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With variety and breadth, these essays celebrate the 800th anniversary of the foundation of the Dominican Order as well as the richness in Catholic thought and praxis during the past hundred years around the world. Their themes range from Yves Congar's view of the hierarchy to Jacques Loew's theory of ministry in the workplace. Ideas from thinkers interacting with Islam and Judaism lead on to a theology of refugees. A book for those pondering theology amid history and culture.
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About the Author
Marie Crowley has had a lifelong association with the Sisters of St Joseph, Perthville. Most of her professional life has been spent in teaching. She holds a Masters Degree in Theology (Melbourne) and in 2009 was awarded a Ph D by the Australian Catholic University for her exploration into the relationship between theology and art. Her previous books are: Women of The Vale: Perthville Josephites 1872-1972 (2002), The Carmelite Nuns of Parkes (2009) and Except in Obedience: the Diocesan Sisters of St Joseph in Victoria (2013).