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Re: “One faith on Good Friday” (ACH 3/31-4/6/16) I was disappointed to see your reference to Catholicism as a denomination saying that four denominations gathered. Catholicism was instituted … more
If you see a blue pinwheel dotting the landscape in April, we hope you will pause and think about what it represents — National Child Abuse Prevention Month. We then hope you will ask yourself: … more
Re: “VCC looks back at productive session” (ACH 3/24-30, 2016) I read the article closely but failed to see how the Virginia Catholic Conference could rate their lobbying efforts as … more
Re: “Things that matter” (ACH 3/31-4/6/16) In this extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy, I find Mr. Weigel’s remarks uncharitable and would direct him to the rest of Jesus’ remarks on … more
Historians have declared a couple of popes "Great," but they lived 15 centuries ago. I have noticed a few (very few) institutions have been named “John Paul the Great.” It is not clear to me … more
Re: “The Young Messiah” (ACH 3/17-23/2016) It is a matter of concern that the review of “The Young Messiah” did not point out that the main thesis of the film is contrary to consistent … more
I am writing to express my concern over the use of Wi-Fi in Catholic schools. There have been no long-term safety studies done with children. The World Health Organization has classified all radio … more
Re: “Little saint of mercy” (ACH 10/29-11/4/15) I was eager to read your article about the visit of the relics of St. Maria Goretti to our area. Your headline, “Little saint of mercy,” … more
A few weeks back, I responded to a man who wrote that he was bothered when he saw a family deliberately avoid the Communion line of a lay extraordinary minister of holy Communion in order to receive … more
Henry Wingate's letter (11/5/15) in support of receiving the host on one's knees from the ordinary minister, the celebrant, suggests we "read what the church fathers and church doctors had to say … more
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