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Future for persons with disabilities looks brighter Print E-mail
Letters to the editor
Thursday, Dec. 01, 2016 -- 12:00 AM

To the editor:

It was with great pleasure I read the front page article about the name change of the Apostolate for Persons with Disabilities! The future for persons with disabilities in our diocese looks much brighter.

The added staff can only lead to greater results as the Apostolate works to ensure the full inclusion in parish life for ALL Catholics.

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Bishop gives good review of candidates Print E-mail
Letters to the editor
Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016 -- 12:00 AM

To the editor:

What a good synopsis and full review of the presidential candidates written by Bishop Robert C. Morlino (October 27 issue). It was written in a way that encourages one to vote, but does not impart a feeling of guilt for whatever one’s choice is.

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Father Pavone’s actions showed disrespect for right to life Print E-mail
Letters to the editor
Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016 -- 12:00 AM

To the editor:

It was with disgust I viewed a video posted to video access of Fr. Frank Pavone placing an aborted fetus on an altar and holding it up for view. By this action, Father Pavone showed a disrespect for right to life and his actions were as offensive as abortion itself.

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One candidate stands up for life and religious liberty Print E-mail
Letters to the editor
Thursday, Nov. 03, 2016 -- 12:00 AM

To the editor:

Catholics will be very influential in determining who will become our next president. The choice is really only between the candidates of our two major parties. Though neither candidate this year is ideal, I would argue that one of them is far superior to the other from a Catholic point of view.

One of the candidates now substantially embraces the pro-life position and has promised, as president, to only appoint pro-life justices, like the late Antonin Scalia, to the Supreme Court. The other candidate wants no restrictions on abortion and is the darling of America’s largest abortion provider-Planned Parenthood.

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