In search of an archetypal theology with Fr Eugene Stockton...
In this second conversation with Fr Eugene Stockton to introduce an extended investigation into the theological insights common to all religions, Catholica editor, Brian Coyne, quizes Fr Eugene about the different ways in which the indigenous peoples he has encountered view life and the world in different ways to Western people.
recorded 2 July 2012
In the continuation of this conversation which we will publish next Thursday, Fr Eugene begins to provide some of his insights into Aboriginal spirituality and the different ways in which the indigenous people relate to one another, to their land, and to the spiritual forces they perceive shape their life.
Brian Coyne, 19 July 2012
What are your thoughts on this commentary?
©2012Eugene Stockton and Brian Coyne
The telling of the story of the Cox is a de facto peep into the vast area of the southern Blue Mountains. The watershed of the Cox covers the area from Katoomba to Kanangra Walls, from the Jenolan Main Range to King's Tableland/Bimlow Tableland. Cox's River has its rise on the Great Dividing Range at Piper's Flat. In a (generally) southerly then easterly course it cuts a great trench through the Blue Mountains for a distance of ninety miles until it joins the Wollondilly River.