Return to The Inn
As soon as I walked in the front door I felt a surge of memories of women and children I met here all those years ago… Are they safe?
Let’s wage a ceaseless and relentless war
Who is winning the war? In our war-torn world you might well ask, “What war”? says Sister Mary McDonald.
The flickering candle
I am in awe of the human capacity to survive, let alone the Christian capacity to forgive. Hope is stirring, writes Sister Elizabeth Murray.
“It has the power to bring us closer together”
It’s nearly a year since Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples made the historic “Uluru Statement from the Heart”. But what’s happened since?
Urgent plea for all to help end Manus crisis
“The time has come to end Australia’s inhumane and unsustainable policy of offshore processing…”
Of friends, faith and fellowship
We were united by our difference as much as our communion, writes Beth Doherty.
Celebrating refugees and those who support them
Hear from four sisters about their experience supporting refugees and asylum seekers in Australia.
How are things in Glocca Morra?
Home is our sanctuary, our safe haven, our Glocca Morra, writes Roisin Kelly.
Small kindnesses from many
Alison Brook explains why she’s a big fan of Neighbour Day.
Stepping out of my comfort zone
Before setting out, I was uncertain about the journey ahead of me, but I have returned home and to school with a renewed sense of self and an understanding of...
A policy that diminishes us all
Anyone who describes asylum-seekers – regardless of how they got here – as “illegals” is guilty of perpetuating a big lie, writes Hugh Mackay.
To be a pebble in the shoe of people with power
Labour exploitation in Australia is a massive problem and becoming worse. And it’s not like our parliamentarians are unaware of the facts, writes Good Samaritan Sister Sarah Puls.