From Darkness to Light: The Spirituality of Unity in Chronic Illness and Disability

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The Focolare Movement, a Catholic community often involved in ecumenical and interfaith dialogue, is holding an event focusing on spirituality in chronic illness and disability at St Paul’s Missionary College, Wantirna South on 10 July 2016.

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Beyond Belief: Why Australians don’t go to church, but call upon God in times of crisis

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Most Australians claim they believe in God or some kind of “higher power” and yet fewer than one in 10 of us attend church every week. We don’t actively “worship” and yet are apparently comforted by the mere presence of the many churches that operate in our community.

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Q&A: Why are women generally more religious than men?

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The much-debated question of whether women are more religious than men is the focus of Pew Research Center’s recently released report “The Gender Gap in Religion Around the World.” The study finds that women are generally – but not universally – more religious than men in several ways. A challenging and contentious interview is provided by PEW Research Centre.

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Ecological aspects of war: religious perspectives from Australia

jgrounds Ecological Aspects of War | Religious Perspectives from Australia is a one-day symposium to consider intersections between war and ecology, through the lenses of religious social teachings and sacred texts, representative of the multi-cultural and inter-faith constitution of contemportary Australian society.

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