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.

Another Pro-Life Light in The Pandemic

Dear Editor: Thanks for highlighting the great work of Good Counsel homes and Bridge to Life to help mothers and babies during these dark days.

In Support of Universal Basic Income

Dear Editor: I read with interest Diane Pagen’s thoughtful call to US Bishops to endorse Universal Basic Income based on Pope Francis’ recent letter to workers in popular movements and organizations (“Universal Basic Income and COVID-19,” Reader’s Forum, April 25).

Peace in the Midst of This Storm

On Wednesday, April 15, my father and I received devastating news: my 92-year-old mother, Juana, a longtime resident of a nursing home, had succumbed to cardiac arrest after a short but severe illness.

A Lifeline in the Form of a Phone Chat Room

Dear Editor: Sister Ave Clark of Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish, Bayside, has thrown 61 of us, from different communities, a lifeline in the form of a phone chat room.

Wonderful Friar, Good Friend and War Hero

Dear Editor: A truly wonderful friar, good friend, and war hero (“Purple Heart Recipient, Middle Village Native Priest, Dies in Philadelphia,” April 25).

Remembering Carmine, a Neighborhood Legend

Dear Editor: Carmine Notaro will forever be remembered by every Greenpoint native as an amazing man who cared so deeply for all his customers (“Pizzeria Owner Served Up More Than Slices,” April 25).

Congratulations to Bishop-Elect Sweeney

Dear Editor: I am writing to publicly congratulate Father Kevin Sweeney on being named the eighth Bishop of Paterson, New Jersey (“Brooklyn Priest Named New Bishop of Paterson,” April 18).