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Australian letters

11 July 2015

9:00 AM

11 July 2015

9:00 AM

Heavenly choir

Sir: Having just read Christopher Akehurst’s article on Pope Francis’ recent Road to Damascus-like conversion to Gaiaism, he doesn’t venture an opinion as to whether in his newly-found enthusiasm for (cue: angelic chorus song issuing from On High…) Sustainability. if are we to expect that the Pope will now sanction birth control as a means of preventing overpopulation; that, surely being one of the greatest threats to our continued (angelic chorus repeats…) Sustainability on this planet.

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