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At various times during his coadjutorship he urged the Catholics of New South Wales that only the church could arrest the 'advancing darkness' of materialism which he saw afflicting modern society.
The foundations of this achievement were laid during the short period of his coadjutorship, when he had to tread a dangerous line between his obedience to Polding's wishes as ordinary, the mission which had been entrusted to him by Rome, and his own aspirations for the spiritual renewal of the Sydney archdiocese.
Other authors who have dealt with elements of Vaughan's coadjutorship at greater length are Christopher Dowd, Rome in Australia: The Papacy and Conflict in the Australian Catholic Missions, 1834-1884, vol.