First Place Award for General Excellence, Catholic Press Association, 2013-2016

Letters to the editor
158 results total, viewing 151 - 158
What I most recall about Christmas as a child was going to Midnight Mass with my parents. Hearing all the beautiful Christmas carols and seeing Baby Jesus in the crib with the Blessed Mother and … more
Not many people know why the Crusades began in the year 1095. The Seljuk Turks were preventing pilgrims from entering the Holy Land, and the pope urged Christians, especially the Knights, to lead … more
Cardinal Dolan’s award from the American Jewish Committee (CNY, Nov. 12) was another great sign of unity in our world torn by hatred. While the cardinal stated that the Catholic and Jewish … more
In the meeting to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate (CNY, Nov. 12) in which Christians and Jews gather in friendship, I wonder if the Jewish members are ever made aware that the … more
I just read John Woods’ wonderful tribute to Msgr. James Dorney (Editor’s Report, Nov. 12). Accolades and tributes could never ever really describe how wonderful a priest and man he … more
John Woods’ column about Msgr. James Dorney was extremely touching and the stories continue about what a great priest he was. I have to share what I’m sure he would have never … more
Huzzah for Cardinal Dolan! It was a breath of fresh air to read his Report on the Synod (CNY, Oct. 29). How wonderful it was to read a clear, orthodox presentation of our Church’s … more
« Prev | 1 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 730 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.