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Candidates pitch to voters of faith

As voters across NSW prepare to cast their vote in the March 25 election, a number of candidates have been pitching directly to faith...

We don’t serve Catholics!

Imagine you are planning a wedding at St Mary’s Cathedral because, let’s face it, it’s the most beautiful church in the country.

Work in wokeness

The Perrottet Government needs to “grow a backbone” and follow through on NSW religious discrimination laws now that the Federal bill has failed ...

Christians must wait as laws are put on hold

The NSW Government will not outlaw religious discrimination until at least next year, after decades of waiting for the much-needed reform.

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.

Sydney Archbishop addresses NSW Parliament on Religious Freedom

Human rights are not a “zero sum game,” said Sydney Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP to NSW Parliament

‘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...

Remedy for a double standard in NSW law

Bill would make NSW anti-discrimination law consistent Without very much fanfare, a very significant bill was tabled in the NSW Parliament last week.  The Anti-Discrimination...

Catholic leaders back religious freedom bid

Bishop Umbers and others applaud attempt to implement Ruddock Review recommendation in NSW.

Bid to protect freedom against unfair claims

Proposed changes to NSW anti-discrimination laws could be brought to Parliament as early as June.

Call to resist prayer ban in Parliament

Opposition against a plan to ditch the public praying of the Our Father is growing.
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