In this month's TMA

March 2018

• “Remembrance, hope and healing”: a special report on how Victorian Anglicans have joined their local communities in commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Black Saturday bushfires

• An interview with the Revd Nigel Pope, a former Anglican Dean of Calcutta who is now Priest-in-Charge of St Paul’s Geelong

Coverage of the Melbourne Diocese’s ordination of deacons in February, including interviews with two of the new deacons

• “Christ calls us to radical service”: an interview with “Australia’s most famous teacher”, Eddie Woo

 Bishop George Browning and the Revd Peter Corney OAM respond to the Banking Royal Commission, and reflect on the wider culture that has contributed to the misdemeanours it revealed

• Adelaide’s former Archbishop Ian George remembered

• The Revd Dr Chris Mulherin speaks with Mr Rinaudo about theology and agriculture, the challenges of cross-cultural development and more.

• In our Heroes of the Faith series, a tribute to Marilynne Robinson, whose novels “constitute a profound witness to the importance for human beings of sacred tradition and religious practice”, writes Nigel Jackson.

 - And much, much more...

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