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Nuclear safety can’t rely on divine intervention

The world narrowly escaped nuclear destruction during the Cold War through luck and divine intervention. Let’s make sure that doesn’t happen again, writes Dr Michael Walker

Australia wasn’t named as a polluter in Laudate Deum. We should...

Michael Walker: Australians produce more than three times the average carbon emissions per capita, and even horror bushfires and floods aren't changing our habits

Julie Macken: As a white Australian, I never lacked a Voice....

Julie Macken: My vote for Yes comes from the love I have been shown by family, my own ancestors and this beautiful old country

Archdiocese of Sydney launches Laudato Si’ toolkit to help parishes care...

The kit offers practical ways that individuals, families, parishes and schools, can engage with Pope Francis’s encyclical on the environment

War is a ‘defeat for all’ who take part, so we...

On the 60th anniversary of the landmark peace encyclical Pacem in Terris, Pope Francis has told us that in war, violence is a 'defeat for all'

Catholic bishops call for Australia’s largest national minimum wage increase second...

Archdiocese of Sydney social justice facilitator Dr Michael Walker said a rise in the minimum wage was 'critical' to arrest the decline in workers' real wages

Catholic bodies welcome TPV decision

The archdiocesan Justice and Peace Office has joined Catholic bodies across Australia in welcoming a new pathway for refugees to find a permanent home...

Faith provides a Feast

This year’s Street Feast again celebrated the inspiring work of the Church in its outreach day in and day out to those who are...
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