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Sydney Catholic Schools’ survey of religious attitudes and practices – what...

A biennial survey of thousands of Sydney Catholic Schools students provides important insights into the ‘religiosity’ of young people.

Dallas McInerney: Faith beyond measure

The Catholic Church in this country has never represented its strength on a per capita basis The five-yearly Australian Census is an important service conducted...

Fertility’s freefall hastened by pandemic

The new census data will provide better insight into why our fertility rate is in freefall, said the lead scientist of a longitudinal study...

Census: atheism on the rise

By Adam Wesselinoff and Debbie Cramsie For the first time in Australian history fewer than half of us identify as Christians, with “no religion” likely...

Census 2021: Don’t let anyone tell you you’re not a ‘real’...

Around National Census time, there is none more evangelical than the various atheist organisations.  Not content with recording their own lack of religious belief...

Believe in Jesus? Then identify as His

Many Christians, perhaps most, through most of history, have not “practised”, in the sense of going to church on Sundays, or have practised only...
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