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Born in Melbourne in 1929, Veronica Brady became one of the first Australian nuns to teach in a university, broadcast on radio and in socio-political debate. She became an Associate Professor at the University of Western Australia in 1991, and has spoken out publicly against the Vatican stance on abortion, homosexuality and contraception.
(1994, 26 mins) A Film Australia National Interest Program.
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