Letters to the Editor

Equal to any man? No man could be equal to me.

I don’t know why anyone who speaks of God would defend those “women” who marched in D.C. You must not have been there or didn’t see on social media the pictures of the women wearing a replica of a vagina including its hair on their heads?

Our Lady of Fatima told the children, “certain fashions will be introduced that will gravely offend our Lord. Woe to women lacking in modesty.”

Now do you not think that our Lord was gravely offended by this women’s march?

We are told to imitate Mary. Mary was a mother who tended her household. Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty said, “The most important person on earth is a mother. ... She has built something more magnificent than any cathedral — a dwelling for an immortal soul. ... The Angels have not been blessed with such a grace. They cannot share in God’s Creative Miracle to bring new Saints to Heaven. ... What on God’s good earth is more glorious than this: to be a mother”?

Why would I want to be equal to any man? No man could be equal to me.

I am woman; hear me sing of God’s creation.

Henrietta Harris, Belleville

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