The recent referendum had many silly fears of priests being forced to solemnise gay marriages, Catholic adoption agencies to close, or people being arrested for thought crime. It was all very silly stuff from those who still believe in a God.
But when will secularism take off here?
When will schools, paid for by the State, be religious ethos free? Educating of science rather than instructing religion?
Why is protecting gay teachers seen as necessary now but straight atheist teachers will not be protected?
When will the angelus be removed? Or not televising mass? Or not bothering to interview an archbishop?
Army chaplains could be non-denominational. Why aren't they.
Oaths should be removed.
Concessions to religious dress or holy days could be prohibited to ensure equality for all.
Churches could pay tax and commercial rates (unless they exclusively do charity).
The growth in Islam could be stayed,if there is little prospect of it gaining hold here if most people think a religion is a formalised superstition.
Only 37% of students currently believe in God (though I presume a larger number of less educated people believe in God).