Letters to the Editor
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TO THE EDITOR: I have just finished reading the December 8, 2011 issue of the Rhode Island Catholic with its front-page headline, The Spirit of Christmas. The issue was filled with articles and letters concerning the holiday/Christmas tree controversy. more
TO THE EDITOR:I wish to bring to your attention my dissatisfaction with a paragraph in an [opinion piece by nationally syndicated Catholic columnist] Richard Doerflinger (Building a wall against … more
To the Editor: Special thanks to reporter Emily Donohue for her excellent coverage (January 17) of the “Greening Your Congregation” conference recently sponsored by RI Interfaith … more
TO THE EDITOR: Mr. Chafee, like many progressives, relishes the idea of relabeling things. It's in their nature. With our Governor, for instance, marriage becomes "a feeling.” Life in the womb becomes "a choice.” more
TO THE EDITOR:Father Eugene McKenna recently wrote a letter to the editor expressing concern that capital punishment must be kept in focus as a pro-life issue. I feel that linking all life issues has … more
To the Editor: In the June 26 edition of Rhode Island Catholic, you provided your readers with an update of House Bill 8385, which would have saved money for public schools but would … more
To the Editor, I was happy to read the letter by Dr. Robert A. Tucker about the musicals performed by the students at St. Mary's School on Broadway in Providence. However, as the current … more
TO THE EDITOR: It was disappointing to hear the news this week, when our Governor Lincoln Chafee decided to remove the word "Christmas" tree and replace it with the word "Holiday" tree. more
TO THE EDITOR: Regarding your August 23, 2007 editorial "Sunday is God's Day....", everyone can certainly agree on that and no doubt everyone applauds the provision for Mass the NFL's Steelers place in their hotel contracts. Yet, I could not help notice the Mass provisions is one of many items including: filet mignon, prime rib, a Niagara of Gatorade and bottled water, made-to-order omelets and of course Heinz ketchup, all in a 17-page contract. more
Editor: The Scriptural tour de force published as a letter to the editor in a recent Providence Sunday Journal alleging that Jesus Christ was a homosexual demands a response. I would gladly … more
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