Letters to the editor
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To the Editor: In a story in the May 15 issue, “U.N. Committee Asks About Clergy Sex Abuse,” the leaders of the Church feel it incumbent to acquiesce to the United Nations on a … more
To the Editor: In the July 10 issue, the article “Prescription for a Better Marriage: Start Dating” warrants a comment. I lost my wife on Jan. 2, 2014. My wife and I had an … more
To the Editor: I would like to share one of my insights that I remember about Father John O’Hara, now Bishop-designate O’Hara, while he was the pastor of St. Teresa’s parish … more
To the Editor: Through the years we have all witnessed the steady and increasing decline of silence in all Catholic churches, which indirectly contributes to the heartbreaking reality that … more
To the Editor: In a story in your May 15 issue, Cardinal Walter Kasper says, “It is inconsistent for the Church to teach that every sin can be forgiven, yet withhold access to … more
To the Editor: Recent ads promoting New York State for the location of new businesses make New York seem like a “Mecca” for out of state interests considering relocation. Yet it … more
To the Editor: I just read the news that Archbishop Francis Chullikatt will be concluding his term as the Vatican’s Nuncio to the United Nations. At this time I very much want to … more
To the Editor: When I would request Mass be offered for my brother-in-law Carlo at my parish of St. Clement and St. Michael’s, Carlo’s sister Rose would always be sure to attend. … more
To the Editor: Recently, there has been a lot of finger-pointing over the use of offensive language by famous people. They have apologized. Let’s move on. We are turning into a society … more
To the Editor: In the month of June we recognize with love and gratitude our fathers and the fathers of family and friends. Let us also remember in prayer the “Spiritual … more
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