Not dying, just retiring
Charles Chaput celebrates last Sunday Mass as Archbishop of Philadelphia

Archbishop Charles Chaput has been a diocesan bishop for 31 years. For most of that time, his people have known where to find him on Sunday afternoon or evening: hearing confessions and offering Mass in his

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Not dying, just retiring
Charles Chaput celebrates last Sunday Mass as Archbishop of Philadelphia
2020-02-18T19:07:16-08:00

New York Times sees significance in quick move of Chaput
But Chaput calls it "moment of great joy"

Pope Francis, facing growing conservative opposition to his papacy from Catholics in the United States, on Thursday replaced the popular archbishop of Philadelphia, one of his most prominent critics and a prelate admired by church traditionalists.

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New York Times sees significance in quick move of Chaput
But Chaput calls it "moment of great joy"
2020-01-31T12:55:29-08:00

U.S. bishops remind author of John Paul II’s teacher at Angelicum
Charity and intelligence refute relativism

This past week, during the general assembly of the US bishops, one bishop insisted that defending innocent life in the womb was not a “preeminent priority.” Rather, he implied the issue needs to be balanced against a wide range of

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U.S. bishops remind author of John Paul II’s teacher at Angelicum
Charity and intelligence refute relativism
2019-11-20T14:56:47-08:00

One third of U.S. bishops vote to soften abortion stand
McElroy and Cupich lead the charge to weaken policy

American Catholic bishops showed Nov. 12 that the current pontificate has divided them on fighting abortion as a social justice priority, voting 143-69 to keep the issue “pre-eminent.” Tuesday morning during the Fall General Assembly of the

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One third of U.S. bishops vote to soften abortion stand
McElroy and Cupich lead the charge to weaken policy
2019-11-13T11:12:17-08:00

Citing growing interest in Traditional Latin Mass, Archbishop Chaput creates quasi-parish

A new quasi-parish for Catholics interested in the Traditional Latin Mass will open in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia at a church that had been part of a 2014 parish merger.

“In response to

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Citing growing interest in Traditional Latin Mass, Archbishop Chaput creates quasi-parish2018-04-12T13:08:33-07:00
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