The birth of the National Council of Priests of Australia

Ed Campion attended the Hunters Hill Convention of priests from across Australia in 1970 which spawned the idea of a national association of Catholic priests that would become the National Council of Priests (NCP) the following year. As NCP celebrates 50 years, Ed offers his reflections on the event first published in Report No 46, 22 May, 1970. Reprinted with permission.

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