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Quiz: The peace game simulator

29 Jan 2015 | Nikola Henkul

Are you the type of person who makes conflicts worse or helps resolve them? Try our peace game simulator and take a look at these scenarios and see how you would respond to each one.


Playlist

29 Jan 2015 | Emma Quinn

At times it feels like living with conflict is the new normal. These movies remind us that peace is still possible. 


Recipe: Masala Dosa (Crepes with Spicy Potato Filling) 

29 Jan 2015

My parents would often take my sister and I to the inner-city Sydney suburb Surry Hills, or Harris Park in the west to catch up with the Bombay street snacks they missed from their childhood. Masala dosa, a rice and lentil flour crepe filled with spicy potatoes, was our staple choice. Rather than making traditional dosas, requiring soaking, grinding and fermentation, I’ve got a simple crepe recipe that will do the trick.


Hey, St Jude

26 Oct 2014 | Andrew Hamilton

Australian Catholics takes a deeper look at some popular prayers in the Catholic tradition.


Playlist: Christmas songs of hope

26 Oct 2014 | Meaghan O'Connor

Some hopeful tunes to raise the family’s spirits this Christmas.


Recipe: Muffuletta

26 Oct 2014 | Brendon D'Souza

Just in time for summer, we’ve got the perfect sandwich recipe that’s big enough to feed the whole family.


Six extreme saints

26 Jul 2014

The meek may be blessed, but it takes real courage to be a saint. Our six editors look at some saints who lived God's mission to the max.


Ask Papa Frank

26 Jul 2014 | Emma Quinn

Sometimes we need a little encouragement to do the right thing. A worried parent, a student bystander and a concerned daughter ask 'Papa Frank' for help navigating some of life's challenges.


Overcoming your worst fears

26 Jul 2014

With the help of photographer Peter Casamento, our young writers tackle some of the biggest fears teenagers face.


Lifehacking

26 Jul 2014 | Neve Mahoney

Let's be honest, we all like the drama. When someone mentions bravery, extraordinary feats of heroism and endurance tend to spring to mind. But there is a simple and just as important day-to-day bravery that is not reported on in the news. The undervalued art of 'keep on keeping on'.


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