- Apr 21, 2021
On a practical level, retired Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Philadelphia said he wrote his new book, Things Worth Dying For: Thoughts on a Life Worth Living, because his publisher was actively “trying to get me to write in my old age.”
There’s something fitting about it having been a Catholic priest who coined the famous phrase about being able to accomplish great things as long as you don’t want the credit, because of all environments on earth where that’s true, the Vatican merits a special pride of place.
The 2020 National Catholic Prayer Breakfast has been cancelled due to the Coronavirus.
The U.S. bishops have released videos to supplement their official voting guidelines.
The retired archbishop of Newark has moved to Illinois, allowing the archdiocese to finally sell off his lavish property.
Proclaiming his successor as “exactly the man our church needs,” Archbishop Charles J. Chaput introduced Bishop Nelson J. Perez, whom Pope Francis named as the next archbishop of Philadelphia, at a Jan. 23 news conference in Philadelphia.
Pope Francis has tapped Bishop Nelson Perez to be the new archbishop of Philadelphia, replacing retiring Archbishop Charles Chaput with a native priest of the archdiocese.
A new “pastoral framework for marriage and family life” should be ready for a vote by the U.S. bishops by next November at the latest, according to Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Philadelphia.