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Liked commentary on America’s societal ills Print
Letters to the editor
Thursday, Aug. 03, 2017 -- 12:00 AM

To the editor:

Fr. Bevil Bramwell’s article in the July 27 issue of the Catholic Herald entitled, “The Church and the New Left,” is a brilliantly expressed commentary on America’s societal ills.

One of my favorite expressions is that you cannot serve two masters. When people react politically due to ill conceived and wrongful “handouts” and ignore the Church truths, they are “denying their integrity as human beings.”

There is not enough room in this letter to cover so many more important statements in this article, that I would request that the article be published again in this paper sometime this fall when people are back from vacation and have more time to read the paper.

Roderick A. Baker