Catholics and Catholicism in contemporary Australia : challenges and achievements / edited by Abe W. Ata Ata, Abe W

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Ata, Abe W
Catholic Church.; Catholics.; Australia.
Education and pastoral care - Interfaith, inter-ethnic and cross-cultural dialogue - Identity - gender - Civil engagement - Catholic identity - Chinese catholic community in Sydney - I nterfaith dialogue - Muslim- Catholic relations - The church, spirituality, health care and ethics - The media - Family and identity - The Australian Catholic University - The clergy, religious congregations and the community. Over the last 60 years, the Catholic community in Australia has undergone dramatic changes. The outcome of these changes in society and the Church is that today's Catholic community looks very different from that of the 1950s. Author from Melbourne University.
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