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Leading religious freedom scholar visits ACT

Leading religious freedom scholar Professor Helen Alvaré will deliver this year’s Tim Fischer Oration in Canberra next month. The visit of this courageous advocate for conscience protections comes in the wake of the Calvary Hospital takeover and increasing pressures on religious freedom in Australia.

Back in your box: Archbishops slam planned changes to the 2026...

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has backed Archbishop Timothy Costelloe SDB’s fight against the Australian Bureau of Statistics which wants to effectively wipe religion out of the next Census.

Mar Emmanuel will ‘show face of Jesus’ in wake of murder...

“I think Bishop Mari will forgive the person who did this but will also expect him to be judged under the law,” Fr Lenard Ina, a neighbouring priest who knows Mar Emmanuel well, said the day after the attack.

Premier, PM call for unity after declaring Mar Emmanuel stabbing a...

NSW Premier Chris Minns has confirmed the stabbing of an Assyrian Orthodox clergyman in Wakeley last night was a “terrorist act,” after convening a council of religious and community leaders overnight to call for calm.

The latest “Folau moment” shows what’s needed from a real discrimination...

NSW Swifts netball star Samantha Wallace-Joseph had a “Folau moment” this week after objecting to President Joe Biden declaring Easter Sunday to be Transgender Day of Visibility and quickly issued an apology. If the government’s proposed new religious discrimination bill won’t protect the likes of Wallace-Joseph, Monica Doumit asks if there is any point to them at all?

Law reform recommendations on religious schools lack common sense

The Australian Law Reform Commission’s inquiry on religious schools, the first commissioned by Labor, has offered the conclusions Labor sought—hence the prime minister’s desire to shut down further discussion. But the ALRC’s recommendations don’t pass a common sense test, writes Monica Doumit

Religious freedom laws in question again after schools inquiry report pushed...

The Federal Attorney-General, Mark Dreyfus, has extended the reporting deadline for the Australian Law Reform Commission's controversial religious schools inquiry, from today to 31...

Praise for WA couple’s religious discrimination win

Perth couple Byron and Keira Hordyk hope that their five-year religious discrimination battle against a foster care agency will give hope to all Christians...

WA decision overturns discrimination against Christians

Perth couple Byron and Keira Hordyk hope that their five-year religious discrimination battle against a foster care agency will give hope to all Christians...

Kevin Donnelly: Is this Dan’s tipping point?

In the career of every political leader there comes a tipping point where voters suddenly realise the politician no longer deserves their support. In...

Monica Doumit: The plan to crush freedom of faith in the...

You may have read recently that San Francisco’s Archbishop, Salvatore Cordileone has prohibited the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Nancy Pelosi, from...

Monica Doumit: When pollies appear like visions

Christians and their faith are increasingly irrelevant or open to dismissal by politics - except when their votes are needed There is a convention in...
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