Scott Morrison at his church in Sutherland (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)
Scott Morrison at his church in Sutherland (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

Last week, Michael Bradley's response to news that priests were receiving JobKeeper payments (and being asked to share it with their churches) divided Crikey readers.

And others of you responded with your own solutions to the systemic problems laid out in our Inq series on the politicisation of Australia's honours system, and by Bernard Keane's piece looking at taxpayers' funding of political faction work.

On churches receiving JobKeeper payments:

Tony Dean writes: Michael Bradley's intemperate attack on the Catholic Church and other "wildly rich" religious institutions for accepting the JobKeeper allowance conveniently ignores the enormous role these institutions, their employees and members play in supporting our communities, particularly during a time of crisis.