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Monica Doumit: We all need to protect the Seal

I tell people sometimes that the Second Coming will happen in either Ontario or Victoria. It may be more of a joke than a...

Monica Doumit: Protecting the next Folau

With federal parliament resuming on Monday, attention will no doubt turn to the government’s Religious Discrimination Bill and the move to provide some small...

Peter Holmes: Stand up for faith but hold the outrage

By Peter Holmes Another week, another lynch mob howling for the sacking of a public figure after he said something they didn’t like. Not so long...

Interfaith leaders accept apology for radio comments

Muslim and Christian leaders have accepted an apology by radio host Kyle Sandilands for his disparaging remarks about the Blessed Virgin Mary last month...

Real faith protection call

Australia needs effective religious freedom laws but is unlikely to get them if they do not resist a movement seeking to “send religion to...

Religious schools under fire

This case reveals that the introduction of same-sex marriage was just one step in a much longer campaign to force compliance on everyone, including churches and church-run institutions.

Faith schools under threat

Religious schools are under threat of activist-backed legal cases said Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP.

Confession challenge made law in Victoria, Tasmania

Priests in Tasmania and Victoria will now face possible jail terms if they do not report information regarding child sexual abuse made during the...

The Left’s two standards on religious faith

Kristina Keneally’s argument that Prime Minister Scott Morrison should “show what Christian leadership looks like”

Monica Doumit: Freedom bill way too foggy

It’s been almost two years to the day since then- Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull promised that there would be religious freedom protections contained in...
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