Posts Tagged ‘Archbishop Charles Chaput’
The Russian Orthodox Church and Poland’s Catholic Church promised yesterday to help their nations seek reconciliation.
Benedict XVI has blessed a 29ft-tall restored statue of the Virgin Mary at the Don Orione Centre (full text).
The Diocese of Brooklyn is promoting the Cause of a priest who welcomed black people into the Church in New York in the 1920s.
The organisers of World Youth Day 2011 have launched a new promotional advert (video).
Michael Sean Winters offers a “final note” on the controversy over the alleged fabrication of quotes at a USCCB meeting.
Fr John Trigilio Jr argues that Fr Marcial Maciel duped Pope John Paul II.
And Louis Ruprecht praises the “eminently modern institutions” of the Vatican Library and the Vatican Museums.
Orthodox Patriarchs Bartholomew I and Kirill have held a landmark meeting in Moscow.
The Irish Times reports that Cardinal Séan Brady has withdrawn from a talk at Oxford University because his presence might provoke protests.
Rising star Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Canberra and Goulburn has issued a major reflection on the clerical abuse crisis.
Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver says that those seeking to sue the Pope “have revived the notion of the Catholic Church as a Vatican-controlled monolith”.
Headline Bistro previews the Pope’s visit to Cyprus next month.
And Deacon Greg Kandra hails the legendary Archbishop of New Orleans, Philip Hannan.
Before venerating the Shroud, the Pope greeted thousands of young people gathered in St Charles Square (audio).
The Foreign Office has put a senior diplomat in charge of its papal visit team following outrage over the memo mocking the Pope.
India’s Catholic bishops have recommended a zero-tolerance policy on clerical abuse.
Cardinal Jaime Ortega persuaded the Cuban authorities to allow a group of women known as the Damas de Blanco (Ladies in White) to hold a protest march yesterday.
Cardinal Roger Mahony led a march in Los Angeles on Saturday in protest at Arizona’s new immigration law.
Fr John Jenkins, the president of Notre Dame, has issued a statement on the pro-life activists arrested on campus last year.
A second Brazilian rancher has been jailed for ordering the murder of Sister Dorothy Stang in 2005.
The number of Polish candidates for the priesthood has fallen by 30 per cent, the Telegraph reports.
A piece of the plane that killed Polish president Lech Kaczyński will be embedded into the covering of the icon of Our Lady of Częstochowa.
The Serbian Orthodox Church has glorified (canonised) one of modern Orthodoxy’s harshest critics of ecumenism and the papacy.
Mother Clare Millea, leader of the Apostolic Visitation of US women religious, talks to the National Catholic Register.
Cardinal William Levada outlines a “new apologetics”.
Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver discusses John Paul II’s theology of the body (video).
And Episcopal Bishop Gene Robinson writes an open letter to Pope Benedict in the wake of the abuse crisis.