Dear Editor: I was truly sad when I read about the March 5th passing of Father James H. Sweeney (“Brooklynite Priest, ‘Incredibly Talented Artist’, Dies at 64,” Obituaries, March 21).
Dear Editor: I read with interest the article “Holy Helpers: Saints in the Time of Coronavirus” (March 21). I was confused that the listing of “Fourteen Holy Helpers” included St. Christopher.
Dear Editor: March 8-14 was Catholic Sisters Week in the US. While the last 50 years have seen a dwindling number of religious vocations there is much hope for the future.
Dear Editor: An article on The Tablet called attention to the plight of Christians in northern Nigeria and the efforts of Father Joseph Bature Fidelis to help (“Nigerian Priest Urges Western Leaders to Help Christians in His Country,” March 21).
Dear Editor: I read the story “Pro-Life Family Shows the Adoption Choice,” (Feb. 8 edition) with great interest, for my mother relinquished me for adoption within a few weeks of my birth. I find myself saddened by the report’s use of the term “birth mother,” which, sadly, is widespread.
Dear Editor: The Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy protection due to sexual abuse lawsuits.
Dear Editor: Thank you, Maurice, for writing in support of the unborn (“Why I Am Not a Democrat Anymore,” Reader’s Forum, March 14). We are still in need of a place we can house our headquarters. We are losing our lease in April 2020. Please pray that we can relocate in time, and keep providing our clients with the services that they have come to rely on from us.
Dear Editor: I have to ask a question. I really hope that somebody can answer it for me. Simply put, are we Catholics a thing of the past, a dying breed?
Dear Editor: When you go to Mass, you experience a great event of hearing the two readings, the Gospel and then the sermon.
Dear Editor: March 8-14 is Catholic Sisters Week in the U.S. While the last 50 years has seen a dwindling number of religious vocations there is much hope for the future.