Letters to the Editor
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TO THE EDITOR: We would like to thank Father Najim for his letter concerning a real life irregular marriage. It is nice to see a priest trying to discern the Holy Father Pope Francis’ Apostolic … more
TO THE EDITOR: Mr. Magliano’s view concerning Jesus and nonviolence is based in a biblical fundamentalism. Certain New Testament texts … more
To The Editor: Bully for this paper's decision to publish the notice of VOTF'S annual meeting in Providence. And bully for the Voice of the Faithful forchoosing as its … more
TO?THE?EDITOR: Few Americans, if any, doubt that our nation’s laws on immigration need revision and that the national conversation should be civil. Unfortunately, there are a few not-so-helpful ideas that have been bruited about; let us be on our guard against these. more
TO THE EDITOR: In his 1/20/2011 column (“The President’s Speech; Why I Wasn’t Impressed”), Bishop Tobin explains why he was one of the few in this country unmoved by President Obama’s speech in the aftermath of the shooting in Tucson, Arizona. more
TO THE EDITOR: I read with interest Father Najim’s pastoral reflection on the Divorced and Remarried. In it, Father Najim seeks to apply Pope Francis’ counsel of “building a culture of … more
TO THE EDITOR: In the wake of the troubling news regarding the St. Joseph Health Services of Rhode Island Pension Plan, it is crucial to acknowledge the Plan participants and their families at … more
TO THE EDITOR: There has been much discussion about abortion, but it seems that the evil of abortion has not been aggressively articulated. Human Life is sacred because from its beginning it … more
To the Editor: As Director of Rhode Island Interfaith Power and Light, I would like to thank The Rhode Island Catholic for the outstanding coverage given to our recent Cool Congregations workshop which was held at St. Mary’s Parish in Bristol on September 13. more
TO THE EDITOR: I passionately believe the breakdown of the family unit is the single deepest ethical and moral challenge of our generation. Whether we respond to [this challenge] will depend on the resolve and willingness of all of us to commit ourselves to the care and protection of family life. more
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