Archbishop Chaput at National Review

September 23, 2008

Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver is a well-known figure to observers of the Church in the United States.  His recently published book Render unto Caesar, about the relationship of politics and religion in western democracies, has been winning praise, and this week National Review is posting a series of interviews with him.  The first, about his recent intervention to correct the faulty catechesis offered by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, has been posted here, and as the week progresses the other segments should appear here.  I expect they will be well worth viewing.

One Response to “Archbishop Chaput at National Review”

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