In this month's TMA

July 2019

• “Quality, not quantity, of connections the key to combating loneliness, isolation”: a report on the latest Archbishop’s Conversation

• Interviews with the Anglican Primate of Myanmar, Archbishop Stephen Than Myint Oo, and a former Bishop of Dunedin, Bishop Kelvin Wright, both of whom were in Melbourne recently to speak at clergy conferences

• Archbishop Philip Freier’s calls for a pastoral response as Victoria becomes the first Australian jurisdiction to permit Voluntary Assisted Dying

• The Revd Tim Costello concludes his time at World Vision with a plea to Australians and the Federal Government for greater generosity on foreign aid

• An interview with self-described “contemplative-active” Sr Elisa Helen CSC, who after 10 years at Christ Church Melton is to take up the post of Vicar of the historic St Paul’s Bakery Hill in Ballarat

• A special feature on Science Week at St Paul’s Cathedral

• Details of a new booklet published by the Doctrine Commission of General Synod on marriage and same-sex relationships

• National Aboriginal Bishop Chris McLeod says that Christians can lead the way in our nation’s healing, in an extract from a lecture he gave in St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane as part of National Reconciliation Week

• In our “A Book That Changed Me” series, the Revd Dr Bob Mitchell, CEO of Anglican Overseas Aid, describes how Jürgen Moltmann’s Theology of Hope has informed his work in international aid and development, and encouraged him to see that work in light of God’s “transformative vision for the world”;

 - And as always, much, much more...

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