Letters to the editor
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John Mulderig’s review of “Ben Hur” (CNY, Sept. 1) conflates Bonhoeffer’s concept of “Cheap Grace” with bad script writing and acting. Mulderig observes that … more
Thank you so much the advertisement recommending a good summer reading book. “All the Stars in the Heavens” by Adriana Trigiani was great reading I’ve now been introduced to … more
I was as devastated as anyone in France about the terrible Notre Dame Cathedral fire. My wife and I have had the good fortune to visit Paris multiple times, and one of the great treats of such a … more
It is a good thing to see the steps our archdiocese has taken to address the Church’s sex abuse crisis in CNY’s April 11 issue. However, it is starting to read like a scorecard with this much … more
The editorial, “Missed Opportunity for Student Protesters” (CNY, May 25), concerning the University of Notre Dame graduates who walked out of Vice President Pence’s address failed … more
An article on page 29 of Catholic New York’s April 11 issue is titled “Catholic Conference, Catholic Charities Urge Court to Reject Census Citizenship Question.” The Catholic Church and its … more
Carol Glatz’ article, “As School Year Ends…” (CNY, June 8) quotes Pope Francis’ remark: “If you don’t learn to say goodbye well, you will never learn how to … more
Thank you for the wonderful photos of the unveiling of the glorious Rose Window at Blessed Sacrament Church in the April 11 issue. One gentle correction. The photographer was Chris Sheridan, not … more
There have been several tries at explaining the Trinity. Let me offer this one. Think equilateral triangle, but not the lines, the angles. The three angles are each 60 degrees, all equal yet … more
In the recent article, “When Political Choice Is Tough, Pray and Vote Your Conscience,” (CNY, Oct. 13) Catholic News Service reports on a response by Pope Francis to a … more
CNY’s Oct. 13 issue included a heartfelt letter titled “In Need of Healing.” Sister spoke, in part, about how issues of taxation, climate change and racial tensions tend to … more
Many thanks to Catholic New York for helping the Volunteer Association of the Mary Manning Walsh Home make the 29th annual Walkathon a huge success by advertising the event. I received phone … more
In a Jan. 18 op-ed article in the Daily News (“Defending the Church From Cuomo”), Cardinal Dolan is dismayed and disappointed with Governor Cuomo and his support for the Child Victims Act, which … more
Where is the outrage of a nation founded on such good moral principles? The Supreme Court’s decision to allow abortions has resulted in more than 60 million abortions. It’s not enough that … more
It’s an annual Christmas tradition in our house, as important as decorating the tree and attending Mass. We enjoy Chris Sheridan’s stained-glass Nativity photos so much that we are … more
Remember the words and admonition of our parents and teachers—“Money is the root of all evil.” Apparently, our Governor has dismissed this valuable lesson in his desire to legalize recreational … more
When I saw Maria Bastone’s photo of the Christmas Eve Mass at Truck One (CNY, Jan. 5), I had a proud tear in my eye and a lump in my throat. The pride and pain of the extraordinary … more
Re: the letter from George Ganssle of Nanuet, under the heading “Quiet Protest,” in CNY’s June 23 issue, I very much appreciate his comment about the part of the Holy … more
George Ganssle’s protest got my attention, and I must respond. For one thing, God’s glory is yet to be revealed to us, as say in the Transfiguration, or in the beginning of … more
When George Ganssle thanks God for His “great glory,” he is not showering Him with empty praise for the sake of empty praise. God’s “great glory” is His angels … more
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