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Premier Perrottet and the mathematics of defeat

In Hornblower, the British Admiralty tasks Captain Edmund Pellew and his frigate to remain as a retreat option in case a military campaign in...

Dr Kevin Donnelly: The PM and Christianity

Every decision made in politics and government is informed and influenced by a particular philosophy or belief system As argued by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP,...

Peter Rosengren: Time to make the family our priority

Who will bat for Australian families at the political level? It is entirely legitimate to question whether politics in Australia today is little more than...

Benjamin Conolly: Stop celebrating death

The prolife movement doesn’t need supporters who approve the tragic deaths of our opponents In the age of global news, I find it interesting how...

Fr Peter Smith: Re-establishing our credibility

It is our many good works which should speak for us On 11 January this year, Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane and President of the...

Winning voters of faith back to Labor

We are rebuilding bridges with communities of faith Many of us felt hopeful about the calendar ticking over into 2021 and the opportunities of this...

White House honours anniversary of St Thomas Becket’s martyrdom

The White House acknowledged religious believers everywhere who suffer persecution for their faith, particularly Cardinal Joseph Zen of Hong Kong and Pastor Wang Yi of Chengdu, China, describing them as "tireless witnesses to hope."

Simcha Fisher: When fighting a war, don’t destroy what you’re defending

How to stay human when the whole world seems at odds Long before election day, I gave up trying to change anybody's mind about politics....

Andrew West: Leave Humanities to the pseuds … count the cost

I present a modest little program on ABC Radio National about faith in public life. We do something rather unique, covering the places where politics...

Winners of culture wars will also win the future

What society do we want to bequeath to our children and grandchildren in the years after the coronavirus pandemic? The hell and betrayal of one...
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