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Amen: Keepsakes amid detritus

There is a reason the obituary section is dubbed the Irish sports pages; for me, there is nothing melancholy about remembering absent friends.
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Amen: Lessons learned about human life

My folks showed the face of Christ to those they met. They instilled respect for life in us.
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Celebrating honors for the Catholic Review

The Catholic Review picked up 32 awards combined from the Associated Church Press, the Catholic Press Association of the U.S. and Canada, and the Maryland-Delaware-DC Press Association.
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Amen: Graduates introduced to greatness at Seton Keough

While Seton Keough has closed, Benton, Graves and Dambita – as well as their classmates and underclassmen – will keep the school’s spirit alive.
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Amen: On a humble man, and famous last words

As a priest, Monsignor Bastress was in fact enlisted to act “in persona Christi” – in the person of Christ – throughout various aspects of his ministry.
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In Baltimore, five quick years for Archbishop Lori

Five years in as the 16th shepherd of the first diocese in the United States, it seems like Archbishop Lori is just getting started.
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Amen: Love and sex in a poisonous culture

“People really want to be challenged to be better than even they think they can be,” Father Matthew Buening said.
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Amen: Father Mike’s field hospital

“Some focus on a specific issue, Father Bialek said of Father Mike Orchik. “He wants to help all people, regardless of their situation.”
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Amen: Can Big Brother make you virtuous?

A government can’t make its citizens virtuous by bribing them or threatening them with punishment.
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Amen: Holy Ghost Power

If one of the features the Review publishes in the coming year moves you or your neighbor to give even more, it will fulfill its purpose.
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Amen: Transform young hearts into places of prayer

Praying with young children doesn’t have to be intimidating. There are moments throughout the day that can be turned into opportunities to teach little ones about God.
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Amen: Amid change, same message

Through all of this change, the message of the church remains the same: Jesus Christ – yesterday, today and forever, as St. John Paul II reminded us.
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