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Title: Over the Rainbow. "George Pell" by Tess Livingstone, "A Long Way From Rome: Why The Australian Catholic Church is in Crisis" by Chris McGillion (ed) and "The Suicidal Church: Can The Anglican Church be Saved?" by Caroline Miley. [review]
Authors: Rickard, John
Keywords: Australian
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Issue Date: Mar-2003
Publisher: Australian Book Review
Citation: Rickard, John 2003. Over the Rainbow. Review of "George Pell" by Tess Livingstone, "A Long Way From Rome: Why The Australian Catholic Church is in Crisis" by Chris McGillion (ed) and "The Suicidal Church: Can The Anglican Church be Saved?" by Caroline Miley. 'Australian Book Review', No 249, March, 48-49.
Series/Report no.: No 249
Abstract: Just as it used to be said that the middle class was always rising, in recent times it seems as if the churches are in perpetual crisis. And it is now almost a cliché to remark the apparent paradox that, while religion is in decline, the hunger for spirituality is increasing. These three books all present different perspectives on the crisis facing the two largest denominations in Australia: Roman Catholic and Anglican. Each in its own way makes for depressing reading.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/1443
ISSN: 0155-2864
Appears in Collections:No 249 - March 2003

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