Letters to the Editor
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TO THE EDITOR: I read with interest the interview with Bishop Tobin about the first six months of Pope Francis’ papacy. My overriding impression is that our bishop is a master practitioner of “Irish Diplomacy.” more
Contrary to what some say, the dialog about global warming is not over. more
TO THE EDITOR: I write in response to Tony Magliano’s piece entitled, “Global Warming: We’d better take it seriously,” (Aug. 1). He wrote: And of serious human caused threats to the natural world, none is more serious, or more urgent, than climate change – especially global warming.” more
TO THE EDITOR: On behalf of the Lumen Gentium Awards dinner committee, I would like to thank Rhode Island Catholic for their coverage (Awarded for their Faith, May 23) of the first annual dinner in recognition of those who serve their parish and community. 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
TO THE EDITOR: Though profoundly disappointed with the recent passage of the same-sex "marriage" legislation in our state, I am not the least bit surprised at it. more
TO THE EDITOR: Legislation against the nature and dignity of marriage was a devastating loss for Rhode Island, and in particular, East Providence, where residents suffered betrayal by elected leaders and some fellow Catholics who abused our trust by advancing same-sex "marriage" in our name, even as we gathered in defense of faith, family, and reason. more
TO THE EDITOR: I would like to respond the article “Pastors offer support for toughening gun laws” in the April 18 edition. more
Dear brothers and sisters, On behalf of our community and parish, we extend our gratitude to each of you who remembered us in prayer following the events of December 14, 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary School. more
TO?THE?EDITOR: Every word is so right on and true in your April 18 editorial, State Senate should follow path of tradition, (which calls for the Rhode Island Senate to follow a path that protects traditional marriage.) more
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