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Christian leaders in Australia have welcomed a ruling from Australia's highest court that Australia cannot send asylum seekers to Malaysia.
Thousands of Australians have marked World Refugee Day (20 June) by rallying to demand an end to mandatory detention of asylum seekers.
Many of Australia's 3,000 active and retired Catholic priests are critical of their bishops, feeling constrained and poorly managed, a survey suggests.
The Pope has accepted the early resignation of a bishop in Australia whose diocese has been beset by several prominent sex-abuse scandals.
As northern Australia suffers the worst flooding in more than 30 years, Australian churches have moved rapidly to respond to the community’s urgent needs.
Australia's new policy of transferring prisoners detained in Afghanistan to Afghan and US forces could violate international law, Amnesty has warned.
UN World Food Day should remind world leaders that heavy investment in global food security is urgently needed, World Vision Australia says.
A team travelling on behalf of the World Council of Churches has been welcomed to the Northern Territory of Australia by an Aboriginal elder.
The National Council of Churches in Australia has welcomed plans for a World Council of Churches delegation to visit the country's Indigenous Peoples.
Peace activists in Australia are continuing to put their bodies on the line in opposing their country's military involvement in Afghanistan, after Christian peacemakers scored an important moral victory.
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