100 Australian women from all walks of life travel to Nepal to volunteer for a house building project that will change lives; and maybe even their own.
From rehearsals to the big day, Compass follows Australia's much loved dance troupe The Merry Makers as they rehearse and make their way to Disneyland in California for their first ever overseas pe
On the 50th anniversary of Vatican II this program revisits the historic three year council that changed the Catholic Church, and examines the ongoing repercussions of its reforms.
The magical religions, the alternative paths in spirituality alert us to the fact that a great mystery defines and overrides our existence." says Nevill Drury author and long time observer of the N
Australian Anglicans have been invited to join the Catholic Church under a new Papal initiative called the Ordinariate. So, who’s joining and why?
How African dads in Australia are coping with the challenges of a life in a new land where age-old cultural expectations may no longer apply.
Geraldine Doogue investigates the child sexual abuse crisis in Australian churches from the groundbreaking 1992 Compass program The Ultimate Betrayal to Julia Gillard's Royal Commission announcemen
Compass delves behind the aprons and funny handshakes to find out how Australian Freemasons are reinventing themselves to survive in the 21st Century.
Horses and humans traumatised by the Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria are finding comfort in each other, thanks to an innovative therapy program.
Compass tells the story of six bells rescued from Wales to be installed in a Sydney church in time for its centenary celebrations. St.
Charismatics believe through God they can heal the sick, receive signs and speak directly to God in a special language.
In the ‘70s and ‘80s followers of “sex-guru” Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh stood out in Australia with their bright orange clothes and unusual names.
The story of two unlikely friendships that might never have formed if not for a groundbreaking scheme...
When it comes to offering a helping hand to those in need Australians are among the most generous in the world, but why are our wealthy are among the most reluctant when it comes to giving money?
An exciting new Compass series hosted by theologian Scott Stephens who talks to high profile Australians about what they think is the meaning of life.
This Anzac special tells the stories of Australian women from different eras all widowed by war.
The first Kibbutz was founded in Israel just over 100 years ago. A radical socialist experiment, it combined communal living and Zionist philosophy with the aim of “making the desert bloom”.
Compass sets off deep into the Australian desert to join a camel trek for Muslims.
Geraldine Doogue talks to Australian singer-songwriter Archie Roach about his journey of survival and transformation.
A new breed of fashion designers is turning heads on the Australian catwalk catering to Muslim women eager for cutting edge designs better suited to our lifestyle and climate.