Commentary

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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What are you thankful for?

The Catholic Review traveled across the Archdiocese of Baltimore to ask parishioners, students, alumni and religious one question: What are you thankful for?
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After invective, what do we do?

Now that the election is over, let’s agree to disagree and do it with civility and respect for others.
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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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When I am not enough

“We are to become vessels of God’s compassionate love for others,” St. Clare of Assisi said.
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Amen: Jesus misses you

Eucharistic adoration at the Baltimore Basilica is in trouble. See what you can do to help – and grow closer to Christ.
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Amen: World Youth Day visits country steeped in our faith

Poland is Catholic – spiritually and culturally. The faith is woven into the lives and fortunes of the people.
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Amen: Daddy-daughter time

‘Woof-woofs,’ polkas and prayers offer life lessons for father of 15-month-old girl.
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Catholic Review Column: Art in Heaven

By now, you likely know that a much-beloved priest of this Archdiocese and rector of our Basilica in Baltimore, Monsignor Arthur Valenzano, went home to the Lord earlier this month (see page A9). I was privileged to celebrate his funeral Mass and to hear the beautiful and stirring homily given by his best friend, Monsignor...
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Catholic Review Column: After Charleston, Still Much Work to Be Done

“Racism is an evil which endures in our society and in our Church.” These words were included in the 1979 pastoral letter of the U.S. Catholic bishops, “Brothers and Sisters to Us.” Sadly, they remain relevant and true some 36 years later. In that letter, the U.S. bishops named racial prejudice as a grave sin...
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Amen: Dying doing what you love

Whenever my cousin, Bob Matysek, slogged onto a beach on Kent Island after completing the grueling 4.4-mile Great Chesapeake Bay Swim, family snapshots inevitably captured the same image.
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