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January 4, 2016 | Volume 91 Number 5

LETTERS

Reader has questions on climate change

Excellent article on climate change in the Dec. 21 issue of The Catholic Virginian.

I will not argue or debate “climate change.” I simply do not have the knowledge.

In the article and at the recent Paris UN climate change conference, where were the scientists? Rather, why are politicians, numerous non-scientific groups and even the Church so involved, and why do so many seem so ready to spend likely trillions of dollars addressing climate change before important questions have answers?

What is actually causing the apparent climate change? Is it “human activities?”

And to what degree can mankind actually address climate change?

read “Clean Power Plan protects the vulnerable” article »

The article “Pope says more needed on climate change pact” did not appear in the web edition of The Catholic Virginian.

 

CV headline article had no mention of God

In the Dec. 21, 2015 edition of The Catholic Virginian, four days prior to the celebration of the birth of our Savior, the headline article on the front page was “Pope says more work needed on climate change pact.”

In the article, the words “Jesus, Christ, Christmas, God” were nowhere to be found. Amazing! Absolutely Amazing!

Instead, the article contained a plethora of ideological political idioms.

The article “Pope says more needed on climate change pact” did not appear in the web edition of The Catholic Virginian.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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Catholic Church should stick to religion

The Catholic Virginian’s headline on your December 21, publication is “Pope says more needed on climate change pact.”

Then, on page 12, is the headline “Clean Power Plan protects the vulnerable.”

The Catholic Church has lost its way and focus. Stick to religion, NOT this political correctness propaganda.

It is neither here nor there if climate change or if a carbon footprint is real or even matters. Why is this Pope and the Catholic Church shoving this down our throats like a political party over and over?

I have said this before, and I will repeat it again — Catholic Church participation is at an all-time low because its new “Religion” is Climate Change and elimination of fossil fuels, not things that really matter to true Catholics.

The Catholic Church leadership has lost its way and focus.

SHAME ON YOU!

read “Clean Power Plan protects the vulnerable” article »

The article “Pope says more needed on climate change pact” did not appear in the web edition of The Catholic Virginian.

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