Letters to the Editor
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TO THE EDITOR: For way too long there has been a hypocritical picking on of Christian religious symbols and holidays, and calling them something they are not, and doing so under the guise of not wanting to offend others. more
To the Editor: On page 16 of the RI Catholic in the issue of Sept 11, there were two articles on abortion and the upcoming election. The one on top was written by the asst. director for … more
To the Editor, I lived in Rhode Island for 25 years before moving to Florida ten years ago. I really missed Rhode Island, my family, and extended family at St. Francis of Assisi Parish … more
TO THE EDITOR: I am so disappointed as a senior that Gov. Chafee would play politics with the Christmas tree and Jesus' birth. It’s very sad! more
To the Editor: I couldn’t stop shaking my head in astonishment as I was reading Fr. Ray Suriani’s commentary “From contraception to ‘gay marriage’” (Sept., 18, 2008). That … more
TO THE EDITOR: I just finished reading “Celebrating the Latin Mass” in the July 8 issue of the RI Catholic. (aka The Visitor) I am left with several questions. more
TO THE EDITOR: The recent differing opinions regarding the State House Christmas tree between the executive director of the Rhode Island Council of Churches and the Roman Catholic Bishop of Providence underline a basic characteristic of their two faith traditions. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: Just a couple of simple remarks as regards to the Rhode Island Catholic edition dated March 25, 2010. more
TO THE EDITOR: I enjoyed the first of a three part series on "Ways we worship" in the RI Catholic July 8, 2010. I look forward to the rest of the series and I hope that an upcoming installment will give the history of the Mass in the vernacular, a nearly 2000 year tradition in some Catholic Rites. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: I was happy to see the recent commentary by Stephen Kent "Food insecurity can't wait until after the holidays." The article does a great job outlining the crisis and sin of food insecurity and hunger in the United States and around the world. more
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