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Minns prays for peace with the Palestinian community

Sydney’s Palestinian Christians said they were “optimistic” about peace in the Holy Land after NSW Premier Chris Minns and other civic leaders joined their community for Mass presided by Bishop Robert Rabbat on 26 May.

Monica Doumit: Oatlands memorial shows new life blossoms forth from tragedy

Seeing little Selina Abdallah playing at the launch of a memorial to her family's tragedy was a sign that grace can bring light out of darkness, writes Monica Doumit

Monica Doumit: Minns Labor’s first real test to protect religious freedom...

It’s Groundhog Day. Again. This past week, it was announced that the NSW Law Reform Commission would conduct an inquiry into the NSW Anti-Discrimination Act.

Faith groups hopeful new NSW Labor government will invest in religious...

Updated: Spokespersons for the National Civic Council, St Vincent de Paul Society, Archdiocesan Justice and Peace Office and Australian Christian Lobby welcome the new Labor government

Teen with disability touches politician’s hearts

A 16-year-old teenager who appealed to Premier Dominic Perrottet and Opposition Leader Chris Minns to do more for people with hidden disabilities, says he...

Victoria-style ‘conversion ban’ for NSW: Labor

NSW Opposition Leader Chris Minns has pledged to put an end to LGBT conversion practices if he wins the next election, but Christian policy...

Perrottet, Minns to address faith leaders in leadup to NSW election

Premier Dominic Perrottet and Opposition Leaders Christ Minns will both address two town hall meetings hosted by NSW faith communities and Better Balanced Futures...

Monica Doumit: Robust dialogue benefits us all

Healthy Church-State debate brings issues into focus clearly I was privileged to be amongst the invited guests to the dinner with NSW Shadow Cabinet last...

Parents hang up. Families ban kids’ mobile phones

A network of Catholic parents in Sydney’s south have banded together to ban their children’s access to social media and smartphones until at least Year 9.
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