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Setting Free the Captives


How prevelant is the issue of human sex trafficking? What is the state of the battle around the world? How can we help put an end to this evil? We sat down with Justin T. Murff, director of Set Free: Now! to find out.

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Husbands, Fathers & Pornography


How does pornography affect families, and in particular the role of men as husbands and fathers? Jonathan Doyle of Choicez Media and Being Catholic speaks on this topic ahead of his talks at the 7th World Congress of Families in Sydney.

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Fighting for Life


In this interview, we chat with HOPE Director Paul Russell on the state of the political debate on euthanasia, where it may be heading in the future, and how you can help out in the battle against the legalisation of euthanasia in Australia.


Abortion: Is it really a “choice”?


We caught up with Real Choices Australia Executive Director Debbie Garratt about some of the challenges facing women with crisis pregnancies and the risks around providing a surgical ‘solution’ to psychosocial problems.

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Reshaping the Women’s Mag


Verily is an exciting new publication developed by a group of young New Yorkers who were tired of the negative messages coming across through existing women’s magazines and decided to make a positive change. Nat caught up with Verily’s Editor recently to talk about the magazine and how it came about.

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Why Pro-life Isn’t Anti-choice


What is the purpose of praying outside of the clinic, what response do the vigilers receive and what keeps them motivated to go back? Cradio’s Natasha D caught up with FLI’s Paul Hanrahan to find out.

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The Story of Mario Bianco


Mario Bianco is a young father from Concord with a six-year-old son and four-year-old daughter. The last time there was a big push to legalise euthanasia in Australia in the late 1990s, Mario was outraged. He was quoted in the media, he lobbied politicians, and he was outspoken in his local community.