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Brothels and Regulatory Laws

THE publication of Bishop Morris's balanced and incisive statement on prostitution and the prostitution legislation in Queensland was like a breath of fresh air to those of us who have accepted statutory responsibilities in the implementation of the legislation...

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Echoes of a Poet’s Mind

This week's People story is on Irish poet and author John O'Donohue (pictured), who visited Brisbane recently to promote his third book, Conamara Blues, a collection of poems about his home country in the west of Ireland...

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Quiet Faith of a Public Leader

This week's People story is on the Archbishop of Canberra and Goulburn, Frank Carroll (pictured), who grew up in a small rural community, never dreaming of holding such a prominent position within the Australian Church...

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Guns in School

ALMOST every few weeks, there are fresh reports that another child has been injured or killed as a result of a schoolyard shooting in the United States...

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Kids Need to be Taught Faith

I WOULD agree with Mr Mullins of Albany Creek (CL 18/3/01), there are many confused parents in our parish communities wondering where they fit into the Catholic world...

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Among the People

IT'S a sad thought, but in today's consumer-driven world, more people congregate in shopping centres than in church...

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Greed Factor Proved a Winner

YOUR front page article headed "Voters Revolt" (CL 24/2/01) was interesting in its assessment of the recent state elections in that it demonstrated the government was returned by the "greed factor" not on its performance or policies...

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Ecumenical Vocation

This week's People story is on Bishop Michael Putney (pictured) who will be installed as the new bishop of Townsville on March 27...

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