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Parents’ and children’s rights must come first in the classroom

A parent from a Parramatta Catholic school shares his misgivings over his diocese's stance on a proposed change to NSW education law As a parent...

Monica Doumit: Using children as pawns

Radical gender ideology seems increasingly pervasive It was reported last week that a childcare centre in Warriewood West on Sydney's northern beaches had announced to...

Monica Doumit: Keeping parents in the dark

Draft law before the NSW Parliament needs your support Should schools be allowed to hide from parents what and when they are teaching students about...

Parent’s rights focus of NSW education bill

Archbishop Fisher supports affirming parents as the primary educators of their children.

Monica Doumit: ‘Awoman’ a prayer of pure unreality

When madness and injustice rule the roost The heritage-listed McIver Women’s Baths between Coogee Beach and Wylie's Baths has been reserved exclusively for women and...

Dr Kevin Donnelly: It’s time to rehear a prophetic warning

A culture war on the west's liberties and freedom As a result of cancel culture, the imposition of politically correct language and mind control and...

‘Protect the kids!’: Latham launches NSW schools Bill

A radical gender ideology program called ‘Multiverse’ is surfacing in early childhood learning classrooms in New South Wales - often without the knowledge and...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: The gender contradiction

“Dear Father, I have seen several references to a recent Vatican document on gender theory but don’t know anything about it. Can you help...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: The lie of gender ideology

“Dear Father, as a parent I am very concerned about the approach taken in some of our schools, even Catholic ones, to children uncertain...

Kevin Donnelly: Truth is the first casualty of the gender wars

The release of the Congregation for Catholic Education’s publication Male and Female He Created Them: Towards a path of dialogue on the question of...
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