Question Of The Month

March 06, 2001

President Bush has established a White House office to funnel public money to faith-based charities. Similarly, Mayor Martin O'Malley's "Baltimore Rising" initiative will use churches as publicly funded "faith partners" to combat youth violence.

Do such initiatives violate the Constitution's separation of church and state? Are faith-based groups better able to meet human needs than secular ones?

Do you support awarding public money to faith-based charities?

We are looking for 300 words or less; the deadline is March 26. Letters become the property of The Sun, which reserves the right to edit them. By submitting a letter, the author grants The Sun an irrevocable, non-exclusive right and license to use and republish the letter, in whole or in part, in all media and to authorize others to reprint it.

Letters should include your name and address, along with a day and evening telephone number. E-mail us: letters@baltsun.com; write us: Letters to the Editor, The Sun, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore 21278-0001; fax us: 410-332-6977.

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