Studies of Religion

For the first time, a series examines the work of dedicated Prison Chaplains who provide much needed pastoral and spiritual care to more than 30,000 men and women locked up in Australian prisons.

A massive influx of devout Lutheran refugees from Africa to a church in country Victoria has increased the congregation from 20 to 200 causing chaos, but also bringing much fun, friendship and love

Five Australian women take up the challenge to live the life of a contemplative nun for 33 days and nights in an enclosed monastery.

Geraldine Doogue goes on a personal quest to understand more about the Jewish roots of her Christian faith.

The Sisters of St John of God have lived and worked among Aboriginal people of the Kimberley region in the north-west of Australia for almost 100 years.

With a third of marriages in Australia ending in divorce, how do couples from societies with different customs and religious practices, such as Muslims, go about getting divorced?

Weeping Women examines the phenomena of crying statues of the Blessed Virgin Mary. In Syracuse in 1953, a plaster plaque of Mary shed human tears.

Born in 1946, Professor Peter Singer is a world-renowned utilitarian philosopher who specializes in the field of bioethics.

A four part documentary series for SBS following ordinary Australians as they deal with the agonizing everyday choices which most of us hope never to have to face.

In an IncIdent that shocked the world, a teenage tibetan nun, kelsang namtso, was killed when chinese border police opened fire on a group of pilgrims as they fled tibet over the infamous nangpa Pa

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