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How do we put the vision of Pope Francis expressed in Evangelii Gaudium into practice at a parish level? Answering that question was the underlying purpose of the Proclaim 2014 Conference held in August 2014 under the auspices of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference.
I was privileged to attend all three days of this momentous Conference and took copious notes at each
Kindle Edition, 111 pages
Published January 4th 2015 by Catherine Cavanagh
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One of my happy memories from school years is going as a family to library of a Saturday morning and borrowing an armful of books. I have read while waiting for buses, while on trains and well into the wee hours of the morning if I couldn't put the book down. Due to being practically useless until I finish a riveting book of fiction, I read far more non-fiction these days.
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