From the Editor
Your king is coming to you. The Messiah would come to the people, humble, on a donkey.
The man and his donkey.
Jack Simpson spent a mere 24 days at Gallipoli, but his achievements have become part of the nations folklore.
Clearing the clutter. Moving house means sorting out what to take and what to leave. The days of Lent offer us a similar opportunity.
The Body of Christ: Thoughts for Holy Thursday.
Its a sad fact , Robin Koning declares, that talking of ordination and priesthood brings to mind betrayal and denial
Christian in name and nature.
One of the early initiatives, 50 years ago, of well-loved editor of Madonna, Herbie Wilkins, was the establishment of the Assumption Sodality for the Sick.
Interview Rosie Hoban
Trish Madigan. A fascination with people of other faiths as a child continues in Trish Madigans work in ecumenism.
Our seventh child.
Teresa Pirola introduces us to Iku, a Timorese 10-year-old who brings inspiration to his Australian foster family.
YOUR DAILY PRAYER MARCH & APRIL. A prayerful reflection on the scripture readings for every day of the month.
The Power of Story Elizabeth Pike
Black man in a white world. The wonderful opera singing of Harold Blair, and his other achievements, may not be so little-known if he had not been Aboriginal.
Edmund Campions Australian Catholics
A wise pioneer. After a rather messy start to adult life, Mary Lewis found the strength and inspiration to transform the Catholic Welfare Bureau.
A new light shines.
The long-lived prayer of the Rosary was given new life when Pope John Paul named a new set of mysteries the Mysteries of Light.
The ointment and the vinegar Peter
Two eloquent items from the story of the last days of Jesus life.
Full of Surprises:
The Bible without Blinkers Anthony F Campbell SJ
David & Joab (2 Samuel 20). Joab pursues the rebel Sheba: a lesson in the politics of power.
Around and about.
News of people and events of interest.
Reviews and comments on recent releases.