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Religious exemptions to NSW conversion therapy ban a ‘sincere’ attempt to...

Faith leaders have cautiously welcomed religious exceptions in the NSW government's proposed conversion therapy ban, which offer protection for ministries that help people to live in accordance with their religious beliefs

‘Please don’t look away,’ detransitioners plead

“Please don’t look away. I ask you: how many harmed young people is acceptable collateral?” Judith Hunter pleaded with MPs at a forum held in NSW Parliament last week.

Faith groups relieved as Greenwich “Equality Bill” debate delayed

Parliamentary debate over the 'extreme' legislation has been delayed until March after community concerns from faith groups

Can Dai Le be a new voice in the West?

With enough flair to balance tradition and novelty, Dai Le is a different kind of Catholic politician When analysing the factors that won Dai Le...

Toxic Warning

Australia’s first and oldest parliament, described by those in power as a cornerstone of our nation’s democracy is today in disarray, caught in a...

Euthanasia victory a dark day for NSW: Archbishop Fisher

Euthanasia legislation has passed the NSW Parliament, with Archbishop Anthony Fisher describing it as “truly a dark day for New South Wales”. The Voluntary Assisted...

The body language of death: NSW’s euthanasia vote

Conscience votes are described as those of “moral or social significance” that “generally reflect morally and socially divisive issues of the time”. When members...

Hostage to the woke brigade

According to the NSW Electoral Commission, the electorate of Sydney had the fewest number of votes cast in the most recent state election.

Euthanasia committee splits

The NSW Legislative Council inquiry into Independent MLA Alex Greenwich’s proposed euthanasia laws has “elected not to take a position on the bill”, after a 4-4 split on the Standing Committee on Law and Justice was resolved by Chair Wes Fang MLC’s casting vote.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP to the NSW parliamentary inquiry into euthanasia

Here is the statement given by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP on Friday 10 December to the NSW parliamentary inquiry into euthanasia.

Zoe’s law Plan B ‘not good enough,’ say critics

Pro-life leaders welcomed a renewed push to recognise the death of unborn children in criminal cases when a pregnant mother is injured or killed...

Don’t let this tragedy happen, warn civic, religious leaders and doctors

Voluntary Assisted Dying (VAD) laws threaten to turn Australia into a two-class society, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has warned.
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