This week the Philadelphia archdiocese will stand at a crossroads of leadership. Charles Chaput is to be installed as the new Archbishop of Philadelphia replacing Cardinal Justin Rigali.
Philadelphia’s Catholic Church stands at a crossroads. Next Thursday, Archbishop Charles Chaput will be installed as the next leader of the region’s 1.4 million Roman Catholics, replacing Cardinal Justin Rigali.
It’s not even summer yet, and we’re already facing our second heat wave of the year. It’s causing some headaches for some school districts.
Catholic school teachers have authorized a strike if they don’t reach a new contract with the archdiocese by the end of the summer, when the current contract expires.
The head of the Philadelphia archdiocese’s panel on priest sex-abuse is blasting the cardinal’s response to the pedophilia crisis, and pulling back the curtain on the panel’s long-secret operations.
The Catholic Church in Philadelphia began marking the holiest week on the Christian calendar on Thursday, under the cloud of the priest sexual abuse scandal.
In the wake of the sex abuse scandal in the Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia, new attention is now being paid to a little known report produced by a third grand jury. Previously, most focus in the case has been on reports produced by two other grand juries.
Chris compares the media coverage of the Catholic church to how radical muslims are portrayed. Republicans pass their bill stripping collective bargaining rights from public unions and Chris gets an update on the NFL labor dispute with Ray Didinger.
As Roman Catholics marked Ash Wednesday, 21 priests suspended by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia a day earlier for alleged sexual abuse claims were identified.
On today’s Show Chris broke down Gov. Corbett’s budget address, and spoke with CBS3′s Walt Hunter on the sex abuse scandal in Philadelphia
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia announced Tuesday the suspension from ministry of 21 priests cited by a Philadelphia Grand Jury report last month as ducking what the panel believed were credible accusations of abuse.
Members of a support group for clergy molestation victims, called ‘SNAP,’ protested outside the Philadelphia Archdiocese headquarters Friday, urging Archbishop Cardinal Rigali to ‘immediately suspend dozens of accused clerics.’
Philadelphia Archdiocese officials say the pastor of Incarnation of Our Lord Parish in Olney has resigned because of his involvement in a federal investigation.