While Philadelphia police continue to investigate last week’s attack on a gay couple in center city, federal authorities are waiting in the wings to press their own case, if warranted.
Philadelphia’s archbishop is in Rome for planning sessions for the World Meeting of Families event, scheduled for next September in Philadelphia.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia isn’t quite ready to let us take the pope’s word as gospel.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is closing a church building that had been used as a worship site since its congregation merged with another parish early last year.
And they say Archbishop Chaput’s comments of optimism don’t affect their planning for the event.
The 108-year-old Church of St. Ann in Bristol Borough, Bucks County celebrated their final mass Sunday.
A federal appeals court on Friday temporarily delayed enforcement of an order that would have imposed steep fines on the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Archbishop Vincente Paglia, president of the Pontifical Council for the Family, is on a factfinding mission to identify sites for the events, including possible venues that could handle a papal visit.
Speaking to reporters at City Hall upon his return, Mayor Nutter said he has no doubt that the trip he made to Rome with Archbishop Chaput and Gov. Corbett sent a clear message of their desire that the pope visit the region next year.
Archbishop Charles Chaput will be holding a special mass this weekend for victims of clergy abuse.
Church leaders from a number of different backgrounds gathered Sunday evening for a special service to pray for peace in the Ukraine.
Archbishop Charles Chaput is traveling with Gov. Corbett and Mayor Nutter for what he calls a factfinding mission and a bid to make a personal pitch to the pope.
Archbishop Charles Chaput, the spiritual leader of more than one million Catholics in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, was principal celebrant of a mass at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, on Logan Circle.
It is a very special year for one of Philadelphia’s premiere Catholic Universities.
The 2014 Catholic Charities Appeal is now underway. There are more than 80 programs that help more than 200,000 people, regardless of faith, each year.