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04:08 pm | A call to ecological conversion Peter Whiting Pope Francis’s encyclical seeks a new dialogue on shaping the future of the earth. Peter Whiting comments that this dialogue certainly needs to occur between those…Jun 29 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
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Pope Francis & the Abbott government.
Blessed Oscar Romero.
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Jesus and the Dreaming: Australian Spirituality through Aboriginal-Christian Dialogue.
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Andrew Chan & Myuran Sukumaran & the death penalty.
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10:47 am | Former senior public servant, John Menadue, explores how values are the foundation of good governance, allowing clarification about broad principles which can then be shaped into policies to be concretised in specific programs. He gives an assessment of current efforts to ensure fairness and equity, freedom, citizenship, stewardship of resources, and ethical responsibility in government.…Jun 2 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
03:58 pm | In a series of articles, The Australian newspaper has strongly criticised the new encyclical Laudato Si: On care for our common home by Pope Francis as being wrong about climate change and ignorant about economics. Editor-at-large, Paul Kelly, on 24 June charged that the Pope’s language was ‘almost hysterical. Profound intellectual ignorance is dressed up…Jul 24 2015 / No Comment / Read More »
11:02 am | By Bill Frilay. The International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL) – the NGO leader on this issue – estimates that around 4,000-5,000 people were maimed or killed by landmines last year alone, and that millions more suffer from the agricultural, economic, and psychological impacts of the weapons. They estimate that there are still tens of…Sep 12 2012 / No Comment / Read More »
04:08 pm | A call to ecological conversion Peter Whiting Pope Francis’s encyclical seeks a new dialogue on shaping the future of the earth. Peter Whiting comments that this dialogue certainly needs to occur between those who shape high policy, such as national governments and the UN. But, just as urgently, it needs to occur at the level…Jun 29 2015 / No Comment / Read More »