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Title:Sainika Lyrical | Naa Peru Surya Naa illu India Songs | Allu Arjun, Anu Emmanuel, Vakkantham Vamsi

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Christianity is the largest Australian religion according to the national census. In the 2016 Census, 52.1% of Australians were listed as Christian. Australia has no official state religion and the Australian Constitution protects freedom of religion. The presence of Christianity in Australia began with the arrival of the First Fleet of British convicts in 1788. The religion grew to account for 96.1% of the national population at the time of the Federation of Australia in 1901. The Anglican Church of Australia (formerly known as the Church of England in Australia) was the largest church until 1986, when it was surpassed by the Catholic Church in Australia. Post-war multiculturalism and a decline in religious observance among some sections of the population have diversified the demographics of religion in Australia. Of the roughly 52.1% identifying as Christian in 2016, Catholics made up 22.6%, Anglicans 13.3%, and 3.7% were affiliated with the Uniting Church in Australia. Post-war immigration has grown the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and there are large and growing Pentecostal groups, such as Sydney's Hillsong Church. The festivals of Easter and Christmas are public holidays in Australia. Around a quarter of students attend church owned schools and Christian organisations are leading non-government providers of health and welfare services through organisations like Catholic Health Australia, Anglicare, UnitingCare Australia, the Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul Society. According to the 2016 census, the only states and territories in which the majority of the population was Christian were Queensland (56.03%) and New South Wales (55.18%), while those with the lowest proportion of Christians were the Northern Territory (47.69%) and the Australian Capital Territory (45.38%). Historically significant Australian Christians have included the Reverend John Dunmore Lang, Saint Mary MacKillop, Catherine Helen Spence, Pastor David Unaipon, the Reverend John Flynn, Pastor Sir Doug Nicholls and General Eva Evelyn Burrows of the Salvation Army. High-profile contemporary Australian Christians include Tim Costello, Baptist minister and current CEO of World Vision Australia; Frank Brennan, Jesuit human rights lawyer; Cardinal George Pell, the Vatican's Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy; Phillip Aspinall the current Archbishop of Brisbane, Philip Freier the current Anglican Primate of Australia and Archbishop of Melbourne; and recent Prime Ministers John Howard, Kevin Rudd, Tony Abbott and Malcolm Turnbull; and John Dickson, historian and founder of The Centre for Public Christianity.

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