U.S. President Bill Clinton stands with Pope John Paul II during a welcoming ceremony in Denver Aug. 12, 1993. During his visit to mark World Youth Day, the pontiff pressed with Clinton and the public the church's message on the right to life and the protection of human life. (CNS photo)
U.S. President Bill Clinton stands with Pope John Paul II during a welcoming ceremony in Denver Aug. 12, 1993. During his visit to mark World Youth Day, the pontiff pressed with Clinton and the public the church's message on the right to life and the protection of human life. (CNS photo)

Regarding “From the Archives,” June 21, Page 23:   

Interesting that you would pull a picture of Bill Clinton with commentary on his adultery. 

I guess that was back in the day when people were shocked. Our current president has not been true to any of his three wives, it appears. Still he has kept a pretty strong following, including many Catholics. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton chose to stand by her partner and was chastised. 

Strange times, all the time.

Marjorie Harris

Eugene