Letters to the Editor, Week of June 6, 2020

Racism, a Venom in the Hearts of Human Beings; Vaccines Developed From Aborted Fetuses; One of Your Biggest Mistakes as an Editor; Fine Theoretical Concept But Unrealistic.

Letters to the Editor, Week of May 30, 2020

We Cannot Jeopardize the Lives of Our Neighbors; Strange Intellectual Companions; Be Kind, Wash Your Hands and Pray, Pray, Pray; Father Jorge — The Nicest Man You Could Meet.

Grateful for the Italian Mass on NET TV

Dear Editor: I am American born — from Staten Island, N.Y. Both pairs of my grandparents were born in Italy and
speaking Italian and “broken” English were part of my growing up.

The Blessing of Having Televised Masses

 Dear Editor:  I have been watching Sunday Mass on TV for over a year due to two conditions which have kept me from attending in person (“This Virtual Experience: A Valuable Lesson,” Put Out Into the Deep, May 2).

Remembering Father William DeBiase

Dear Editor: A great American, a great friend, and above all a great priest (“Purple Heart Recipient, Middle Village
Native Priest, Dies in Philadelphia,” Obituaries, April 25).

Continuing Dialogue With Every Side

Dear Editor: The Left has never stopped attacking this president (“Cardinal Dolan Defends Himself After Letter Criticizing Him for Trump Call,” May 2).

Reading the News of the Diocese of Brooklyn

Dear Editor: A while ago I asked for my subscription to The Tablet to be canceled.

Could you please re-instate it to me? After reading the past few issues, I realize how much I enjoy reading the news of the Diocese of Brooklyn.