Letters

Letters | Migration—Winged & Otherwise

Readers write in about Archbishop Cupich, the charitable tax deduction, 'Birdman', and La Posada shelter for migrants.

Letters | Baby-making, remarriage, death

Readers question (Too pessimistic about sexless reproduction?) and nuance (It could prevent diseases) and realize (Those are my citations!) and thank (Win Bassett).

Letters | Popes, Councils, & Scarcity at the Supermarket

Of Councils & Popes Francis Oakley’s article (“Authoritative & Ignored,” October 24, 2014) is provocative and interesting, but some of...

Letters | Dealing with disability

'I am surprised and saddened that the editors would print such a remark.' The author responds.

Letters | 'Catholic art,' contraception, religious education

Letters from readers on recent articles about 'true Catholic art,' contraception, and religious education.

Letters | Deciding to die in America

Continuing the debate on programs like POLST (Physician Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment).

Letters | More on that '70s church

Continuing Cathy Kaveny's conversation about catechesis, one reader raises a challenge for the church.

Letters | Soviets & Synods

Readers respond to stories on the emotional causes of war, the synod on the family, and curial reform.

Letters | Poetry & Politics, Fearful Asymmetry

Responses from readers to recently published articles on poetry and politics, book reviews, and more.

Letters | But Was Aquinas Right?

Gary Gutting responds to Brian Davies regarding Denys Turner’s 'Thomas Aquinas: A Portrait.'

Letters | Dead Language, Gender Handicaps

Readers write in favor of using "cup" over "chalice" in the mass, and respond to Cardinal Walter Kasper's remarks about women's ordination.
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