Letters to the Editor
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TO THE EDITOR: “Let us remember we are in the Holy Presence of God.” Thank you Father John Kiley for your well-written Quiet Corner column “Prayer is recognizing the presence of … more
TO THE EDITOR: It’s been 10 months since this nightmare called COVID-19 disrupted our lives, but with the news of a vaccine breakthrough it seems our prayers may have been answered. … more
TO THE EDITOR: I am not a racist. I make this candid statement to avert such an unfounded charge against me in response to the position I will herein assert against changing the formal historical … more
TO THE EDITOR: Catholics are natural born fighters. Let’s look at the sacrifice, the saints, and ourselves. We are not to be cowardly or lukewarm. We stand for and help those that cannot … more
TO THE EDITOR: Even before the pandemic, Rhode Islanders were suffering a severe health crisis due to air pollutants. A 2013-2017 study by the RI Department of Health found that 10.9% of Rhode … more
TO THE EDITOR: God bless the Pastor Emeritus whose editorial letter incorporated the teachings of the Catechism to make his case that practicing Catholics cannot vote for Joe Biden. Innocent human … more
TO THE EDITOR: After thirty years of distinguished and honorable public service and serving as Rhode Island’s lone African-American State Senator, Senator Harold Metts, will not return to … more
TO THE EDITOR: Protecting our God-given right to life from conception to natural death is the overriding human rights issue of all time because it is the foundation of all other human rights. … more
TO THE EDITOR: The term “pro-life” has always been used regarding the unborn and against abortion — period. The fact that one may support other issues regarding other … more
TO THE EDITOR: Imagine the scenario. It’s 2025 and for the past five years scientists have been tracking an asteroid that’s 30 miles in diameter. It’s trajectory shows that it … more
TO THE EDITOR: I was saddened and dismayed when I read the editorial about the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki being “not necessary and not morally justifiable” in the August … more
TO THE EDITOR: A short time ago we celebrated Labor Day weekend which brings to mind a priest who devoted his life to the well-being of working persons and their God given dignity. Around the … more
TO THE EDITOR: I appreciated your editorial on the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, including the comments of Eisenhower and Douglas. Today, we have the very sorrowful reality of the new class … more
TO THE EDITOR: I would like to congratulate Bishop Thomas J. Tobin for having the courage and strength to state, “Biden-Harris. First time in a while that the Democratic ticket hasn’t … more
To the Editor: As Ann Sullivan pointed out in her letter, voting is indeed a heavy responsibility, not only because those we elect have the task of “leading us through good times,” but … more
To the Editor: With Election Day three months away, I am writing to ask the R.I. Catholic to help readers understand that there are many issues that must be considered before casting a vote on … more
To the Editor: I would like to address two ladies that proclaimed in the July 23 edition that being pro-life should not be the #1 priority for a Catholic voter. I disagree. If Life is not the #1 … more
To the Editor: I believe in God, the Father Almighty, and in Jesus Christ. I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Holy Catholic Church, etc. Also, I believe that when a baby is conceived in the … more
TO THE EDITOR: In his July 16 article, Father John A. Kiley spoke about the influence that the religious sisters had on his vocation to the priesthood. I could not agree more. more
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