A remote West Australian town is pleading for an emergency contingent of police officers and paramedics in anticipation of a surge in violence when thousands of local residents are taken off the scrapped cashless debit card by the Albanese government
Lawyers say Australian gender clinics may face legal action following news that Britain’s Tavistock clinic is facing a major medical negligence law suit from youngsters who claim they were “started on a treatment pathway that was not right for them”.
The Vatican’s unofficial representative in Hong Kong had warned Catholic missions in the city that tough days are ahead for them as China is increasingly restricting religious freedom. “Change is coming, and you’d better be prepared,” Mexico-born Monsignor Javier Herrera Corona,
Nestled in the rolling hills of northern Virginia sits a sprawling tree-lined campus. Classrooms inside this shuttered private school sit empty. Once-busy halls are eerily silent. Each room looks like a time capsule of better days. But not for long.
A former professor of women’s studies at Syracuse University recently shared her personal journey from lesbian feminist to Christ-follower. During an episode of The Becket Cook Show, Rosaria Butterfield explained how converting to Christianity radically transformed her life, identity, and
It’s no secret the Bible is receiving less support in contemporary culture, but new statistics from Gallup showcase how much modern culture is impacting Americans’ views and perceptions of Scripture. The survey, which has attracted attention since its release, contains
A group of Christians threatened with the death penalty for apostacy “were subjected to inhuman and degrading treatment” while detained, according to Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW). CSW has called on the international community to raise this violation of rights with
Australia’s Anglican Church has split, with a group of conservative bishops and lay people forming a new diocese. The breakaway group, led by the former Archbishop of Sydney, Most Rev Glenn Davies, has encouraged those Anglicans who are unhappy with
Publicly-funded religious hospitals in Victoria would no longer be legally able to refuse abortions under proposed new laws. Reason Party leader Fiona Patten has introduced a health legislation amendment bill into the Victorian Parliament in a bid to ensure that