Amen

All Catholic Review editorial staff members contribute to the Amen column, which covers topics ranging from weddings to Mother's Day to dealing with loss.

Commentary

Amen: Forwarding the gift of life
Apr 11 2016
From finding a match to the final surgery, a look at organ donation from the perspective of family.

Amen: Daddy-daughter time
Mar 08 2016
‘Woof-woofs,’ polkas and prayers offer life lessons for father of 15-month-old girl.

Amen: Extra-curricular anecdotes of an unforgettable educator
Feb 05 2016
Many parents and alumni say Catholic schools are one of the most consistent sources of quality in education. It’s a fact.

Amen: Two oars in the water - Prayer and work
Dec 15 2015
The way God will fix the violence in the world – wars, murders, shootings and even everyday road rage – is through us, through a change of heart.

Amen: Spread mercy every day
Dec 08 2015
Most are positioned to experience God’s mercy by exercising our spiritual muscles in accordance with our means.

Amen: On the trail with Father Beshoner
Oct 29 2015
After a long hiatus, Father Beshoner recently relaunched Catholic Under the Hood with a seemingly monumental mission: telling the 2,000-year history of the Catholic Church from apostolic times to the present.

Amen: Strong women bolster pilgrimage
Sep 30 2015
Paul McMullen shares a reflection on two women who helped support the 110-mile walking pilgrimage from Baltimore to Philadelphia.

Up close and personal with the pope
Sep 18 2015
I’m fairly sure that I have never seen a pope without writing about it or taking pictures for publication. That’s not a bad thing, but it changes your perspective a bit.

Manchester parish marches on
Sep 09 2015
When St. Bartholomew attained parish status in 1965, there were fewer than 100 registered families; today there are just slight of 1,500.

We are all ‘Guadalupanos’
Aug 20 2015
Father Mark S. Bialek explains why Catholics, Christians, people of faith and even non-believers consider themselves Guadalupanos.