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Joseph Hardwick

charity work. Nurturing a sense of shared responsibility – and common purpose – among disparate populations was difficult, as droughts spotlighted the widening cultural and political differences between town and country touched on in Chapter 3 . 8 Rural residents wrote to newspapers to condemn ‘city people’ who cared little about the country and had ‘no idea what a drought is’. 9 Only in late twentieth-century droughts, Michael McKernan thinks, has a sense of ‘spiritual and cultural interdependence’ – the feeling

in Prayer, providence and empire
Carmen Mangion

above without dialogue or consultation. Now obedience comes from each one in the group in a spirit of interdependence .’ 76 In 1965, Cardinal John Carmel Heenan, Archbishop of Westminster, acknowledged at the Annual General Meeting of Superiors that ‘at a time when the Church is undergoing a crisis of authority’, convent leaders needed to be very clever in order to avoid the extremes of either allowing people to do exactly what they like or refusing to acknowledge the changed conditions. It is foolish for anyone in authority to expect subjects to have the

in Catholic nuns and sisters in a secular age