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Aug 25, 1972
Labor all clear on Scientology — The Age (Australia)
Type: Press
Source: The Age (Australia)
CANBERRA. — A Labor Government would recognise Scientology, the Church of the New Faith, the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate (Senator Murphy) said yesterday. The church for instance would have powers to conduct marriage ceremonies under Commonwealth law, Senator Murphy said. "Under the constitution, all religions are entitled to equal treatment," he said. "Whether churches are big or small, orthodox or unorthodox, they are intitled to equal treatment." The South Australian Government will legislate during the present session of ...
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Aug 25, 1972
Scientology makes a comeback // Labor leaders pledge action to give the cult legal recognition — The Australian
Type: Press
Source: The Australian
TWO A.L.P. leaders yesterday came out in support of the Scientology Church of the New Faith. The party's Senate Leader, Senator Lionel Murphy, committed a Labor Government would recognise the church and South Australia announced it would repeal its ban on the church. Senator Murphy said a Labor Government would recognise he church in exactly the same way as any other religion. Under the Constitution, all religions were entitled to equal treatment. The Australian vice-president of the church, the Reverend T. ...
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