Archbishop Charles Chaput Archives - Ethics & Public Policy Center
Things Worth Dying For
The latest book by retired Archbishop Charles Chaput offers his most memorable and moving work.
Freedom, Including Religious Freedom, Is Never Free
There was a deep and decisive causal connection between the first of the Nine Days of John Paul II in Poland in June 1979 and the stunning fall of the Berlin Wall. And the bright thread within that connection was religious freedom.
The Model New Evangelization Bishop
In God’s providence and through his own cooperation with grace, Archbishop Charles Chaput has lived the episcopal vocation the Second Vatican Council fathers limned in an exemplary way.
Archbishop Chaput: The Best Diocesan Bishop of Our Time?
On the surface, Archbishop Charles Chaput’s may seem a conventional episcopal career, notable for his unusual personal background. Beneath the bald facts of biography and chronology, however, lies a deeper truth.
A Bishop of Consequence
If Archbishop Charles Chaput does not embody the spiritual and pastoral qualities the pope says he values in bishops, no one does.
The New Normal Gets Down and Dirty . . . and Other Predictable Consequences of Obergefell
The recent assault on Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Philadelphia is a taste of what awaits many others who oppose the radical new understanding of marriage.