Letters to the Editor
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To the Editor: Full disclosure: my wife is a practicing Catholic. My youthful religious pedigree is Unitarian, perhaps the closest we come in the U.S. to amiable spirituality with … more
To the Editor: In response to the letter from Allen M. Maynard, No. Carver, Ma., “Women have no place in footwashing ceremony” [RI?Catholic, April 3]: I lost my son who was only … more
To the Editor: The article on SPRED [Special Religious Education, Rhode Island Catholic, April 17, “Religious education program opens hearts of the disabled”], introduced to the … more
To the Editor: With deep joy I welcome the pope to America. Pope Benedict XVI is a man rich in spiritual passion, humility, self-denial and love for the cause of God and of man. He … more
To the Editor: With respect to Allen M. Maynard's concern for fidelity to the rubrics mandated by "Paschales Solemnitatis"(RI Catholic, April 3), I certainly hope that his … more
To the Editor: Blessings on Bishop Tobin for his position on immigration. Governor Carcieri claims to be a religious Catholic, but his actions show a disregard for Judeo-Christian … more
To the Editor: Sincerest thanks to Assistant Editor Brain J. Lowney for his wonderful article on St. Peter’s Church newest faith formation program, Autism and the Sacraments, in the … more
To The Editor: The difficult decision to close St. Leo School came after a long process which included parents, parish and school leaders, and diocesan school and finance officials. … more
To the Editor: I was surprised to see on the front page of the RI Catholic for 27 March a photograph of a priest washing the feet of a young woman during a Holy Thursday liturgy. While it has … more
To the Editor: Now that the fight to save our school [St. Leo the Great] is over, the disappointment, sadness, and anger sets in. I’m disappointed in the parents that could re-register … more
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