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.
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.
God Works in Mysterious Ways; Pray for Those Serving Our Communities; Not Just Intellectually But With My Mind and Soul; We Will Get Through This Together.
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.
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).
Dear Editor: I have been intending for some time to write to you to let you know how much I appreciate your great work at The Tablet.
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).
Dear Editor: The Left has never stopped attacking this president (“Cardinal Dolan Defends Himself After Letter Criticizing Him for Trump Call,” May 2).
Dear Editor: A great message from our Bishop! (“This Virtual Experience: A Valuable Lesson,” Put Out Into the Deep, May 2).
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.