Mormons 'baptise' prominent late Australians, including former prime ministers Robert Menzies and John Curtin, bushranger Ned Kelly and cricketer Don Bradman.
- by Ben Schneiders
What the Prime Minister envisages is a law to permit Christians engaged in trade or commerce to refuse service to queer people.
- by Catherine McGregor
A third of Australian teens have 'no religion', but it's more nuanced than that.
- by Andrew Singleton, Anna Halahoff, Gary D Bouma & Mary Lou Rasmussen
The Archbishop of Canterbury, the most senior cleric in the Church of England, denounced the gig economy as "evil" and accused Amazon of "leeching off" the UK.
- by Thomas Penny
In a world in which natural disasters and inhumane injustices often seem to overwhelm us, a single person can still make a difference.
- by Evelyn Heard
The Australian Catholic Church’s Truth Justice and Healing Council has “urged” the use of a quota mechanism to give women decision-making roles at all levels of the church.
- by Joanne McCarthy
The cathedral at Amiens is a soaring Gothic monument that was once a place of pilgrimage.
- by Elizabeth Quinn
Believers must be allowed to practise and teach freely, which is what they believe is under threat in contemporary Australia.
- by Denis Dragovic & Barney Zwartz