Bringing black fish out of darkness

Tilikum                               THE public performance of an enormous wild sea mammal involves exploitation of both the animal itself and t

Remembering the toll of road tolls

At the 2007 ‘Time for Remembering’ service, 336 plates on the steps of Parliament House represented the number of road victims in 2006.

Youth program hit hard

Volunteers at work Twenty-six properties in Yarra Yarra Presbytery are listed for divestment.

Popularised, punished or simply prophetic?

Leaving the screening of the new documentary In Bob We Trust, I think to myself that Father Bob Maguire (pictured), Melbourne’s ‘larrikin’ Catholic priest, has probably just become one of my favourite people.

Sting in the tale

                                Raw, personal and emotionally taxing, Stories We Tell is a documentary that stirs a lingering sentimentalit

Church continues to debate who can say ‘I do’

At a same-sex marriage debate held at a Uniting Church last month, one thing all three speakers seemed to agree on was the fact that marriage is an institution that has undergone significant change.

Covenanting: living up to the promise

By Megan Graham Stories under the ceiling at Narana Victoria Uniting Aboriginal and Islander Christian Congress (UAICC) and the Vic/Tas Synod held a Covenanting and Reconciliation Day at Narana Creations last month.

A good run

Last year, the five people pictured gave their time and energy to raise funds for the Asylum Seeker Project by participating in Run Melbourne, a ‘fun run’ fundraiser held annually in Melbourne’s CBD since 2008.

Children’s hour: White Sunday

‘Jesus called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.