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Monica Doumit: The new State of hostility takes shape

Victoria leads the way in implementing laws to ensure Christians and their churches have fewer and fewer rights It’s hard not to feel for our Victorian...

Monica Doumit: Believers dumped, law by law

A disturbing pattern is emerging in NSW This Sunday, 26 September 2021, will be two years since the awful abortion till birth laws passed in...

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.

Kevin Donnelly: Dear PM, honour your pledge

Action on religious freedom is overdue and necessary While the Scott Morrison government is losing support because of its patchy response to the China virus...

Religious freedom restricted worldwide, says report

ACN report on religious freedom shows effect of COVID By Cindy Wooden and Marilyn Rodrigues More than half the world’s population experiences restrictions on religious freedom...

[email protected] with John Steenhof, human rights lawyer

Meet the man helping Christians caught between faith and the law, who is busier than ever.

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."

Faith leaders, parents sound alarm on conversion therapy bill

Warning of potential for harm to individuals and families Melbourne Archbishop Peter A Comensoli has warned that an extreme draft law to ban gay conversion practices in Victoria would have...

Ten years jail for praying in Victoria

The Victorian government for reaching new heights and depths of totalitarian control over citizens’ behaviour
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