Letters to the Editor
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To the Editor: Now that the fight to save our school [St. Leo the Great] is over, the disappointment, sadness, and anger sets in. I’m disappointed in the parents that could re-register … more
TO THE EDITOR: Congratulations to the R.I. Catholic for providing much hilarity here at Brown University by advertising "The Pope's Cologne." more
TO THE EDITOR: I read with great interest & joy your editorial pertaining to the life of Br. Andre. more
TO THE EDITOR: Do the words "Cafeteria Catholic" merit the negative connotation given them in the media? more
To the Editor: I want to thank you for placing our Palm Sunday Bake Sale notice in the RI Catholic. It was our most successful cake sale – ever. I am sure we couldn't have done that without … more
To the Editor: How can Stephen Kent, in his column of January 7, state that, "The decade is over?" more
TO THE EDITOR: Genevieve Kineke, in her Op-Ed last week “The Power of Nonconforming women,” defends Catholic women. I support that effort. It does trouble me, however, that in her essay on the … more
TO THE EDITOR: Although I have met many of your readers on the campaign trail, I am grateful for this chance to address some of the most crucial issues in this election and introduce myself to those I’ve not had the pleasure of meeting. more
TO THE EDITOR: Just think… The world cheered over the extrication of 33 living Chilean miners entombed within the earth. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: George Weigel states in his column, “Companions on the Road to Easter”: “In the mid-1980s, students from the Pontifical North American College, the U.S. seminary on Rome’s Janiculum Hill, began to follow the ancient custom of walking to the station church traditionally appointed for that day, each day of Lent.” more
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