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Religions and beliefs in Australia
Long before European people began to live in Australia in 1788, indigenous people in this land had their own belief systems. These beliefs have a strong connection both to the land and to spirit ancestors.
Today most Australians who practise a religion belong to one of the many branches of Christianity and in particular its Catholic and Anglican traditions. Judaism, Islam and the Hindu and Buddhist faiths are also flourishing in modern Australia.
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