MARGARET ZUCKER, From Patrons to Partners and the Separated Children of the Kimberley: A History of the Catholic Church in the Kimberley, WA, 2nd edition. University of Notre Dame, Fremantle WA, 2005; ISBN 0 9579988-3-X; 253 pages. The first edition of this history was published in 1994 to record the centenary of the Catholic mission in the Kimberley. This second edition contains an additional chapter on 'The separated children' and 'An informal reflection on 30 Years in the Aboriginal Apostolate' by Bishop Christopher Saunders.
GREG DENING AND BARNEY MONGOVEN, Wallumetta. The Other Side. Faith, Life and Worship on the North Shore 1856-2006, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2006; 0 86840 807 3; 32 pages. This compact, lavishly illustrated and lively booklet celebrates the sesquicentary of Catholic parish life on Sydney's North Shore.
M. R. MACGINLEY, A Lamp Lit: History of the Poor Clares Waverley Australia 1883-2004, St Paul's Publications, Sydney, 2005; ISBN 1 921032 00 6; 217 pages. A history of the Poor Clares in Australia and marking the 750th anniversary of the canonisation of Clare.
Proceedings of Brisbane Catholic Historical Society, volume l0 (2006). Brisbane Catholic Historical Society, Brisbane, 2006; ISBN 978-0-9750045-2-4; 253 pages. Contains 12 papers presented to the Society from 2004 to 2006.
CHRISTIAN J. MOE FSC, God Writes Straight on Crooked Lines, De La Salle Provincialate, Sydney, 2007; ISBN 978-009751148-2-4; 137 pages. Christian Moe recounts the difficult beginnings of the De La Salle Institute in Australia.
JEFF KILDEA, Anzacs in Ireland, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2007; ISBN 978 0 86840 877 4; 295 pages. The story of the many connections between Australian and Irish soldiers in World War I--at Gallipoli, the Western Front, in Palestine, and in Ireland.
ROBERT LEHANE William Bede Dalley: Silver-tongued pride of old Sydney, Ginninderra Press, Canberra ACT, 2007; ISBN 1 74027 437 1 ; 423 pages. The first biography of Dalley who was prominent in NSW politics and public life from the 1850s to his death in 1888.
JEAN E. CALDER, Where the Road Leads, Hatchette Australia, Sydney, 2007; ISBN 978 0 7336 2037 9; x + 326 pages. Jean Calder from Queensland recounts her experiences since 1881 in working with disabled children in Lebanon, Egypt and the Gaza Strip.
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