-8091-4994-0 216 pages   5-3/8″ x 8″ Paperback   Fr Brendan Byrne SJ has taught New Testament at Jesuit Theological College, Parkville (Melbourne), Australia, for over three decades, within the University of Divinity (Melbourne), of which he...
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