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We should find the centre of our spiritual lives beyond the code, deeper than the code, in networks of living concern, which are not to be sacrificed to the code, which must even from time to time subvert it. This message comes out of certain theology, but it could be heard with profit by everybody.

Charles Taylor, A Secular Age
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The Yarra Institute has been in contact with Fr Kevin Mogg about his long involvement with the Catholic and other agencies involved with service delivery in Victoria. Ms Anne Tuohey has extensively interviewed Fr Mogg not just about the development of CSSV, but Fr Mogg’s role in developing prison ministry, seminary education, and the implementation of the renewal of the Second Vatican Council.

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