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The human face of war

29 Jan 2015 | Michelle Gierck

News reports of war – offering a daily count of how many bombs are dropped, targets hit, military personnel deployed, and new acts of violence – are relentless. However, there are some aspects of war that are not so easy to tally.


Online exclusive: The experiences of young Muslims

29 Jan 2015 | Meaghan O’Connor

A Catholic school student interviews two Muslim friends about violence and conflict committed in the name of their religion, and the impact that it has on their lives here in Australia.


The cost of saying nothing

26 Oct 2014 | Michael McVeigh

Silence has been one of he main causes of the abuse crisis, says Patricia Feenan. Just reaching out and speaking to survivors and their families can make a world of difference.


A new dawn in Dili

26 Oct 2014 | Paul Stewart

Nearly 15 years after East Timor achieved its independence, the hope that drove its people throughout the Indonesian occupation continues to drive them in building for the future.


Living in hope

26 Oct 2014 | Fr Andrew Hamilton SJ

There are few aspects of the human condition as beautiful, and as fragile, as hope. But is it something that we can learn to live more deeply?


The twelve days of Christmas hope challenge

26 Oct 2014 | Clare Deignan

As Christians, hopefulness is not about walking through the world with rose coloured glasses, but believing that God will be with us no matter what trials we face. However, being a hopeful person is a bit of a workout. Here are 12 exercises that you can practice over 12 days this Christmas season, to keep your hope ‘muscles’ strong.


Sharing the Christmas joy

26 Oct 2014 | Michael McVeigh

Millions of children across Australia will wake up to stockings full of presents on Christmas morning this year. But while Santa might be delivering these presents via the North Pole, how much thought do we put into where the presents are being manufactured in the first place?


Miracles small and large

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26 Oct 2014 | John Coleman

Thousands of people make pilgrimages to sacred sites each year, hoping for intercession to help them through an illness or difficulty, or a connection with something beyond the mundane world. John Coleman shares his experiences visiting three Marian shrines.


Make sure your school has an AC+ subscription for 2015

26 Oct 2014 |

Order your AC+ subscription for 2015 now to ensure you continue to be able to access our archive of stories and classroom resources. 


‘Just doing a job'

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26 Jul 2014 | Emily Maney

Police officers continuously carry out incredible, heroic acts. When faced with a natural disaster, we count on them to show us the way and get us, as a community, out of danger.


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