What a thought-provoking article in the September 2013 issue: “The Truth About Grudges!” At
almost age 80, I have held some grudges and heard numerous stories of others doing the same. Your examples and advice could not have been better said. May it touch the hearts
of all who read it! I am keeping it in my files after I pass it around to everyone I know!
M. KELLER, MI
From the “Just When You Thought You’d Heard It All in Publications Department,” I’m writing in regard to the September 2013 “Plain Talk” column titled: “More Than Just a Good Idea.”
The author said, “Nos- talgia may be the greatest enemy of new evangeliza- tion. Some Catholics long for the good old days… of overcrowded churches and parochial schools.”
I say, no Fr. Lewandowski,
we really enjoy the Vatican II reforms that left us with empty churches and very sparse parochial schools! Do you really think post-council re- forms are working?
Why a modernist would be given any space in your magazine is beyond me. Thanks for your time.
J. GRAHAM, OH
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