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Special religious instruction to be pushed out of classroom21/08/2015by Kathryn Powley, Herald Sun
Religious instruction scrapped from curriculum21/08/2015by Henrietta Cook, Timna Jacks, The Age text and video
Scrapping religion classes from schools 'the right thing to do', says Victorian education minister21/08/2015by Melissa Davey, The Guardian Australia
Opposition angry about 'broken promise' on religious instruction in Victoria primary schools21/08/2015by ABC News
Leading anti-same sex marriage campaigner Ryan T. Anderson talks to Fran Kelly20/08/2015by ABC Radio National ‘RN Breakfast’ audio and text
Asylum seekers top of the agenda in meeting between Father Rod and Immigration Minister Peter Dutton20/08/2015by Emma Herd, Central Coast Gosford Express Advocate (NSW)
Cathedrals booming thanks to ‘late night shopping’ tactics20/08/2015by John Bingham, The Daily Telegraph (UK)
Anglican bishops call for climate justice action in new video series19/08/2015by ACNS/Anglican Communion Environmental Network videos and text
Cathedrals in England welcome more than 10 million people annually19/08/2015by Church of England media release/ACNS
Christchurch Anglicans to build offices alongside transitional cardboard cathedral19/08/2015by The Press (NZ)/
‘Speak truth to power,’ Primate urges Canadian Anglicans18/08/2015by Anglican Journal (Canada)
Jonathan Daniels pilgrimage remembers the past, looks to future18/08/2015by Mary Frances Schjonberg, Episcopal News Service videos, images and text
South Indian diocesan youth take stand against addiction18/08/2015by Church of South India/ACNS
Nigerian Primate asks churches to support anti-corruption fight18/08/2015by Channels Television (Nigeria)
Anglican Church seeks closure of substandard private schools in Nigeria18/08/2015by Olugbenga Adanikin, The Nation (Nigeria)
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