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Canberra Times
Toxic disaster fears: Whatever happened to the government's 'duty of care'?earlier opinion polls, conducted nationally and state by state, have shown that
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
earlier opinion polls, conducted nationally and state by state, have shown that the vast majority of Australians including Catholics, Protestants and Anglicans support assisted-dying laws. Ruling for the majority of Australians is the right thing... Read more
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The Age
Toxic disaster fears: Whatever happened to the government's 'duty of care'?earlier opinion polls, conducted nationally and state by state, have shown that
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
earlier opinion polls, conducted nationally and state by state, have shown that the vast majority of Australians including Catholics, Protestants and Anglicans support assisted-dying laws. Ruling for the majority of Australians is the right thing... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Toxic disaster fears: Whatever happened to the government's 'duty of care'?earlier opinion polls, conducted nationally and state by state, have shown that
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
earlier opinion polls, conducted nationally and state by state, have shown that the vast majority of Australians including Catholics, Protestants and Anglicans support assisted-dying laws. Ruling for the majority of Australians is the right thing... Read more
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News.com.au
Churches give faithful a conscience votethe diversity of opinions within their communities. Anglican Archbishop Geoffr
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
the diversity of opinions within their communities. Anglican Archbishop Geoffrey Smith said his hope was that local Anglicans would debate respectfully. “Whether they are for or against a change in the definition of marriage, (people) will... Read more
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Geelong Advertiser
Churches give faithful a conscience votethe diversity of opinions within their communities. Anglican Archbishop Geoffr
Geelong Advertiser / Posted 3 days ago
the diversity of opinions within their communities. Anglican Archbishop Geoffrey Smith said his hope was that local Anglicans would debate respectfully. “Whether they are for or against a change in the definition of marriage, (people) will... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Churches give faithful a conscience votethe diversity of opinions within their communities. Anglican Archbishop Geoffr
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
the diversity of opinions within their communities. Anglican Archbishop Geoffrey Smith said his hope was that local Anglicans would debate respectfully. “Whether they are for or against a change in the definition of marriage, (people) will... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
The Changing Patterns of August Meetings in Igbo Landsuch that after attending the meeting at the church level, the women returned t
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
such that after attending the meeting at the church level, the women returned to their immediate villages where both the Anglicans and Catholics later attended joint meetings, primarily to plan for projects needed in their communities for which... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Coalition for Marriage launches, calling itself voice for 'silent majority'will get to the real view of what Australians think about this, a considered vi
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
will get to the real view of what Australians think about this, a considered view." Bishop Stead said surveys of Sydney Anglicans had revealed that most did not want same-sex marriage, and he thought it would be similar among Sydney Catholics.... Read more
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The Courier Mail
We’re on track to be bigger than Sydney54 per cent of SA residents identify as Christians, while 35.4 per cent marked
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
54 per cent of SA residents identify as Christians, while 35.4 per cent marked the “no religion” box on the census form. Catholics make up 18 per cent of the state’s population, Anglicans 10 per cent and Uniting Church 7.1 per cent. The Census... Read more
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Business Insider Australia
Euthanasia campaigner Andrew Denton has heart diseasestayed with me ever since,” Denton wrote last month. “A very clear majority of
Business Insider Australia / Posted 20 days ago
stayed with me ever since,” Denton wrote last month. “A very clear majority of the community — about 70-75%, even among Anglicans and Catholics — consistently support the idea that people in the final stage of life should be able to voluntarily... Read more
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Canberra Times
Victorian bishops say assisted dying laws will abandon those 'in greatest need' who make up almost half of the state's population, according to 2016 census dat
Canberra Times / Posted 23 days ago
who make up almost half of the state's population, according to 2016 census data. This figure includes 1.37 million Catholics and 530,000 Anglicans, which are the state's two biggest religious affiliations, although the census also revealed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Victorian bishops say assisted dying laws will abandon those 'in greatest need' who make up almost half of the state's population, according to 2016 census dat
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 23 days ago
who make up almost half of the state's population, according to 2016 census data. This figure includes 1.37 million Catholics and 530,000 Anglicans, which are the state's two most biggest religious affiliations, although the census also... Read more
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The Age
Victorian bishops say assisted dying laws will abandon those 'in greatest need' who make up almost half of the state's population, according to 2016 census dat
The Age / Posted 23 days ago
who make up almost half of the state's population, according to 2016 census data. This figure includes 1.37 million Catholics and 530,000 Anglicans, which are the state's two most biggest religious affiliations, although the census also... Read more
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The Christian Post
Conservative Anglicans in Open Revolt Against Church of England's 'Capitulation to Secular Values' A group of conservative Anglicans have written a letter on the growing divide
The Christian Post / Posted 29 days ago
A group of conservative Anglicans have written a letter on the growing divide in the Church of England on LGBT issues, warning of a coming rebellion... Read more

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