Walk for refugees

Vic/Tas moderator Sharon Hollis has described Australia’s treatment of people seeking asylum as a national shame ahead of this year’s Palm Sunday Walk for Justice for Refugees on

Indigenous Visions

Review by NICK MATTISKE BOOK | OUR MOB, GOD’S STORY: ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER ARTISTS SHARE THEIR FAITH  | EDITED BY LOUISE SHERMAN AND CHRISTOBEL MATTINGLEY IN one of

Border Farce

Review by NICK MATTISKE BOOK | VIOLENT BORDERS | BY REECE JONES | VERSO IN 2015, 3700 people died trying to enter Europe.

Silver celebrations at St Albans

THE congregation at St Albans Uniting Church recently celebrated 25 years of worship with a special service on 26 February.

The face of friendship

DEB BENNETT Rhanee Tsetsakos (nee Lester) is used to teaching people about her Indigenous culture.

Home truths

Review by NIGEL TAPP BOOK | CRIMES OF THE FATHER | BY TOM KENEALLY | PENGUIN RENOWNED author and former seminarian Tom Keneally is no stranger to writing about the Catholic Church

Letters to the editor – April 2017

Judge not … RESPONDING to Dennis Litchfield’s letter (Crosslight, March 2017), who complains firstly about the statement “Crosslight seeks not to denigrate other denominations or f

Failing the most vulnerable

I have read three books over the last few weeks – two works of fiction and one non-fiction – all with a common thread, the treatment or mistreatment of children.

Space race triumph

Review by ANN BYRNE FILM | HIDDEN FIGURES | PG IT’S about time – and it’s about space. It’s about gender and it’s about race.