Letters to the Editor
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TO?THE?EDITOR: Conversation in my circle of peers often centers around the lack of civility that is most apparent in the political and talk show world. How disappointing to see this similar type of rhetoric in the Rhode Island Catholic in the March 8, 2012 edition. more
TO THE EDITOR: I would like to congratulate Kathy Pesta on the longevity of her marriage. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: I am sure that the learned Fr. Creedon understands that, unlike the changes in the Liturgy brought about in 1970, the Council of Trent did not change the Mass in form or content but codified the Liturgy as it was being celebrated at that time in the main Basilicas of Rome. more
TO THE EDITOR: This is in response to the letter published 1/28/2010, “Students too young to defend marriage” by Kathy Pesta in Wakefield, RI. more
TO THE EDITOR: Father Kiley's article 'Discussion, division and disagreement over the Eucharist' among Catholics reveals to me a man stuck in the 70s. more
TO THE EDITOR: The House of Hope CDC gives a great big thank you to Father David Green and St. Kevin's parishioners for their kindness this past year in helping with the homeless at Harrington Hall. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: The bishop encourages our citizens to enter into debates concerning the burning issues facing our community, our state and our country as a whole people rather than a spirit-less people. more
TO THE EDITOR: This past May, the Providence Police Department held our Commendation Awards Ceremony at Bishop McVinney Auditorium. In planning this important event we were seeking a first … more
TO THE EDITOR: Mrs. Kathy Pesta writes (Letters, 1/28/2010) that her sacramental marriage, which is hopefully open to the transmission of new life, will not be altered by the civil marriage of homosexuals, who by definition are incapable of procreation with one another. more
TO THE EDITOR: The last edition of the Rhode Island Catholic left me disappointed in its confusing misuse of liturgical terminology. The article in question was entitled “Celebrating the healing Mass,” and was described as "part two of a three-part series on special liturgical celebrations offered in the Diocese of Providence." more
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