Letters to the editor
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“Place in thy heart one drop of the Precious Blood of Jesus and fear nothing.” (Pope Pius IX) Holy Mother Church dedicates the month of July to the Precious Blood of Jesus Christ, … more
On behalf of Ryan and Elizabeth Young, the members of the board of directors, and the countless volunteers and students who have responded to the call to discipleship at Fearless Retreats, thank … more
Many thanks to Catholic New York for helping the Volunteer Association of the Mary Manning Walsh Home make our 30th annual walkathon a huge success by publicizing the event. I received phone calls … more
In response to the recent violence that took place in Charlottesville, Va., the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill would like to make known the following statement we have released: We, the Dominican … more
The recent violence in Virginia clearly deserves the condemnation from most governments and religions. The rejection of hate-based actions is a unifying force. But, lest we forget, the massive … more
I want to thank you for the coverage that you gave to the “Giving Voice” meeting here in New York (CNY, July 20). This gathering of women religious under 50 is always a gift to … more
Thank you for your beautiful article in the April 26 edition (Editor’s Report) regarding recent honors bestowed on Joe Delaney by the University of Notre Dame. Joe is the very first person, … more
Thanks for Christie Chicoine’s article on the 15th Anniversary FDNY Memorial Service at St. Patrick’s Cathedral (CNY, Sept. 15). Especially poignant was Father Thomas … more
The article (“New Greenhouse to Stock Catholic Charities Food Offerings in Rockland”, CNY, Aug. 17) about the “Garden of Love” was perceptive and touching. Beginning the … more
We are Christians, citizens of the great experiment—the United States of America—and so we have difficult duties and obligations not given to citizens of any other nation, including … more
In response to the letters of Sister Veronica Piccone, M.S.C., and Lucille Kennedy, regarding abortion and immigration (CNY, April 26), there is no issue more important than protecting the lives of … more
Reading your editorial about our Church’s involvement, (CNY, Sept. 15) in the much-maligned United Nations was refreshing and hopeful, especially with our world’s great refugee … more
May I invite my fellow readers of Catholic New York to join me in honoring Our Lady of Fatima in this Centennial Year of the Fatima apparitions by giving a rosary to three children (6 to 16 years … more
Sometimes rude/crude words or language obscures the message. Anger or outrage focused on the language sometimes blocks us from giving a fair evaluation to the thought. Recent published criticisms … more
In reference to the letter entitled “Improving Lives” (CNY, April 12), the writer implies that the Democratic Party is doing God’s work as prescribed in Matthew 25:31-46 in keeping … more
I am an Aisle Person (Letters, Sept. 15). I am claustrophobic, and when I am surrounded by large people, I am extremely uncomfortable. If the biggest problem Mr. Ganssle has in life is to watch … more
A letter to the editor in your Nov. 10 issue cites a statement by Catholic News Service that both the Democratic and Republican candidates hold positions not in accord with Catholic teaching, and … more
In bold contrast, and response, to the AP-observer’s lament (Letters, Sept. 15), perhaps the best way to avoid the temptation of labeling, and judging, others–while in the house of … more
In an effort to speak to James O’Neill of the uncertainty he expressed in a letter in the Nov. 10 issue, and in furtherance of John Woods’ column in the same issue, according to exit … more
The Nov. 10 edition contains no mention of the No. 1 threat to our immigrant brothers and sisters, the new administration’s effort to crack down on immigration and step up deportation. What … more
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