Today marks the 27th International Day of Families since it was established by the UN 1993. Families are the most important institutions in the world, when the family breaks down the impact is felt across all facets of life. Conversely, a strong family unit gives each individual within, the greatest opportunity to fulfill their potential and become pillars of their...

With Mother's Day coming up on Sunday the 10th of May, the Majellan has dedicated this week to all the amazing mothers in our lives. Over the next few days we will be posting some of our most loved articles about mothers, from past issues of the Majellan magazine. We sincerely hope you enjoy them! A Mother's Day Wish Suvi Mahonen -...

Last week we posted about the RSL's idea to 'Light up the Dawn' - a unique Anzac day service out the front of our homes. In the following days we received some very welcomed responses from our readership. One we'd like to highlight was from Patricia O'Keefe, who wrote to us about a hero of the 2nd world war, her...

This Saturday, on Anzac Day, for the first time in its 93 year history, there will be no dawn service to observe together in person. We can, however, still honour the memory of the brave soldiers and service people that sacrificed their lives for our country. Over 75,000 Anzac families lost an irreplaceable part of their family. Many of these heroes...

The media keeps updating us minute by minute about the impact of COVID-19 here in Australia and around the world. We can’t escape the news. The coronavirus is severely impacting every aspect of our lives: lockdowns in countries and cities everywhere. Everything has changed, rescheduled or even canceled. Our movements are limited, and we are physically distanced from one another. The...

Spiritual nourishment in a time of crisis   This is a truly difficult time with the Covid-19 pandemic causing a worldwide health crisis.  It is also affecting how we live and work and make ends meet as a family and a community. It is creating a spiritual crisis too. With Churches and other places of worship in lockdown, regular access to familiar spiritual...

Our popular 10 for promotion is running from now until 30 April 2020.You can choose up to 10 titles from the range of almost 40 and pay only $20 including postage to Australia. In New Zealand please add $5.00 for postage.  While stocks last.  Offer ends 30 April 2020. [wpforms id="4836" title="false" description="false"] We may replace an ordered book with a similar title...

Majellan Media in Brighton is mourning the tragic passing of our marketing and media officer, Steven Barnes. Steven’s sudden passing has been felt deeply by all of us at Majellan, we feel as we have lost a family member.. While he was only with us for a short time, he left a lasting and indelible impact and will be sadly...

  David Ahern There was a lot of publicity in the lead up to the climbing ban on Uluru in late October. The traditional owners, the Anangu, had long argued for a ban, claiming the rock was culturally and spiritually sacred to them.   News stories in the final weeks centred on the thousands of tourists who were keen to scale the monolith’s mighty heights before the ban took effect. And many did line up in their thousands for one last chance to climb Uluru.  Most Australians were reportedly ‘comfortable’ with the decision to prohibit climbing but there were some...