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The “Stations of the Cross” has contemporary relevance

21 Mar 2018

The practice of contemplating a series of images depicting Jesus’ final journey to crucifixion may have started in the 13th century but it continues to have relevance today if the 2018 Stations of the Cross exhibition is anything to go...

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Australia: boundless plains to share

20 Mar 2018

Australia has boundless plains to share with those fleeing persecution and hardship according to former journalist Genevieve Jacobs.This was her encouragement in her St Patrick’s Day address to about 120 people on Friday March 16 in the Chapel at the...

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A Secular State? Reason, religion and the Australian polity

28 Feb 2018

By ACC&C Communication Officer Katherine SpackmanThree historians have argued that the emergence and evolution of Australia’s secular state is not so much about a repudiation of religion but the channeling of Christianity in a new form.This was the argument Professor...

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