The Bishop of Durham has attacked the Home Office for rejecting an asylum seeker after it quoted the Bible to argue Christianity is "not a peaceful religion".
- by Gabriella Swerling
'The right to meet safely without fear': Morrison to announce security upgrades at places of worship
Scott Morrison will announce $55 million in community grants to toughen security at mosques, churches, synagogues, temples and religious schools.
- by David Crowe
Artists like Bob Marley and Eva Cassidy were no strangers to suffering, yet were convinced that evil and hate would not prevail.
- by Clare Boyd-Macrae
Mormon Brad Harker was 40 before he could come out as gay. He says he was ‘’shamed’’ by the church and subject to explicit sexual questioning from a young age.
- by Ben Schneiders
Life is full of gaps that many people struggle to close.
- by Jim Pilmer
Laws compelling priests to break the seal of confession and report child sexual abuse to police are due in parliament before the end of the year.
- by Adam Carey
Politicians couldn't resist a Mike Willesee interview request - if only because they thought one day they might best him.
- by Letters to the editor
The role of the school chaplain is set to vanish in ACT public schools, but those in the job say students and staff will now miss out on vital extra support.
- by Sherryn Groch
We need to step outside if we are to appreciate the damage one earthy species continues to have on all others.
- by Julie Perrin