Imprint: Australian Scholarly Publishing

Format: Paperback
ISBN: 9781740971522
Released: November 2008
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Divine Discontent – The Brotherhood of St Laurence: A history

By Colin Holden and Richard Trembath

Founded in 1930 as an Anglican male religious community, the Brotherhood has a continuous history of contributions in three major areas of welfare—employment, poverty and housing. Over the years, the Brotherhood has undergone dramatic changes that are documented in this book—the first comprehensive history of the charity. It is a well-told story of innovation and controversy, and one that captures the nature and significance of much of the Brotherhood's work.

 

Categories: Australian History

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