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    Helping Frank Brennan

    • Jim Wallace
    • 02 February 2010
    5 Comments

    The Australian Christian Lobby never claims to represent the views of all Christians any more than the Greens represent the views of all tree-lovers or Fr Brennan represents the views of all Catholics — just ask Cardinal Pell!

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    Lessons from the Parliament of the World's Religions

    • Herman Roborgh
    • 05 January 2010
    2 Comments

    Other religions need not be a threat. As the Dalai Lama said, the problems facing the world are related to the ego and the emotions. And all the religious traditions of the world provide a path to confront one's selfishness and emotional struggles.

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    Malcolm Turnbull's blinding clarity

    • John Ryan
    • 30 November 2009
    2 Comments

    Turnbull has forced his party to see thereis no way forward without serious internal reform. Maybe he will not beable to lead them on, but while lesser members seem blinded byseemingly irrational caution, Turnbull has called the game with ablinding clarity.

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    Towards a national conversation about marriage

    • Mick Mac Andrew
    • 26 November 2009
    2 Comments

    I cannot accept that marriage is only about the recognition of people who love, however deeply, one another. The Commonwealth Government should instigate a genuine information campaign about marriage and allow all opinions to be tested against a rigorous criteria.

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    Bringing theology home to the academy

    • Gerard Goldman and Terry Lovat
    • 24 November 2009

    It has been suggested, but surely not seriously, that the public university’s prime motive in including theology among its disciplines might be around financial benefit.

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    CPRS a vital lever

    • Damien Quinnell
    • 19 November 2009

    Right now, Australian’s elected politicians will decide our fate when they vote on one of the most important pieces of legislation to come before the Federal parliament in recent history. All of us will be directly affected by what is about to happen when the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) is re-introduced into Federal Parliament.

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    Obama's 'Not Bush' Nobel not good

    • Michael Brull
    • 27 October 2009
    4 Comments

    Everyone progressive, liberal and leftwards breathed a sigh of relief at the end of two long Bush Administrations. I too share the hope for change from the Bush era. Sadly, Obama's not the change we're looking for.

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    In defence of people smugglers

    • Chris Bisset
    • 15 October 2009
    4 Comments

    Kevin Rudd calls them the 'vilest form of people on the planet'. How dare these impoverished, yet slightly entrepreneurial fishermen let their social consciousness blind them from considering the interests of white Australians?

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    We’re not racist, we're just havin' a larf!

    • Meaghan Paul
    • 09 October 2009
    10 Comments

    I applaud Harry Connick Jr for pointing out the error in our Australian way of thinking. Laughing at someone else's expense is not harmless.

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    Latin Mass correction

    • James McCarthy
    • 10 September 2009
    1 Comment

    Andrew Hamilton's article 'Disunity in the Year of the Priest' alleges that  three unnamed priests of the Sydney Archdiocese said their first Mass in Latin. Fr Hamilton clarifies his point and accepts responsibility for a factual error.

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    In defense of Catholic schools

    • Stephen Elder
    • 25 August 2009
    1 Comment

    The misguided claims made by Ross Fitzgerald in a recent article in Eureka Street, How Catholic schools are failing the poor, cannot go unanswered.

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    Catholic schools save governments money

    • Dan White
    • 24 August 2009
    2 Comments

    Ross Fitzgerald claims Catholic schools 'have become the instrument through which tax dollars are siphoned off public schools and given to the private sector'. His argument is a misrepresentation of the facts.

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