Sunday, September 28th, 2008
Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver sat down recently with the Hoover Institution’s Peter Robinson to discuss his new book entitled Render unto Caesar. In the resulting five-part interview posted at National Review Online, the archbishop comments on a number of topics, including the increased clarity with which the Church now treats the responsibilities of Catholics in public life.
All five parts of the interview are posted below.
Part I – Archbishop Chaput comments on the recent statements made by Speaker Pelosi and Senator Biden
Part II – Archbishop Chaput discusses the “decline” of the Church’s vibrancy in the years after the Second Vatican Council
Part III – Archbishop Chaput examines three aspects of Jesus’ relation to Caesar
Part IV – Archbishop Chaput highlights the West’s growing culture of death
Part V – Archbishop Chaput discusses abortion in American political life