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The neglect of this tradition has done immense damage to Catholic moral theology with the Church becoming fixated on the morality of using condoms in HIV/AIDS situations instead of the immorality of genocide, warfare, inhuman poverty and ecological issues about the fate of the earth.
by Max Charlesworth

After the energy, excitement and ground-breaking documents of the 1980’s have the wheels fallen off our ecumenical endeavours?
by George Ripon

Genius hearts
Flawed lives.  About urgent tasks.  The job of changing the world sits easily upon them.
by Terry Monagle

Chapters such as that on the rise of neo-Puritan Anglicanism in Sydney are a good read for the not-so-philosophically minded, in a new James Franklin book.
by Alan Gill