Crikey August 1, 2016 7 Comments
There is a battle about how people identify their religion on the census.
Paul Millar October 29, 2014 6 Comments
The People's Pope has struck a blow against the hoary old Church, standing up for evolution and the Big Bang Theory. What a radical, right? Well, not exactly ...
Alex Mitchell September 24, 2014 9 Comments
Tony Abbott would do well to take heed of the lessons from the so-called Fenian conspiracy.
Jeff Sparrow September 5, 2014 2 Comments
John Madigan has quit the DLP after allegations of spying, factional intrigue and enemies in the ranks. Oh, the irony!
Crikey September 3, 2010 2 Comments
At first glance the scenes from the Polish capital Warsaw in recent days resembles those iconic images from the 1980s of a country under martial law, writes Vince Chadwick from Warsaw.
Crikey May 19, 2010
Powerful Mexican priest Marcial Macielmay have died two years ago, but his life is suddenly getting a lot of attention in Mexico's newspapers: with new revelations of child sexual abuse, bigamy, drug abuse and plagiarism being uncovered every day.
Crikey April 27, 2010
The Catholic Church sex abuse scandals have stirred up the old debates about whether it's actually healthy -- or even possible -- to live a life of celibacy. Current and former priests weigh in.
Crikey April 1, 2010
The ALP was once the party for Catholics, but they have since switched allegiances to the Liberals. Has it shaped the party's policies? And is Tony Abbott really representing their views? asks John Warhurst.
Crikey March 31, 2010
Christopher Hitchens rips into the Catholic Church, particularly Pope Benedict XVI's personal knowledge of paedophile priests. These criminals -- including the Pope -- deserve punishment not protection.