Letters to the Editor
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To the Editor: I am so pleased to see people focused on the sanctity of life and the fact that abortion is evil. It will be a much better world when abortion is spoken in past tense. … more
To the Editor: Thank you for the extensive coverage by Emily Donohue of the Pro-Life March in Washington, DC. It was a first! It was beautiful! I pray to our Father that this kind of … more
To the Editor: On January 22 we recognized the 35th anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision that has taken the lives of some 45 million innocent babies and drastically changed our … more
To the Editor: I have read the Rhode Island Catholic in the past and wanted to offer this opinion to your letters to the editor column. I do not know what your policy is on printing … more
To the Editor: I must admit to being amazed and chagrined at why Rhode Island Catholic and the Catholic News Service saw fit to print the article “The incredible shrinking field of … more
To the Editor: Who is minding the store at RI Catholic? Agnes of God is a vindictive, blasphemous, sacrilegious mockery of Roman Catholicism and yet it rates front page notice, … 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: Regarding the "Please bring back prayers for priests" in the January 3 issue of the Rhode Island Catholic, I totally agree and would like the inspiring column restored. more
To The Editor: On page 8 of the 11/20/07 issue of the RI Catholic, you have an article entitled "Holy Day of Obligation." more
To the Editor: I would like to comment on a Commentary written by William Patenaude, “Come learn how you can ‘green’ your congregation,” Thursday, January 3, 2008, Rhode Island Catholic. more
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