Letters to the Editor
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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
Dear Bishop Tobin, On behalf of the Jewish Community of Greater Rhode Island, we write to you on the eve of Passover and Holy Week to express our best wishes on the election of Pope Francis as the leader of the Roman Catholic Church. more
TO THE EDITOR: As Christians who fight for social justice our efforts need to be taken to a higher level. Year after year, as we drop off canned goods to food closets and soup kitchens, legislation is being passed that increases the poor amongst us to record numbers. Income disparity is at the highest level since the gilded age of last century. more
TO THE EDITOR: Prior to and after the election of Pope Francis newspaper articles and television reports have consistently referred to the election of the “Roman Catholic” Pope by the “Roman Catholic” Cardinals. The fact of the matter is that Francis is NOT the “Roman Catholic” Pope and he was NOT elected by the “Roman Catholic” Cardinals. more
TO THE EDITOR: Regarding, Carol Wilcox’s letter of March 28 (“It’s time to put down our stones”), condemning others is clearly wrong; however, the widespread misuse of the “do not judge” passage is too. more
TO THE EDITOR: The celebrated female foot washing on Holy Thursday by Pope Francis has elicited glee among a number of Catholics who interpret this gesture to be the first step (no pun intended) toward the priestly ordination of women. more
TO THE EDITOR: It is ironic that our new pope, Francis, was elected right before the gospel reading of the adulteress being stoned and Jesus exhorting the men to put down their stones unless they are without sin. more
TO THE EDITOR: Now that we are fast approaching "Holy Week," perhaps we could tone down the rhetoric where we all join the side of perfection and continually make Judas out, as if he were the only one who betrayed Christ. more
TO THE EDITOR: I would like to encourage Father Connors to continue writing his reflections on the Eucharist (Staying close to the altar, March 21,2013) in which he refers to the role of the ordained priest in the celebration of the Mass. more
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