Letters to the Editor
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TO THE EDITOR: Education is an investment. Whether it is time, resources or money, we receive in proportion to what we are willing to give. more
TO THE EDITOR: Father Randall's letter to the editor regarding Father Kiley's article concerning Cardinal Martini gave me hope for a renewal of kindness and compassion in our Catholic Church. I too, felt Father Kiley's article was critical and harsh. more
TO THE EDITOR: Pope Benedict has called for a new evangelization to “those who have experienced a crisis of faith due to secularization." more
TO THE EDITOR: As we all know, many practicing Catholics are, to lesser and greater degrees, dismayed by Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and other "pro-choice" members of the Catholic flock holding high profile, political office. more
TO THE EDITOR: As Christ the King Parish continues to warmly welcome Father Jared Costanza as our new pastor, I wanted to take a moment to say thank you to Father Joe Creedon for his extraordinary leadership at Christ the King for over thirty years. more
TO THE EDITOR: I am disappointed that after all these years Father Kiley has not mellowed in his treatment of what he calls Catholic “liberals.” more
TO THE EDITOR: It was refreshing to find Stephen Kent's commentary "Ending a war that has no victors" in the pages of The Rhode Island Catholic (September 23, 2012). more
TO THE EDITOR: Mattie Ross, in the movie True Grit, says of her father, who was shot down in the street, that his spirit had flown. Shot down by cancer, Father Ray Kehew’s spirit has flown but not the memory of his presence among us. more
TO THE EDITOR: This is a response to "The Supreme Court and Roe versus Wade" published on September 27, 2012. more
TO THE EDITOR: To a packed crowd of parishioners, our Bishop Tobin came to visit us at our parish. more
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