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Website Review: AD2000 - a journal of religious opinion

A review based on: http://www.ad2000.com.au

Description

AD2000 is Australia's largest circulated religious monthly and has been published by the Thomas More Centre in Melbourne since 1988. AD2000 reports on issues in the Church in Australia and around the world, giving particular importance to vocations to the priesthood and religious life, liturgy and liturgical abuse, Eucharistic adoration, Catholic education, Church art and architecture, and the writings and teachings of the Holy Father and the Magisterium. This site has over a thousand articles on a large variety of topics.

Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?

First Evaluated: 03/29/2001; Last Updated: 08/25/2013

  1. Fidelity: Excellent
  2. Resources: Excellent
  3. Useability: Excellent

Strengths

Weaknesses

None Reported.

Categories

Institutions > Religious Communities
Persons > Popes
Catholicism > Liturgy
Institutions > Church

More Information

Website Established: 04/17/01
Thomas More Centre, Melbourne, Australia
Michael Gilchrist, Editor
35 Whitehorse Road
Balwyn, Vic 3103
Australia
61 (03) 9816 0800
61 (03) 9816 0899 (fax)
editor@ad2000.com.au

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