Letters to the Editor

New ownership

On Friday, the South Philly Review took on a new owner. Here are the contents from a release explaining the transaction.

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Liberal allegiance

After reading “America the Great” from the July 7 issue, I certainly know who Mr. Cardella will be supporting in the general election.

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Divine mercy

Writer Robert Rivera-Amezola expresses regret that his parents cannot receive Holy Communion because of a poor decision made decades ago (“Communion breakdown,” July 14.)

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The challenges of change

I believe I have had a fair amount of conversations and have read a wide range of reports to suggest that this country’s citizens eagerly want for this election cycle to be done.

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Political pandemonium

In response to Joseph Myers’ “Apolitical affiliation” from July 7, you asked a very specific question at the end of your letter, Joe, (“Has anyone ever felt so politically petrified?”), and I was very compelled to respond. My answer to you is “I have never felt so petrified in my entire life!”

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The final say

Gloria Endres says that mass killings are possible only with weapons designed for that purpose (“Silence the violence,” July 7). My point is that there are many ways to kill people, and firearms are only one of them.

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Communion breakdown

Would a less conformist dogma ease the alienation so many feel with the church?

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Silence the violence

James Callos, in his letter about stopping the epidemic of gun violence in America (“Bullet points, June 30), maintains that guns, as “inanimate objects,” are not responsible for killing.

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For the record

The June 30 issue of the South Philly Review neglected to mention Debra Panto as the author of “Road Kill,” the poem that appeared as the final element of the Letters page.

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Mayoral musings

In only 18 days, the most exciting and historic event in our country’s recent memory will happen in Philadelphia, the Democratic National Convention.

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