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Psychiatrist says laws to remove confessional seal are ‘a distraction’

Confession line

A LEADING psychiatrist has described efforts to remove the confessional seal as a “distraction” as governments continue to respond to the final report of the Royal Commission into institutional responses to child sexual abuse. Associate Professor Carolyn Quadrio, who was an expert witness at the Royal Commission, said she agreed with clergy views that confessions of sexual abuse were extremely ... Read More »

Politicians urged to find better ways to care for sick and aged and say no to euthanasia

euthanasia

PRO-life advocates are preparing to challenge a “cheap” and “dirty-joke” campaign to legalise euthanasia in Queensland and Western Australia, similar to the campaign in Victoria which last year led to the passing of an assisted-dying law. “What we witnessed in Victoria, and no doubt we will witness in the other jurisdictions too, is a cheapened form of ethical discussion in ... Read More »

Pro-life supporters raise their voice against abortion bill while you had lunch today

Abortion flash mob

PRO-life activists in Brisbane including a registered nurse turned to song and dance in a unique response to a proposed bill that would make abortion legal up until birth in Queensland. Grassroots campaign Abortion Rethink commissioned an original composition and dance routine to “artistically highlight” a number of concerns with the abortion bill tabled by Cairns MP Rob Pyne. More ... Read More »

Street Swags founder Jean Madden leaves charity and is facing legal dispute

Jean Madden

THE chief executive officer of the Brisbane-based charity Street Swags is embroiled in legal action with the board of the organisation she founded. Jean Madden, Queensland 2010 Young Australian of the Year, founded Street Swags in 2005 and since then has provided tens of thousands of waterproof sleeping bags to homeless people across the country. Legal documents tendered to the ... Read More »

Midwife warns of abortion trauma after Queensland Nurses Union supports controversial bill

Nurses union

CHRISTIAN nurses have warned of the traumatic effects of abortion on patients, their families and the wellbeing of medical staff called on to  conduct them. They have spoken out after the Queensland Nurses’ Union entered the abortion debate by supporting a proposed bill to make abortion legal in the state. Experienced midwife Marita De Jong, who works in a Brisbane public hospital, ... Read More »

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