Your Take

Our readers September 13, 2019
Ciaran Freeman spent last summer, after his year as an O’Hare fellow at America Media, combing through movies about Catholic schools and ranking them. The findings were published here. Since then, readers have written in to let Mr. Freeman know what films he overlooked in his top-10 ranking.
Our readers September 06, 2019
“It’s their policies that have to speak to the way I interpret my own faith.”
Our readers August 21, 2019
Part of our special family issue.
Visitors view a portrait of Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, painted by the artist Robert McCurdy, Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2019, at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington. Morrison, a pioneer and reigning giant of modern literature, died Monday at age 88.
Our readers August 08, 2019
‘Who else has written so keenly and movingly about hope, evil, endurance, pain, greed, transcendence, all the things that make us human?’
Roxana Jaquez lights a candle at an ever growing memorial Monday, Aug. 5, 2019, outside the Walmart in El Paso, Texas, where a mass shooting took place on Saturday.
Our readers August 07, 2019
Should a parish address current events at Mass? How? What if “current events” are national tragedies?
Our readers July 26, 2019

In June, Americapublished online summer reading recommendations from members of our editorial staff.