Why allow criticism? - Catholic Courier

Why allow criticism?

To the editor:

You do have a good newspaper but it is unfortunate that a reader writes to criticize our Bishop. Does the mean that our Pope would also be subject to criticism?

I do not understand why the original letters to be criticized are not written by the readers. Then our experts could edit them and this could be an educational boost for everyone.

It appears that free editing is more important to you than a boost in education for your readers.

Joseph E. Judge


EDITOR’S NOTE: All letters published are written by the individuals whose names appear below them. Adhering to our Letters Policy (see box), we do not edit letters to the editor other than to correct spelling. We also refrain from arguing with letter writers over matters of opinion. However, we we add editor’s notes, as appropriate, to correct misstatements of fact, and we decline to publish letters that do not comply with our Letters Policy.

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