Damien Fisher's latest pettifogging cheap shot at SBC

December 4, 2020

New Hampshire Union Leader

Attention: Letters Editor,

P.O. Box 9555,

Manchester, NH 03108-9555


To the Editor:

In his seventh article since 2019 on the Saint Benedict Center in Richmond, Damien Fisher takes the rather curious position that there is something unusual or even newsworthy about a private school asking for donations on Facebook, (Religious community raises money despite restrictions, 12/1/2020).

Parents who send their children to the Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Richmond love the staff, treasure the institution, and are grateful for the traditional Catholic education which it offers. It seems somewhat petty and mean spirited to suggest that there is something wrong with asking people to give on, what was after all, Giving Tuesday.

Happily, the families in the school community do not seem to share Fisher's concerns.


C. J. Doyle

Director of Communications

Friends of Saint Benedict Center

P. O. Box 6551

Manchester, NH 03108


(617) 524-6309

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