Editor, 4th August)) thinks that "we have got it wrong" on the matter of not allowing Holy Communion to those who have remarried, but then Josephine is Chair of the dissenting "Catholics for a Changing Church", a group which believes that we" i.e. The Roman Catholic Church have got it wrong on just about every moral and doctrinal issue you might care to mention. If the Church's teachings on faith and morals have not been preserved from error by the Holy Spirit over the centuries and it all comes down to a matter of fallible human opinion. then surely it is futile to try and "change" the Catholic Church. as all opinions and denominations within Christianity and even those of different faiths would be of equal value. In this case, the only sensible thing to do would be to join that denomination or faith whose teachings most accurately reflect one's own opinions. Perhaps Josephine and her group should start looking towards those who they believe have "got it right". Why bother to stay in a Church which has been teaching error for 2000 years?
Yours faithfully, FRANCESCA GRAEME Richmond, Surrey.
A holy place
From Mr Thomas A Barbour Sir, The angel said, -This place is holy." I saw nothing holy. He pointed, "Here are the remains of souls created in God's likeness. He said, "Drugs designed to deny life to the just conceived send those remains here. Pray for all connected with this holocaust." I prayed then left the sewage works.
Yours faithfully, THOMAS A BARBOUR Alton, Hampshire.