Archbishop Charles Chaput hosted a town hall style forum on faithful citizenship on Saturday Oct. 13. St Elizabeth Parish in Uwchlan, Chester County, hosted the event. Hundreds of people from the area attended to hear Archbishop Chaput speak and answer questions about Catholics and politics. He addressed issues of social justice, the HHS mandate and the sanctity of life, among others. During a question and answer session, he said, “I call you as a Catholic to forget about the labels, be a liberal sometimes, a conservative sometimes, but a Catholic first.”
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