Letters to the Editor, Week of August 8, 2020

We Choose Anthony Fauci Over Stella Immanuel; Forgive Them, for They Know not What They do; Vandalism Against Catholic Churches; The Painful Closing of six Schools in the Diocese; Rep. John Lewis — a Man Of Character and Dignity.

Letters to the Editor, Week of August 1, 2020

The Journalists and the Media I Used to Trust; Look in the Mirror, Mayor Bill de Blasio; A Long and Fruitful Ministry for Bishop Sweeney; In Loving Memory of Sister Margaret Raibaldi.

Letters to the Editor, Week of July 25, 2020

A School Closing Feels Like Losing a Loved One; Congratulations to Msgr. Philip J. Reilly; Defend — Not Defund — the Police Department; President Trump Is an Outspoken American.

Letters to the Editor, Week of July 18, 2020

Antifa, Boogaloo and the Virus of Violence; In Defense of Archbishop Wilton Gregory; Do Catholics Have Shorter Attention Spans?; Msgr. John Tosi, a Compassionate Priest.

Letters to the Editor, Week of June 13, 2020

Trump — More Catholic Than Many Catholics; Trump Has Been a Voice For Religious Freedom; Archbishop Gregory Does Not Speak for Us; The Cancerous Tumor of Racism; Msgr. John C. Tosi, a Very Kind Priest.

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.