Letters to the Editor

 

Letters

Society's sexism has religious roots

December 26, 2011

"Women shackled by poverty, low wages" – Thank you for publishing this article as it shines a light on the hardships that women face just because they are women.

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Liturgical changes create opportunity for teaching

December 19, 2011

As we read in the cover story of Dec. 5, Mary Griffiths remarks that we have "been doing the other responses for so long that it's just second nature." How true, and how sad when we don't even think about what we are saying at Mass.

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Development and Peace must keep its lay character

December 19, 2011

It is crucial that Development and Peace rediscover its origin as an independent lay organization of the Canadian Catholic Church.

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Domestic violence affects men as much as women

December 19, 2011

I read with interest and then dismay the content of the article. It spoke of only domestic violence where females were victims and there was no mention of the male victims and their children.

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Holodomor article marred by inaccuracies

December 19, 2011

Your article concerning the Holodomor ("Secret famine killed 10M Ukrainians," WCR, Dec. 5) contained factual inaccuracies that need to be corrected.

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Youth find liturgy changesto be amazing challenge

December 19, 2011

I have seen some of the letters in regards to the new Mass. I'm not surprised that some are against change; most of us to some level are. We become comfortable and complacent in our Church lives.

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Lovely idea turned into disruptive practice

Children going to visit the priest during the Offertory started spontaneously some years ago when a child wandered down the aisle and climbed the steps for a closer look at the priest.

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Mass complaints reflect society’s complacency

Recent issues of the WCR had some letters to the editor that baffled me.

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Changing postures reflect misplaced priorities

So now we’re being asked to kneel during the proper of the Mass.

It wasn’t very long ago . . .

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Mass the most formal occasion of all

I agree with Karen Gilbertson (WCR letters, Nov. 21) that we should not judge people’s attire at Mass.

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