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Monica Doumit: Why is Jordan Peterson popular?

“You don’t know much, really.” “You don’t perceive much and you don’t know if what you’re perceiving is the information you need.” “You have...

Inquiry recommends legislation be rejected

A Senate inquiry has recommended that parliament reject a bill seeking to remove exemptions for religious schools from the Sex Discrimination Act. Instead, it has...

Monica Doumit: How to make non-existent things illegal

Earlier this week, a dear friend suggested that I might in future be the patron saint of having to listen to the unbearable. While...

Monica Doumit: Shepherds feed His sheep

“What has been your favourite moment of the World Youth Day pilgrimage?” I was asked this question by a journalist over dinner on one...

Monica Doumit: Our voice for life will not be silent

“We are the pro-life generation.” Out of all of the chants that rang through the National Mall in Washington DC at the beginning of the...

WYD pilgrimage 2019: First stop Washington

The first full day of the Sydney Catholic Youth pilgrimage to World Youth Day began with a visit to the Saint John Paul II Shrine in Washington DC.

Monica Doumit: Licence for decisive inaction

Spending part of my 2017/2018 summer break assisting in the drafting and reviewing of submissions, preparing for the public hearings in February, and waiting...

Monica Doumit: This birth dispels all darkness

Anyone who has the privilege of spending any time in an office or a car with me during Advent knows that I love a...

Monica Doumit: Beatle’s vision a childish illusion

“Imagine there’s no heaven; it’s easy if you try. No hell below us; above us only sky.” So begins John Lennon’s famous Imagine anthem. I...

Monica Doumit: Birth certificate Bill is the fruit of marriage redefinition

A new bill, if passed, would go a long way towards making Tasmania a gender-neutral state.
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Palliative care experts welcome NSW funding boost

Palliative care experts have welcomed the state government’s plans to boost the sector with an additional $743 million in funding over the next five...

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