If you’re excited by legal changes that have social and moral significance, these are exciting times. There has not been so much on the political agenda, I’d say, since the ‘seventies. Then, having got past the Vietnam War, we seemed quite suddenly to have a raft of social change legislation.
Father-to-be James Beverley shares some thoughts in the month when fatherhood comes into focus.
Welcome to Spring and to Father’s Day. As we walk, ride or drive around, or just sit and look out our windows, we can’t help but notice the growth of new leaves, buds and spring flowers.
This article draws on the recently released Australian Catholic Social Justice Council Occasional Paper on “The Human Face of Homelessness”.
A full copy of the paper can be purchased from the ACSJC http://www.socialjustice.catholic.org.au/
For the regular readers of this message, you would be aware that I mostly put my thoughts into words on a Sunday evening. Today is no different, except I have had a different sort of day, because Allen and I went to see a movie, The Eagle Huntress, directed by Otto Bell, at the Regal Theatre at Birmingham Gardens.