Archbishop Charles Chaput ordained three new priests at the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul Saturday morning.
McFadden served as president of Cardinal O’Hara High School, and was extensively involved in the archdiocese Office of Catholic Education.
Chris reviews the continuing lack of media coverage of the Kermit Gosnell trial, the White House Correspondent’s Dinner, and a new study show SEPTA may need $4 billion. He talks to Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel, Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup, Nancy O’Dell from Entertainment tonight and Vali Nasr about his new book, The Dispensable Nation.
Three priests in the Philadelphia Archdiocese implicated in sexual abuse scandals have been declared unsuitable for public ministry.
Philadelphia’s Archbishop urged the hundreds of priests attending Holy Thursday Mass to recommit themselves to spreading the message of Jesus.
Chris reviews Mayor Michael Nutter being shouted down during his budget address, Marco Rubio and Rand Paul’s speeches at CPAC, and the fate of two more Carnival Cruise ships. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about the state of Phillies in the final weeks of Spring Training.
Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput says he’s excited about the election of Pope Francis, and he urges Catholics to rejoice.
Archbishop Charles Chaput says the college division operations will be moved to what is known as the “upper side” or theology division campus at the seminary.
“He was first of all a great teacher. He was a great preacher of the word of God. He was a great pastor of the people,” Rigali said.
It’s an event that is projected to draw tens of thousands of Catholics from around the world for the six-day event.
Hundreds of people took part in the lunch hour ceremony on Ash Wednesday, being reminded of their own mortality.
Independence Mission Schools (“IMS”) is the umbrella organization for 16 parish elementary schools, all of which charge tuition but, controversially, use both public and private funds for financial aid.
There were closures, consolidations, and reprieves for area Catholic schools this year.
It was a rough year for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, which had to sell off several valuable properties including the archbishop’s residence and a seashore villa, lay off employees, and fold the “Catholic Standard and Times” newspaper.
“Thomas Wolfe was wrong — you can go home again,” Father Kevin Gillespie said today.