Brian and his beloved cat visit an animal welfare clinic run at Wesley Uniting Church in Melbourne. Once a month, volunteer vets and vet nurses from Pets in the Park use the church to provide free veterinary services for animal companions of Melbourne’s homeless population. Click here for the full story.
Highlights this month include:
A family staves off, for now, the cruel threat of separation.
Church leaders condemn the political and media tarring of African migrants.
No church, no problem for this unstoppable dynamic duo.
How a homesick Native Canadian helped transform a tiny town’s church.
Bill Pugh on the silent solidarity of cancer treatment waiting rooms.
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