Monday, October 25, 2010

What Ho, Fr Denton! Rector of Domus Australis!

[caption id="attachment_4379" align="aligncenter" width="400" caption="Fr Anthony Denton"][/caption]

Oh, I say. Talk about falling on your feet! Fr Anthony Denton, our one time Vocations Director here in the glorious See of Melbourne, has been dubbed the first "Rector of Domus Australis".
"Fr Denton is currently completing a doctorate in Dogmatic Theology in Rome, is a keen historian, speaks fluent Italian and has an insider's knowledge of Rome and the Vatican city," Archbishop Hart said.

Cardinal Pell agreed. "We are very fortunate to have a priest like Fr Denton in this role," he said, adding that Domus Australia would continue the long established Church tradition of providing accommodation for pilgrims in holy places and that it would also be a religious and cultural centre for visitors to Rome.

"A centre such as this requires an outstanding priest with energy and vision and we look forward to Fr Denton working with us in this role," the Cardinal said.

I can't wait to visit Rome again - and hopefully this time I will be able to stay at Domus Australis and experience the hospitality of the Rector. He certainly can't complain, in this new role, that people are "dropping in on him" from home. I hope that he finds time to complete his doctoral studies. Something about Eastern ecclesiology, if I remember correctly...

In the meantime, have a gizz at this video - no mention of the new Rector, unfortunately.


At Monday, October 25, 2010 6:22:00 pm , Anonymous Kyle said...

Fr Denton is certainly missed here in Melbourne.

At Monday, October 25, 2010 6:47:00 pm , Anonymous jules said...

Can someone please post the email and postal address of Domus Australis. Thanks

At Monday, October 25, 2010 7:41:00 pm , Anonymous jules said...

Thanks Kyle, I will definitely visit and possible stay there next year. It's so close to the RomaTermini. It's 66e for a single room-and that's cheap!

At Monday, October 25, 2010 7:42:00 pm , Anonymous Gareth said...



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