Letters to the Editor, Week of Dec. 12, 2020

I’m Asking Gov. Cuomo to Use Common Sense; Sister Ave’s Book on how to Survive the Pandemic; The Accusations That Trump Is Being Undemocratic Are a Farce; The 11th Commandment: Thou Shalt not Judge.

Letters to the Editor, Week of Dec. 5, 2020

Kudos to the Supreme Court of the United States; The Reason Life Is so Devalued Today; Racism and Slavery Are The World’s Original Sin; Best Wishes for Two of Our New Cardinals; For Many of us This Is a Matter of Great Concern; The Strongest Remedy to Ending the Pandemic.

Letters to the Editor, Week of Nov. 28, 2020

Memories of Father Edward J. Giorgio; The Most Troubling Thanksgiving Day; Words Needed for Those Of us who are Grieving; Understanding the Church’s Teaching on Conscience; It’s Going to Take More Than a Working Group.

Letters to the Editor, Week of Nov. 21, 2020

Msgr. Quinn Had a Deep Love for Those he Served; The Passing of Jeopardy Host Alex Trebek; The Magnitude of This Crime Is Hard to Imagine; They Are All Human Beings.

Letters to the Editor, Week of Nov. 14, 2020

God’s Country — Let The Music Play!; One of the Greatest Tragedies in America; A Lack of Understanding of Intrinsic Evil; Visiting Saint Charbel’s Shrine, an Absolute joy; A Good Experience on a Rainy Sunday; Gov. Andrew Cuomo and The COVID-19 Pandemic; No Room at the Political Table; We Are Headed for Difficult Times.

Letters to the Editor, Week of Nov. 7, 2020

Remembering the Young Whitey Ford; The Coronavirus Turns out To Be Very Political; Ministering in the Example of the Good Shepherd; Those Without Voices Are The Least Protected; The Diocese of Brooklyn Should Not Give Up; The Love and Compassion Our Lady Represents.

Letters to the Editor, Week of October 31, 2020

We Need to Educate and Reaffirm What we Know; Just Pretend his Name Is “John Smith”; We are all Children of God And Deserve His Love; The Struggles of People Who Want to Live Better; Our Right to Attend Mass Must be Defended; Judges’ Decisions Against The Diocese of Brooklyn Were Biased; And for this Came I Into The World.

Letters to the Editor, Week of October 24, 2020

The Bishop Has Every Reason to Be Indignant; Until we Have a Proven Vaccine and Treatment; The Future of our Republic Is in the Hands of Voters; Are you Better off Than You Were Four Years ago?; Above Immigration, the Poor and Economic Justice; Bernier’s Column Is a Breath of Fresh Air.

Letters to the Editor, Week of October 17, 2020

Attacks on Amy Coney Barrett’s Catholicism; There Are Many Pro-Life Issues to Consider; Kudos to Gov. Cuomo for Honoring Mother Cabrini; Civil Wedding Rings and The Sacrament of Marriage; For Too Long, We Have Remained Silent.

Letters to the Editor, Week of October 10, 2020

This Election Is Crucial to The Future of our Country; Msgr. John P. Harrington, Truly a Man of Faith; A Gleaming Example of an Inspirational Priest; Pray for all Affected by The Coronavirus.