Letters to the editor
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At the meeting of the U.S. Catholic bishops, a majority of bishops approved going forward to draft a statement on the meaning of Holy Communion in the life of the Church. The statement will renew … more
A lifelong commitment to the vocation of the priesthood was exhibited recently at Holy Name of Jesus in Otisville. One of our former pastors, Father Gerard J. DiSenso, a priest for more than 63 … more
Re: the column on decluttering by Claudia McDonnell (CNY, June 17). My husband passed away recently and it brought to mind cleaning out. It’s very hard to go to the closet and see his … more
This is in response to the article in which St. Mother Teresa is being criticized by Michelle Goldberg and others (CNY, June 17). I find the information they are presenting to be offensive, untrue … more
This morning I had the surprising pleasure of reading an account of someone who contributed so much to my sense of joy in teaching in the Catholic school system for eight years. It underscored the … more
The article by Nicole Muranelli (CNY, June 3), “What I Learned This Year to Help Me Spread the Good News,” filled my heart with joy. What a breath of fresh air to hear an adolescent today with so … more
Regarding the letter of Rosemary Molloy (CNY, June 17). Ms. Molloy makes an interesting juxtaposition between two excellent writers. They are George Weigel and David Brooks. Unfortunately, it … more
The letter entitled “Most Precious Gift” by Christina M. Sorrentino (CNY, June 3) was beautiful. It made me evermore grateful to a loving God for my Catholic Faith, and the Catholic … more
Regarding the letter from John M. Conroy (CNY, June 3). I admit this is a spontaneous response to Mr. Conroy's letter, but I am wondering why he is looking to Catholic New York to resolve the … more
I was very moved to read your article from Nicole Muranelli "What I Learned This Year to Help Me Spread the Good News" (CNY, June 3). I was touched by her deep faith and helpful ways to spread Jesus' … more
When it comes to political application of Catholic thought, Catholics must carefully examine their beliefs. We have recently seen the federal strengthening of support for situations involving … more
I was delighted to read about Msgr. William Koenig being named as bishop-elect of the Diocese of Wilmington, Del. (CNY, May 6). He is one of my favorites on the Catholic Faith Network. He’s … more
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
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