Religious Freedom Day

January 16 is marked as the Religious Freedom Day in some calendars. Religious freedom supposedly means people should be free to choose or refuse to belong to any religion, to follow or not the tenets, commandments and other, such as uniform, requirements of a religion without interference, expectation or enforcement by a government, church or other self-proclaimed authority. This may well be the hallmark of a democratic and multicultural country.

Religious Freedom Day

In Australia we are free to belong to any religion, as long as we celebrate Christmas, Good Friday and Easter, the big public holidays, plus the birthday of Mrs Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (aka the queen of England) as well as Australia Day …

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