In an article first published on The Conversation, Australian academic KRISTYN HARMAN, senior lecturer in history at the University of Tasmania, takes a look at the history of the Commonwealth Games as they kick off on the Gold Coast...

As the world marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther King, Jr, Rev AMY BUTLER, senior minister of The Riverside Church, where Dr Martin Luther King, Jr, gave his “Beyond Vietnam” speech on 4th April, 1967 - a year before his death, reflects on Rev King's legacy...

Catholic priest THOMAS REESE responds to reports that Pope Francis said he doesn't believe in hell...

With thanks to the National Council of Churches in Australia, here are the 2018 Easter messages of Australian Christian leaders...

In an article first published on The Conversation, ROBERTA GILCHRIST, professor of archaeology at the University of Reading in the UK, explores how recent archaeological finds at Glastonbury are providing new insights into Christianity's beginnings in the UK...

US academic MICHAEL E LEE, in an article first published on The Conversation, reflects on the history of the controversy surrounding the Catholic Church's upcoming canonisation of slain Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero...

With the recent release of the film, Mary Magdalene, ALVIN JOHNSON takes a look at what we know about her...

In an article first published on The Conversation, TONY MATTHEWS and JOANNE DOLLEY looks at the concept of "third places" and how they can help address issues of loneliness in cities...

JASON L MILLER, director of campaigns and development at the Franciscan Action Network in the US, calls for more Catholic millennials to get active about their faith...

THOMAS GLESSNER and ANNE O'CONNOR, of the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates in the US, argue that moves in America to force pro-life pregancy centres to refer clients to abortion clinics are unconstitutional...

As St Patrick's Day is marked around the world, history professor LISA BITEL, in an essay first published on The Conversation, looks at the life of St Patrick...

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