Letters: Gay man should keep church duties
Sean Dolan, spokesman for the Diocese of Rockville Centre, says public positions must be consistent with Catholic Church teachings.
The Bible says we are not qualified to judge anyone. Let God do the judging.
Frances Harwood, Seaford
I am curious why Auxiliary Bishop Robert Brennan did not ask, as Jesus once did, who would cast the first stone against Nicholas Coppola.
The anonymous letter informing the church that Coppola was gay and married was the action of a coward and never should have been given any merit or power. I would also like to know if this anonymous writer will take over the very difficult ministry of funeral Mass preparation that Coppola handled.
True love and commitment are never a sin.
Bridgit Manseau, Rocky Point