The two most significant periods in the year for Christians are Christmas and Easter.
An edited transcript of a speech given by Julie McCrossin, who emceed Requiem Mass: A Queer Divine Rite, at City Recital Hall (co-presented with Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras) on February 21.
Looking to the year ahead and what hopes and dreams it may offer for our country, what might Buddhist members of our community wish for?
I haven’t done any Christmas shopping, worked out where I’m spending Christmas Day, started writing my Christmas cards …
Jewish tradition implores us to notice, to care and then to act.
One of the first things our new Prime Minister did after his appointment was to pray and to make it clear that he is a person of faith.
There’s a longing in each of our hearts for connection and belonging. The “Uluru Statement from the Heart” is a profound cry to be heard.
Women of different faiths share things they value about their faith.
Religions have been formed and have shifted in times of change and challenge to meet the hopes and dreams of the people.
What do people appreciate as the grander gifts of creation?