Giving thanks

PENNY MULVEY Stanley and his goat present a captivating front page. His infectious happiness somehow invites us to share his pleasure.

Conversation or conflict? 

PENNY MULVEY Crosslight published a letter from Rev David Brown with the heading ‘Learning from Islam’ in our October edition.

Noisy gongs and clanging cymbals

PENNY MULVEY Have you ever considered what a respectful conversation might sound like? This might seem an odd question if you are always respectful.

Locked out even in laneway

PENNY MULVEY When is an alcove a home? Sadly, it is more often than any of us would like to imagine as we enjoy the comfort of four walls and a cosy bed.

Word wise

By PENNY MULVEY Political correctness is defined by Wikipedia as follows:  “commonly abbreviated to PC, is a term which, in modern usage, is used to describe language, policies, or measures which are intended not to offe

Church leads the way

PENNY MULVEY The ABC is once again inviting Australian voters to participate in the online civic engagement tool, Vote Compass, in the lead up to the July federal election.

Foundations for the future

By PENNY MULVEY The apostle Paul, in the final chapter of his letter to the Romans, draws attention to the many people who assisted him on his journeys proclaiming Jesus Christ.

Lessons from Holy Saturday

By Penny Mulvey As you read this, you will have travelled the journey of Lent, felt the grief of Jesus’ death on the cross, and joined with others to celebrate that Christ has risen, the cornerstone of Christian hope.

Challenging bias

PENNY MULVEY International Women’s Day (IWD), held on 8 March for the past 105 years, had its origins at an international conference of socialist women held in Copenhagen in 1910, which had, as its foremost aim, internat