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Despite social changes, France is still deeply rooted in Christianity, sociologist...

Specialising in the relationship between democracy and religion, Philippe Portier, a French academic professor and political scientist, is not surprised that secularised France is so interested in rebuilding Notre Dame Cathedral in the nation's capital.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: We can be friends even with God

Today Christ makes it clear that we can be friends even with God, as if we were God’s equals, sharing a common life with him.

Breaking silence on Christian persecution

For the Martyrs annual March in DC will take place on 27 April to draw attention to the ongoing crisis of persecution of Christians around the world.

True Detective: Night country shows the post-Christian imagination is bleaker than...

It’s unfair to compare True Detective: Night Country to the show’s sublime first season. But it’s impossible not to, if only to show how much bleaker the post-Christian vision has become in the last decade

Q and A with Fr John Flader: Jews and conversion

I work with a Jewish man who shows great interest in the Catholic faith, but at the same time feels attached to his Jewish...

How can we navigate conflict as Christians this year?

I never liked playing team games. Mainly because I was half-blind, large and slow, but also because I didn’t enjoy being part of a...

A birth that invites contemplation of all

The question at the heart of Christmas two thousand years after the birth of Christ in a small town in a far-flung corner of...

New network seeks to accompany non-Catholics

Two Catholics with backgrounds as pastors in other Christian traditions have launched a network to offer friendship and confidential support to people who, as...

Monica Doumit: Weeding believers out of public life

A spurious ‘investigation’ and an Opposition leader terrified of the media that launched it equals the latest lesson from Victoria: don’t let those nasty...

Dawson Centre hosts first Sydney Dinner

The renaissance of interest across all ages and backgrounds in the importance of Christianity and its contribution to civilization was on display as Sydneysiders...

A Christian revival

In a prestigious speech in the US, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has set out his vision for a renewal of faith in troubled times “For...

Queen Elizabeth II: a monarch of faith, grace and nobility

The Bible is ambivalent about monarchy. The kings of the earth threatened the security of Israel, and the people long resisted having their own...
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