Archbishop Chaput's column
A great nation, if we act accordingly
The Trump administration's policy of separating children from their parents was stupid and destructive, writes Archbishop Charles Chaput. But if we want to "make America great again," Congress must fix our immigration problems.
Thoughts on the synod: Solitude and mission
Archbishop Charles Chaput turns his column over to a young man discerning God's personal call to embark on a mission for life -- a vocation -- which begins with solitude and is built in community.
The power of witness; the importance of the Eucharist
Archbishop Charles Chaput lauds the Culture Project that ministers to young adults, the Courage ministry to persons with same-sex attraction and the holy Eucharist -- all treasures of the Catholic Church.
What happens in Germany
Archbishop Charles Chaput offers six thoughts on questions German bishops are debating: Who can receive the Eucharist, and when, and why? What happens in Germany will not stay in Germany, as history has taught us.
Thoughts on the Synod: Becoming a Hedgehog
Archbishop Charles Chaput shares the insight of a young man about to be ordained a priest. Young people need Christian witness, and to find rest in Jesus from the world's noise.
Thoughts on the Synod: A Thirst for Mentoring
In the first in a series, Archbishop Charles Chaput shares the comments of a young woman in Philadelphia who asks how the Catholic Church can encourage mentors for today's youth and young adults.
‘A Man of His Word’
Archbishop Charles Chaput has always loved movies, and he gives a hearty thumbs up for a new film on Pope Francis. It allows the pope to express himself simply and persuasively on a wide range of issues.
The importance of amendment 8
The Irish Constitution "acknowledges the right to life of the unborn." That amendment faces a repeal vote on May 25, and Archbishop Chaput urges everyone in the archdiocese to pray for Ireland and the defense of life.
In praise of true evangelizers
While some insist on attacking effective Catholic groups as too politically right wing, the critics should at least get out of the way of those lay Catholic evangelizers the Church urgently needs today, writes Archbishop Charles Chaput.
The shape of things to come
Interference with religion isn't just a theme for science fiction. It's happening around the U.S., writes Archbishop Charles Chaput, who encourages people to defend the church's freedom to preach the Gospel.