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Stefan Gigacz

Stefan GigaczStefan Gigacz, who has just returned to Australia after living in France, is researching a history of the impact of Marc Sangnier's Sillon (Furrow) movement on later Catholic lay movements.



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I am editor at large of Continuum International Publishing, and would like to contact the author.

JUSTUS GEORGE LAWLER | 01 January 2009  

I would like to contact Stefan Gigacz to discuss some of the implications of lay involvement in church administration (eg holding responsible positions in dioceses or parishes) and the interpretation of new evangelisation as solely witnessing to the faith in the workplace and family life.

Steve Atherton | 24 September 2012  

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