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Whatever the outcome in this election, the religious freedom issue is...

Religious discrimination is proving to be the dead issue that won’t stay buried, with both Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese...

Dear Australian politicians: back the family and you win

We can only applaud Paul Kelly, The Australian’s editor at large, for his assessment of the current election campaign last weekend. Of specific importance...

German Catholic memo to Down Under: tread carefully with Plenary

After Pope Francis’ general audience on 5 January, a delegation of German Catholics approached the Holy Father and pressed a document into his hands. The...

From the aggressive to the bizarre: MPs grill prelate over Religious...

The Federal Government’s Religious Discrimination Bill would not introduce a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy around divorce, sexual orientation or other attributes, representatives from...

Have Christmas on God’s terms – and yours

Now that Christmas is here it is worth reflecting on what it does not mean. It does not mean stress, dealing with a thousand...

Faith key to country’s stability

Speaking at the launch of Ethos, a new ACU event series discussing public ethics and the future of Australia, Chris Uhlmann said Australia faced...

Cautious support for religious freedom law

Religious leaders offered qualified support to the Federal Government’s Religious Discrimination Bill, set to be released this week and tabled in Parliament, but are...

Plenary voices: Fr Anthony Percy

The new buzz word is ‘Synodality.’ It means ‘walking together.’ ‘Walking’ is, as we well know, a symbol of the moral life. The letters of Paul...

Plenary voices: Warren Featherstone

I’ve listened to all sorts of wonderful input but I’m still led back to a certain point. The motif of Vatican II was to read...

Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay: Reflections on the Plenary

I will begin by saying that my experience in this first session of the Plenary was as beautiful as it was challenging, and there...
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By Lois M Collins Elizabeth Bruenig makes no apologies. Not for her progressive politics, not for her Catholic faith and certainly not for having children...

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