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In Season and Out, Special Feast (ePUB)
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Father Grimm is a Maryknoll Missioner with 40 years experience in Asia mostly Japan, but Hong Kong and Cambodia as well. In that time he has come to deepen his appreciation of the distinctiveness of the message and person of Jesus Christ even in circumstances and among people that Jesus could never have known or imagined. Learn More

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In Season and Out, Homilies for Year C (ePUB)
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Father Grimm is a Maryknoll Missioner with 40 years experience in Asia mostly Japan, but Hong Kong and Cambodia as well. In that time he has come to deepen his appreciation of the distinctiveness of the message and person of Jesus Christ even in circumstances and among people that Jesus could never have known or imagined. Learn More

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In Season and Out, Homilies for Year A (ePUB)
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Father Grimm is a Maryknoll Missioner with 40 years experience in Asia mostly Japan, but Hong Kong and Cambodia as well. In that time he has come to deepen his appreciation of the distinctiveness of the message and person of Jesus Christ even in circumstances and among people that Jesus could never have known or imagined. Learn More

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InterfaceTheology Vol 1/1 2015 (ePUB)
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1. Christian Churches and the Jews in the Third Reich: Words and Silences Peter Matheson
2. Congar’s Initial Proposals For Vatican II, Translated by Joseph A Komonchak CUA
3. The Implications of the Cosmology of the Prologue for Johannine Eschatology
Kathleen P Rushton
4. Visual Language and the Religious Aesthetic in the 21st Century
Angela McCarthy
5. The Evolution of the Sexual Abuse Crisis
Kieran Tapsell Learn More

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Aquinas Academy 1945-2015: A Very Personal Australian Story (ePUB)
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This book tells the stories of women and men of the Aquinas Academy, a centre of adult education in Sydney founded in 1945 by an Australian Marist priest, Austin Woodbury. The book places the personal narratives within the social, cultural and intellectual landscape of Australian Catholicism spanning seven decades. Chapters trace the founding vision of the academy as a Catholic institution of higher education affiliated with Saint Thomas Aquinas’s university in Rome, the expansion of programmes of adult spirituality across the eastern Australian states and the growing place of contemplative and mystical prayer in a church rediscovering its spiritual core. Combining archival research and conversations with former students and staff about childhood, war, family and the struggles to make sense of losses and loves, the Aquinas Academy is a story ultimately about adults learning to grow up. Learn More

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Islam: Its Beginnings and History, Its Theology and Its Importance Today (ePUB)
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Terrorism is the threat of the age, or so we are told, and inevitably associated with it is the word ‘Islam’. The notion of the ‘Muslim terrorist’ has become a colloquialism in Western media. Interestingly, in all the history books about the Second World War, the phrase ‘Christian fascist’ is rarely seen in spite of the fact that skewed Christian theologies were used liberally by the Nazis to further their hatred. This points to a blind spot in Western understanding about the ways in which religious (and non-religious) ideology can be mutilated to serve hateful ends. We think we see it in Islam but we can’t see it in ourselves. This book is dedicated to uncovering the many understandings of Islam we lack and the many misunderstandings we need to overcome.

‘Since 9/11 there has been much confusion and animosity towards the Islamic world. With few exceptions, even the scholarly world has not tried to understand the complexity of Islam and its close relation to Christianity and Judaism. On the other hand, it is quite disturbing to see the carnage perpetuated by some Muslims who least understand Islam.
This book will be an asset to students and scholars trying to understand the essence of Islam and its true nature.’
Abul Farooque, Adjunct Senior Lecturer
School of Education, Flinders University of South Australia

‘This is an important book in many ways. It takes aim at the prevalent ignorance of Islam in the West and offers a distillation of years of scholarship in an attempt to encourage “enhanced literacy about Islam”, to remedy the “poor understanding of Islam by the West” by portraying Islam as “part of the Western story”. The authors point out that there is as much ignorance about the origins and significance of Islam among Muslims as among Christians, making the case that such ignorance is dangerous in the present situation but can be overcome if Christians learn to understand “the essence of its [Islam’s] theology” and the ancient roots of the relationships between Arabs, Jews and Christians.’

John D’Arcy May, Dr Theol (Münster), Dr Phil (Frankfurt), FTCD
Adjunct Professor, Trinity College Dublin, Australian Catholic University,
Monash University, University of Divinity (Melbourne) Learn More

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Enjoy the Good News: A New Testament Guide (ePUB)
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After more than 50 years as a lawyer, having been a clerk, Judge’s associate, barrister, solicitor, law teacher, and five various types of judicial officer, Alan Hogan decided to retire, in order to do something different.
He obtained a Masters degree, majoring in Biblical Studies, at the Catholic Institute of Sydney. He was astonished at how little he had known about the fundamental documents of his religion. Learn More

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A Year with Luther (ePUB)
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Athina Lexutt was born in 1966 and holds a doctorate in theology. She is professor of Church History in the Institute for Evangelical Theology at the Justus Liebig University of Giessen, Germany. She also teaches in the Faculty of Evangelical Theology of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main.

Jeffrey Silcock was born in 1949 and holds a doctorate in theology. He lectures in systematic theology at Australian Lutheran College/MCD University of Divinity, North Adelaide, where he serves as Associate Dean for Research. Learn More

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Tomorrow's Church Today (EPUB)
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Michael Kelly is an Australian Jesuit living in Thailand where he leads UCA News, the Asia wide news and information service for the Catholic Church. He has worked in journalism, video production, radio broadcasting and web publishing since the 1970s. Learn More

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Child Sexual Abuse, Society, and the Future of the Church (EPUB)
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Contributors include Alan Cadwallader, Australian Catholic University, Canberra; Anne Drummond, Melbourne; Denis Minns OP, Sydney; Christopher Gergharty, Sydney; Michael Kelly SJ, Bangkok; Michelle Mulvihill, Sydney; Michael Trainor, Catholic Theological College, Adelaide and Bernard Treacy OP, Dublin.
Editor: Hilary D Regan, publisher, ATF Press, who has edited Christ and Context (T&T Clark), Science and Theology (T&T Clark), and Faith Matters (ATF Press). Learn More

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