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Charles Chaput: Articoli scritti

Archbishop Charles J. Chaput was born September 26, 1944, in Concordia, Kansas. He joined the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, St. Augustine Province, in 1965. After earning a B.A. in Philosophy in 1967, he earned a M.A. in Religious Education from Capuchin College in Washington, D.C., in 1970, and received a M.A. in Theology from the University of San Francisco in 1971. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1970, and he was ordained Bishop of Rapid City, South Dakota in 1988. Pope John Paul II appointed him Archbishop of Denver in 1997. As a member of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribe, Archbishop Chaput was the second Native American to be ordained bishop in the United States, and the first Native American archbishop. Pope Benedict XVI appointed him Archbishop of Philadelphia on July 19, 2011. He is the author of Render Unto Caesar: Serving the Nation by Living our Catholic Beliefs in Political Life.

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TRUE PARADOX/ Abp. Chaput: Breaking Down the Barriers to Faith

Christianity hasn’t been considered and found untenable. It’s presumed unreasonable and left unconsidered. “True paradox”, a book by David Skeels. By Abp. CHARLES CHAPUT
04/04/2015

US/ Our First Right: Religious Liberty

America’s founding documents assume an implicitly religious anthropology—an idea of human nature, nature’s God, and natural rights—that many of our leaders no longer share. CHARLES CHAPUT
12/04/2013

THOMAS MORE/ A Man for This Season, and All Seasons

Thomas More: A man of tender nobility, subtle intellect, and forceful conviction, all rooted in profound fidelity to the larger commonwealth of Christendom, Archbishop CHARLES CHAPUT writes
27/12/2012

CHRISTIANITY/ Life in the ‘Kingdom of Whatever’ (2)

CHARLES CHAPUT reviews Brad Gregory’s book and his idea that the Reformation unintentionally undid the medieval synthesis of faith and reason, taking our society to the “Kingdom of Whatever”
16/11/2012

CHRISTIANITY/ Life in the ‘Kingdom of Whatever’ (1)

CHARLES CHAPUT reviews Brad Gregory’s book and his idea that the Reformation unintentionally undid the medieval synthesis of faith and reason, taking our society to the “Kingdom of Whatever”
16/11/2012

US/ Nation of Faith, Nation of Immigrants

This essay is adapted from the keynote address Archbishop Chaput delivered this past weekend at the CALL (Catholic Association of Latino Leaders) national gathering
07/09/2011
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