Letter to Editor

Letter to the Editor: On the Problem of Guns

September 15, 2021

To the Editor:

The planet is affected by fires, floods, hurricanes. Humans have managed to destroy the Earth that we call home and now we are paying the consequences of our recklessness and indifference. This is the reality and if we do not do something even now it will be too late for everyone and especially for future generations. As if all of this is not enough, we also have the problem of guns, for which no measures have been taken. Anyone can buy a gun without strict conditions for such a thing. If I am not mistaken, a student was recently killed in his high school in North Carolina. Why are there weapons in schools? How is such a thing allowed? Every madman has access to a gun and kills whomever they please. There is a need to put an end to this, at some point we must put in mind protecting our children, ourselves, and our fellow human beings.

Stella Paschalakis

Boston, MA


To the Editor:   Due to indisposition I stayed at home last Sunday and watched the Divine Liturgy from 10 o'clock until almost 12.

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