Letters to the Editor
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TO THE EDITOR: In reference to The Bishop's Column, "Without A Doubt" headlined "Not Even a Penny for Abortion" I wish to congratulate our Bishop on clearly presenting our Catholic position on both health care reform and abortion. more
Editor: A faithful Providence Visitor reader, I was drawn to Bishop Tobin's column "Catholic Preaching: Powerful or Pitiful?" (Visitor, Feb. 1) Priests now face a greater … more
Editor: With so many serious theological questions that should be addressed, it seems to me to be "Much Ado About Nothing" as the issue of heaven and what it is supposedly like, per the … more
TO THE EDITOR: If the Catholic Church is going to be actively involved in the political process as they have become in regards to the issues of reproductive rights, I hope the Catholic Church will give their considerable clout to the seven themes of Catholic social teachings. more
TO THE EDITOR: I have been listening to the recent discussion in our state concerning the “Holiday” tree. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: I just read Bishop Tobin's article on-line as I subscribe to Courageous Priest and through email subscription I read the Five Problems with Homosexual "Marriage." more
TO THE EDITOR: I would like to respond, though belatedly, to your paper's timely editorial on poverty ("Pope Leo's wisdom needed again in time of growing poverty," Sept. 22, 2011). It could have gone farther. more
TO THE EDITOR: Your recent editorial (Ut unum sint, March 8, 2012) prompts me to suggest that your readers may also be interested in reading editorials on the subject of the Obama Healthcare Mandate in America magazine (March 5, 2012), Commonweal magazine (March 9, 2012) and E.J. Dionne’s columns on the subject cited in your editorial. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: We, the undersigned priests, are disturbed at the investigation ordered by the Vatican of Women Religious Congregations in the United States. Although the investigation targets all women religious Sisters in our country, the Vatican clearly is most concerned with those that are affiliated with the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR). more
TO THE EDITOR: Despite the governor's opinion, a decorated tree in December is, in fact, a Christmas tree. more
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