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Brian Peterson has found a creative way of using his artistic talent to help people in need. He paints and sells portraits of the homeless, and all the money goes back to the subject. The project started as a way for Brian to connect with a group of people in his city (Santa Ana), that […]

Catholic leaders have published a report responding to the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

Female leaders from across varying Christian denominations came together late last month to advocate for policies of justice and care for the world’s poor.

“There are people who die well,” beloved pastor and author Eugene Peterson said recently, ‘and I want to be one.’ Well, Eugene achieved his goal.

In the aftermath of the Queensland’s Parliament decision to endorse radical abortion laws, the Christian community has been called to act with compassion.

Sarah Petchell is a mum, chaplain and defence force member who will be competing in the games which kick off this weekend in Sydney.

A follow up article in The Australian about the Phillip Ruddock-headed review, says the sensational news headlines are incorrect.

A remarkable process that was dreamed up by a teenager, has just begun in the Pacific Ocean—and it could help save our struggling ocean ecosystems.

An international study has found the Earth is at risk of increases in temperatures and sea level that would be devastating for human civilisation.

A three month opt out period for the My Health Record system will end on October 15. In what incidences should you opt out?


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