Maronite Church and Youth Identity in Australia: At the Crossroads
Taouk, Youssef, Ghosn, Margaret, Steel, Anthony and Butcher, Jude. (2012). Maronite Church and Youth Identity in Australia: At the Crossroads. Australasian Catholic Record. 89(3), pp. 299 - 310.
|Authors||Taouk, Youssef, Ghosn, Margaret, Steel, Anthony and Butcher, Jude|
The Maronite Church, situated in the See of Antioch, had its origins in Syria, soon followed by its expansion to Lebanon. The Maronite Synod (2003-2006) distinguished aspects of the Maronite Catholic Church as: firstly, an Antiochene Syriac Church, with a special liturgical heritage; secondly, a Chalcedonian Church; thirdly, a Patriarchal Church with an ascetic and a monastic aspect; fourthly, a Church in full union with the Apostolic Roman See; fifthly, a Church incarnated in her Lebanese and Eastern environment, and the Countries of Expansion.
|Journal||Australasian Catholic Record|
|Journal citation||89 (3), pp. 299 - 310|
|Web address (URL)||http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=757289459615113;res=IELHSS|
|Page range||299 - 310|
|Research Group||Institute for Advancing Community Engagement|
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