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Latest Letters to the Editor

Life after 47 years as a diocesan employee

It is Day Two of Rita Bernert’s retirement, as she greets me into her home, nestled into a humble Gloucester County neighborhood. Christmas cards and decorations still adorn the halls

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The nature of forgiveness

Editor: I am very distressed by Father Kenneth Doyle’s response to a parishioner who asked about forgiving ISIS (Question Corner, Feb. 5). He claims we don’t have to forgive them

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Agreeing with Father Gregorio, for once

Editor: “Jesus and his radical acceptance of everyone” (Jan. 8) was one of the best columns Father Gregorio has ever written. I often disagree with his columns but this is

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In support of vocations

Editor: As a lifelong support and deed to the Priesthood, I am very proud of your coverage on our seminarians in Saint Andrew’s Hall at Seton Hall in the Oct.

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With a song in his heart, and Jerry Blavat spinning records

When he was pastor of Saint Nicholas of Tolentine Parish in Atlantic City, Msgr. William A. Hodge recorded “The Singing Monsignor: In Praise of Our Lady,” a collection of songs

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Remembering Msgr. Devlin

Editor: We jointly express our profound sorrow on the passing of our dear friend, Msgr. Joseph Devlin. Msgr. Devlin played a most important role in advancing interfaith relations throughout his

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Climate change and big government   Editor:   On Father Gregorio’s column “An idea that should appeal to everyone, but doesn’t” (March 6), I believe that most Americans are committed

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‘The best thing we have done for our family’

Editor: For the past three years, my husband and I have been taking our three young children (now ages 3,6 and 7) down to Cape May Point to retreat as

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Faith and economics

Editor: All calls for raising the mandatory minimum wage sound like a very Christian thing to do but just as a rising tide raises all boats, an increase in minimum

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Where to write

Send letters to Carl Peters, 15 North Seventh Street, Camden, NJ 08102 or email to cpeters@camdendiocese.org. Include daytime phone number. Letters should be limited to 300 words or fewer. Material