Letters to the Editor
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TO?THE?EDITOR: Approximately one year ago an article appeared in the Arts and Media section of the Rhode Island Catholic newspaper, which profiled the St. Mary Academy Bay-View 25th … more
To The Editor: The difficult decision to close St. Leo School came after a long process which included parents, parish and school leaders, and diocesan school and finance officials. … more
TO THE EDITOR: I write from Lancaster, Ohio, to thank Bishop Tobin for his recent "mock interview" with President Obama and his subsequent response to criticism "Jesus Wasn't Always Nice" in … more
To the Editor: I was surprised to see on the front page of the RI Catholic for 27 March a photograph of a priest washing the feet of a young woman during a Holy Thursday liturgy. While it has … more
TO THE EDITOR: We wish to express our thanks to Bishop Tobin for his inspirational column "Jesus Wasn't Always Nice." It was excellent and inspiring. Sometimes we get cowed into a … more
TO THE EDITOR: In the Feb. 21 column by Tony Magliano "A Lenten fast acceptable to the Lord," the assertion is made that assisting the vulnerable and poor is not only an individual duty but an obligation of our nation's government. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: This letter is in response to John P. Lynch who was critical of Sister Culligan when she referred to President Obama as ‘Obama.’ The disrespect heaped upon … more
TO THE EDITOR: Father Joseph Creedon’s hostility to the Latin Mass mystifies me. In The Rhode Island Catholic’s July 8 article (“Ways we worship: Celebrating the Latin Mass”), Latin Mass priests and parishioners reflected upon the beauty of that rite. No one denigrated the ordinary form of the Mass. more
TO THE EDITOR: In his Apostolic Exhortation on the Word of God, Pope Benedict XVI wrote about “dark” passages of the Bible; those passages which, "due to the violence and immorality they occasionally contain, prove obscure and difficult.” more
To The Editor: Rev. Joseph Creedon seems to be irritated by an article that you published recently (July 22, 2010). Whether his ire is directed toward poor editing and incomplete reporting by the paper, or toward the Latin language as a liturgical conveyance, or toward proponents of the Tridentine Mass, it is quite clear that he is upset. more
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