Letters to the Editor
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TO THE EDITOR: The preservation of Gregorian Chant and the use of several Latin phrases as well as Greek and Hebrew words in the Roman liturgy, as noted in a recent R.I. Catholic editorial, are … more
TO THE EDITOR: As many in the Diocese return to Sunday Mass, there is much to celebrate. But the pandemic is not over. Nature does not let us decide that. While vaccines are showing promising … more
TO THE EDITOR: Catholics take note. President Biden has released his 2022 Budget without the inclusion of the Hyde Amendment. The 1976 Hyde Amendment, which bars the use of federal funds for … more
TO THE EDITOR: On May 24,the Poor People’s Campaign presented their resolution in Congress titled, “Third Reconstruction.” Drawing on the transformational history of the First … more
TO THE EDITOR: On the afternoon of the Feast of Pentecost, I paid my respects to the family of a man who helped teach me the meaning of humility — a man who touched the lives of many with a … more
TO THE EDITOR: Thank you so much for sharing the wonderful memories of Frs. Nicholas Iacovacci and Robert Randall as they celebrate their 70th anniversary of priestly ordination. Ad multos annos!A … more
TO THE EDITOR: The Covid-19 pandemic has taught us many lessons, including that large-scale global catastrophes can and do happen when we are not expecting them. This is a very sobering … more
TO THE EDITOR: It is important for us to support our Bishops who are willing to speak the truth. It is for our own eternal good. It is so confusing to me when Catholics expect that any Bishop can … more
TO THE EDITOR: I noted with sadness the passing of Father Francis Guidice. May I add one aspect of his productive life not mentioned in your accounts of his priestly career. Back in 1976, I was … more
TO THE EDITOR: I read with interest the editorial, “The Ten Commandments and the Natural Law,” in the R.I. Catholic, March 4, 2021. The writer suggests that Thomas Jefferson had the … more
TO THE EDITOR: While calls for the publication of “The Best of The Quiet Corner” are flattering, a book of six pages would not merit much attention. When the final review of The Quiet … more
TO THE EDITOR: In your 28 January edition, “The Quiet Corner” made a bit of noise. Father Kiley spoke about Joe Biden, saying that only God can know if Biden is a good Catholic. There … more
TO THE EDITOR: I second the motion proposed by Harold Trafford Jr., in his recent letter, that “The Best of Quiet Corner” would make an absolutely terrific book! Mike Speidel, … more
TO THE EDITOR: I would like to respond to Father David Stokes’ letter to the editor in the January 21 edition of the R.I. Catholic. He called the events of January 6 by about 100 fanatics … more
TO THE EDITOR: With interest I read the paeans of support for Pres. Joseph Biden in recent letters to the editor.With deepest regret, the Church universal mourns the unborn who, not unlike the … more
TO THE EDITOR: The title of your editorial in your January 14th publication was opinion, thanks to our First Amendment of freedom of speech, but not based on fact. Yes, the violent event at our … more
TO THE EDITOR: At first glance, the Bishops’ column of January 28, “The Strength that you find” had me hoping that he was going to be writing something positive about President … more
TO THE EDITOR: I learned many years ago that we should always look for the good in people, and also, that in the good there’s a little bad, and even in the very bad, there’s a little … more
TO THE EDITOR: Kudos to Father Kiley for his excellent article regarding the President of the United States. It was insightful and well-written. Every Catholic should read this to get a … more
TO THE EDITOR: January 31 marked the beginning of National Catholic Schools Week. Typically known for rigorous academics and competitive teams, it’s easy to overlook that Catholic schools … more
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