Animal Farm takes shape in Victoria

- 28 April 2020 0

A highly questionable legal process brought down a good doctor Cardinal George Pell’s complete vindication by a unanimous decision of the High Court of Australia ... Read More

This time is a test we can embrace

- 16 April 2020 0

In so many ways, it doesn’t really feel like Easter. We haven’t been able to participate in the Easter Triduum as we usually do, we haven’t been ... Read More

The silence of the activists

- 3 March 2020 1

A total of 52 people were killed in the first six months of Victoria’s euthanasia regime, with another 29 having been approved for death by ... Read More

Amazon’s lesson for a plenary

- 20 February 2020 6

Pilgrims travel in boats as they accompany the statue of Our Lady of Nazareth during an annual river procession and pilgrimage along the Apeu River ... Read More

From bad to worse on euthanasia

- 14 February 2020 0

The legal killing of an ever-widening range of individuals is expanding across Australia. There are lots of really terrible things about the quick succession in ... Read More

Don’t get sick in the Wild West

- 18 December 2019 1

Last week, Western Australia became the second Australian state to legalise euthanasia and assisted suicide, passing laws more liberal than those currently in operation in ... Read More

Monica Doumit: Troubling questions remain

- 27 November 2019 8

Cardinal George Pell leaves the Melbourne Magistrates Court in October 2017. Photo: Mark Dadswell, Reuters The High Court will examine some important issues The big ... Read More