Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: Catholic New York’s front-page headline in the October 30 issue was both distressing and disappointing. Distressing because it inferred that it was big news to say that … more
To the Editor: We have heard of certain communities that help build and maintain “family” by organizing members as food donors or meal preparers for mothers and fathers of newborn … more
To the Editor: I share this response to “Mary’s Servant,” the front-page photograph in CNY’s Nov. 27 issue, and the accompanying article, “Servants of Mary Care … more
To the Editor: Maria Bastone’s photo on Page 1 of your November 27 issue is a true work of art. I can easily envision it on a museum or gallery wall.  Congratulations to her … more
To the Editor: In your Oct. 30 issue you printed a story in which Pope Francis called for the abolishment of the death penalty and life in prison. After reading the article I believe that … more
To the Editor: The Nov. 13 issue has several articles about the mergers of a number of parishes in the Archdiocese. The cardinal is quoted as saying that the maintenance of facilities has … more
To the Editor: I would like to thank you for publishing the article “Broken, Beautiful and Beloved” (CNY, Oct. 6). This column was a great inspiration. I was planning a catechesis … more
My church is closing. The “Keepers of the Faith” have determined we no longer will be a viable community of faith as of Aug. 1, 2015. So they have produced the business plan and the … more
To the Editor: I have a small concern about a cartoon I saw on Page 12 of the current issue (CNY, Oct. 30). I understand the humor that was attempted, however, I feel like during these … more
To the Editor: On Oct. 19 the Archdiocese lost a great man. Msgr. William B. O’Brien passed away at age 90 (CNY, Oct. 30). Until a few years ago, he was still running Daytop Village, … more
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