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Australia Day 2013: Understanding Our Christian Heritage
· January 21, 2013 11:00 AM
Each year on the 26th of January, our nation commemorates the arrival of the First Fleet into Sydney in 1788, the beginning of the establishment of Australia.
As much as this has become important for Australians, so too is the understanding of Australia's Christian heritage to many across the nation.
As Australia Day fast approaches, why not take the opportunity to learn more about the birth and growth of Christianity in Australia.
for more information, and to download a comprehensive presentation detailing individuals, institutions, documents and events important to the establishment of our Australian Christian heritage.
Also, for the first time this year, Australians will be celebrating the National Christian Heritage Sunday on the 3rd of February. For more details and to find out how you can participate, visit the official website
Lose the faith – lose the culture
· March 27, 2011 11:00 AM
Former Deputy Prime Minister and Leader of the National Party John Anderson recently spoke at the Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast on Thursday 10 March, with roughly 350 people in attendance. His speech, entitled ‘Lose the faith – lose the culture', contained this apt analogy:
“As a farmer, if you want to grow a good crop, you have to first till the soil in which a crop is grown. The crop of freedom, of democracy, of all of the good things that we take for granted in our lives, is in fact Christianity, and yet our society has moved away from it and so little understands now the soil in which the crops of freedom are grown, that I do not believe we can expect to continue to grow those crops.”
to listen to the rest of Mr Anderson’s speech.
Columnist criticises attack on Christianity
· October 13, 2010 11:00 AM
foreign editor, Greg Sheridan, in an article today about the impending canonisation of Australia's first Catholic saint Mary MacKillop, has argued that the mission of secular activists to attack Christianity will undermine society. He writes:
“All of the good things in our civilisation, from its greatest institutions to the unconscious grammar of its ethics, flow ultimately from the Judeo-Christian inheritance on which it is based, and which is welcome to and enriched by the inflow of people from sympathetic religious traditions.
“The professional denouncers of Christian orthodoxy are trying a new experiment in their desperate search for a universal secularism, to create a society that lives permanently off the moral capital of its founding institutions, which it hopes finally to destroy. I'm not sure it can be done.”
To read the complete article, click
ACL submission to the National Curriculum consultation
· May 28, 2010 10:00 AM
to read ACL’s submission on the draft Kindergarten to Year 10 Australian Curriculum in the subject areas of Mathematics, Science, English and History.
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