Letters to the editor
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I was confused a bit by the photo (CNY, April 22) that showed the funeral service of Prince Philip of England. Not sure this belonged in a Catholic newspaper of the Archdiocese of New York. Many of … more
Thank you for the recent articles alerting Catholic voters to current issues at both the federal and state levels that directly affect our religious beliefs and freedom. Reading these articles with … more
I would like to express my prayers, sympathy and support to the Archdiocese of New York regarding the passing of Msgr. Dermot R. Brennan, pastor emeritus of St. Patrick’s, Yorktown Heights (CNY, … more
I am astounded to see the cover photo of CNY April 8. We were advised that this year's Easter Vigil would not include the traditional candles for the congregation due to the protocols set in place … more
Re: Obituary of Msgr. Francis V. Boyle (CNY, March 25). As a graduate of St. Gabriel’s School in Riverdale (Class of 1970), I mourn the passing of our Father Boyle. His positive impact was felt … more
This book is recommended for anyone who wants to grow in faith, forgiveness and have their eyes opened up more this Easter season. Our wonderful bishop portrays a whole different perspective of … more
find solace in the article “Adoration Chapel Brings Spiritual Graces to Iona Prep Community” (Editor’s Report, March 25). Father Justin Cinnante, O. Carm., school chaplain, has found that … more
God must have had, and always will have, a special and tender love for St. Joseph because God chose St. Joseph to be the protector of Jesus and Mary. Although there are no known spoken or written … more
We mourn with many others the sad passing of our dear Msgr. Francis V. Boyle (CNY, March 25). We are proud graduates of St. Gabriel’s School in Riverdale, the Bronx, and one of us is a former … more
In the recent edition of Weavings, the magazine of the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill, Sister June Clare Tracy, O.P., does a great job in reminding all of us of the sisters' ministry of Catholic … more
March 8-14 was Catholic Sisters Week across the United States. New Yorkers can celebrate two orders of sisters that are thriving and growing. The Dominican Sisters of Mary, headquartered in Ann … more
The recently televised Grammy Awards were nothing less than pornographic. Our culture has been heading more and more in this direction, but these performances brought us to a new low. I was … more
I was a little surprised that there was no reader response published to the “Open Letter to Pope Francis on Prenatal Justice” by Fordham University professor Charles C. Camosy (CNY, Feb. … more
I am reflecting on today's Gospel after reading this week's edition of Catholic New York, particularly articles centered around the issues of race, prejudice and sinfulness. Jesus speaks to us so … more
Thank you for Msgr. Thomas Shelley’s profile of the courageous abolitionist, Father Thomas Farrell, part of the new series May Their Memory Be a Blessing (CNY, Feb. 25). Father Farrell, pastor … more
As soon as I read the article on Father Thomas Farrell in the Feb. 25 edition, I had to respond with congratulations. The author limns an image of New York and its leadership in the Church without … more
I recently received the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer-BioNTech. Though I had a mild fever after the second dose, it sure beats dying alone of Covid-19 in a hospital. I am very grateful to … more
I am blessed to have grown up in a devout Roman Catholic family of 12 children. We said prayers each night that began with the Our Father, Hail Mary and Glory Be. My siblings were born over a 14-year … more
My parents are subscribers to your publication and they were looking at the article in your most recent edition about the longest-married couples in the archdiocese. They weren’t aware that you … more
I was a little surprised by the reaction in the letters column in the Jan. 28 edition to your Jan. 14 cover story on the riot by pro-Trump supporters in the Capitol on Jan. 6 in which five people … more
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