Letters to the Editor
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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
TO?THE?EDITOR: Please pass on a great big thank you to the Most Reverend Bishop Thomas Tobin for his article regarding homosexuality. more
TO THE EDITOR:Today in Rhode Island, there is a great moral/social/legal crisis facing us by the current proposed pro-abortion legislation (H-5127). This is an unconscionable attack on our community. … more
To the Editor: I hasten to acknowledge with profound appreciation the excellent and timely coverage of the devastation caused by the Gustav and Hannah hurricanes on the Catholic mission … more
TO THE EDITOR: So Bishop Tobin won’t be “writing any letters of recommendation for anyone applying for Notre Dame any time soon. Or Georgetown either, for that matter.” (Without a Doubt Tidbits, June 19) more
TO THE EDITOR: By refusing to acknowledge the word Christmas, Rhode Islanders are forced to accept one more way in which religious liberties are being stifled in this state and around the country. more
To the editor: I recently opened the Rhode Island Catholic and read about Bishop Hendricken students participating in the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Foundation’s “Flames of Hope: Celebration … more
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