Australia is becoming a secular society. Religion of the boring old traditional type our grandparents followed is on the way out. Church services had a minor Christmas boom but generally are ill-attended. Cool people tick ‘no religion’ on the census form.
Oddly, many no-religionists are keen on church-like rituals and none more so than the militant secularists at Humanists Australia.
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