National Apology for Child Sexual Abuse Announced


The Prime Minister of Australia will deliver a national apology to victims of institutional child sex abuse on October 22nd, which marks the commencement of National Child Week. The Prime Minister says the government has accepted 104 of the 122 recommendations from the child sex abuse royal commission.

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Religions for Peace Leaders Gather in Greece for International Ecological Symposium

From 5-8 June, theologians, scientists, political and business leaders, as well as activists and journalists from around the world are convening in Greece for an international ecological symposium sponsored by the Ecumenical Patriarchate entitled “TOWARD A GREENER ATTICA: Preserving the Planet and Protecting its People.”

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Indonesia: Expert Predicts ‘Terrorism Will Strengthen Moderate Islam’

Fr. Franz Magnis-Suseno, a Jesuit of German origin who now has Indonesian nationality has lived in Indonesia for 45 years. A scholar of Islam, he recently spoke with Aid to the Church in Need, the international papal charity, in the wake of the May 13, 2018 deadly church bombings in the city of Surabaya.

‘For us Christians, the task is clear: we have to build up trusting, positive relations with mainstream Indonesian Islam—which, incidentally, is something Muslims greatly appreciate’

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Refugee Week: All Saints Film Screening, Wyndham Interfaith Network

In observance of Refugee Week 2018, The Wyndham Interfaith Network in partnership with Hoppers Crossing Uniting Church and Karen Congregation of the Werribee Baptist Church invites you to their All Saints Film Screening (for) Refugee Week.

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