Letters to the Editor
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TO?THE?EDITOR: Is it being overly sensitive to be concerned that Good Friday was "shared" this year by Earth Day? But why was this secular event parked in the middle of the most sacred stretch of the Christian calendar in the first place? more
TO THE EDITOR: I remember a conversation I had in 10th grade with a teacher, Brother David, as I struggled through various philosophical traditions that lead away from the church, about what it meant to rigorously follow out these alternative paths. more
TO THE EDITOR: It appears the Church has entered the logical next step or phase of the “pastoral” following Vatican II. With respect to Father Michael Najim’s anecdotal piece, instead of … more
TO THE EDITOR: Rhode Islanders, we have been betrayed, again! Both Senators Reed and Whitehouse voted to reject the Blunt Amendment, an amendment that would have given conscience protection to religious institutions from being forced to follow the tyrannical mandates of President Obama’s health plan. more
TO THE EDITOR: There seems to be no belief today that divorced and remarried Catholics who go to Mass experience graces for standing in front of the Lord and saying, ‘We know we are sinners but … more
To the Editor: On behalf of Mercy Sister Mary Higgins, Father Bernard Lavin and myself, I want to thank Brian Lowney for the series of articles that he wrote on bullying in the Rhode … more
TO?THE?EDITOR: Freedom can be taken away by the government and it’s happening every day. more
TO THE EDITOR: I was so fortunate to have read on the PewSitter Web site Bishop Tobin’s beautiful and so truthful letter: "The President's Speech; Why I Wasn't Impressed." more
TO THE EDITOR: I am writing to commend Father Michael Najim on his recent Op-Ed, “A Pastoral Reflection on the Divorced and Remarried: Finding a Way Forward.” His personal experience shows him … more
TO THE EDITOR: Recently, the United States Senate voted to not pass a prohibition of late term abortions known as the “Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.” Both our Rhode Island … more
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