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Terry Fewtrell

About Terry Fewtrell

Terry Fewtrell is a long-time resident of Canberra and long-term Catholic. Terry led the consultation process initiated by C0ncerned Ccatholics of Canberra Goulburn and was lead author of its submission to the Plenary Council. He has written various articles and opinion pieces on church reform and other topics for the Canberra Times and other journals. His book, George, Elise and a mandarin – Identity in early Australia, was shortlisted and highly commended in the 2018 ACT Literary Awards

Wattle as Nation Brand – Enjoy the glow, love the symbolism

The recently announced Nation Brand, featuring an Aboriginal-inspired golden wattle blossom, is the latest recognition of our national floral emblem. The Nation Brand initiative is an opportunity for our emblem, with its ancient past, to lead us into a confident … Continue reading

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National Plenary Council Discernment Reports.

The purpose of the Discernment reports is, seemingly, to inform the development of an agenda for the formal sessions of the Plenary Council of the Australian Catholic Church. The documents are important in determining the success or otherwise of the … Continue reading

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