In your Feb. 28 edition, “Reader’s Letter,” the three gentlemen’s letters were right on. I can only add this.
I took the March for Life walk in Washington and I observed many uplifting things among them, seeing a group of young men and women on their knees, in 19 degree weather, in what I believe is Constitution Ave., saying the Rosary. I saw very young to senior citizens walking in peace and fellowship together.
It was supposed to snow and possibly heavy from early on, but not a snowflake fell until the march was over. The speakers were many and impressive, but the real impression came from the people marching.
Life is precious and is God’s choice only and from young to old, we are the stewards. These people know this and, from what I observed, there is hope and God’s will, will win out.
Winifred Young | Port Monmouth
I read – Readers Letters – Feb. 28, 2013 “Catholics Must Stand Against Same Sex Marriage” Specifically the last paragraph by Robert M. Marion, pg. 8 Monitor.
In his article he states we should do OUR part by contacting our elected officials and strongly support traditional marriage. (When a really great idea is presented: The Monitor should print the addresses and or phone numbers of New Jerseys’ reps. Please consider this – not knowing how to reach them – drastically cuts down on the outcome of a really good idea…
Theresa Wild | Long Branch
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