2318 K Tue 23 Jul 2002
There is a courageous statement in The Age today by Virginia Haussegger:
It appears three times in The Age, highlighting its significance:
Today I read Chapters 2 and 3 of Hugh Stretton's Economics: a new introduction. Both are about causes and effects. On page 17 there is a summary:
There are many causes of Virginia Haussegger being childless. She has selected "feminist mothers" as a main one.
What were the causes of the available instituted lectors at Sunday's Mass at St Patrick's cathedral not reading, when the liturgical books say they should? I brainstormed a list of 30 causes. Its an interesting process that hopefully gave me a better understanding of the problem and brings a solution closer.
Posted by J.R. Lilburne, 23 July 2002. Extract from Hugh Stretton, "Economics - a new introduction", UNSW Press, 2000, page 17.