Letters to the Editor
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TO THE EDITOR: The Catholic Church opposes abortion. The Democratic Party endorses abortion.The Catholic Church deems each and every pregnancy as being a miraculous gift from God. The Democratic … 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: I just had a chance to read Father Stokes’ letter printed in the February 27 issue of the Rhode Island Catholic. A very partisan letter it seems to be. My question to Father … 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
Editor: The editorial appearing in the Feb. 8 edition of The Visitor, "Don't play ping pong with the American and Iraqi lives" struck a most negative cord in me. In particular, the last … more
TO THE EDITOR: First thank you for the series on different rites. (Ways we worship, July 8, 2010) Usually I do not write responses to articles, but in this case I was disappointed with the feelings of the two priests in response to Latin in the Mass. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: So happy to read the editorial in the recent R.I. Catholic that states the position of the Catholic Church explicitly with regards to capital punishment. Christ was for repentance, not revenge. more
To the Editor: Who is minding the store at RI Catholic? Agnes of God is a vindictive, blasphemous, sacrilegious mockery of Roman Catholicism and yet it rates front page notice, … more
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