Roundup: Census

Roundup: Census

Old trend no leap of faith

People professing no religion have moved past Anglicans to be the second-largest grouping after Catholics in the 2011 Census.

Islam defies the slow loss of faith

Australians are losing their faith with religion, census figures reveal, with close to 4.8 million people saying they have no affiliation.

Christianity followers continue to fall

More Australians than ever say they have no religious affiliation.

A godless lot, just don’t tell the Jedis

Canberrans are the most godless people in the country.


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