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Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput Most Reverend Charles J. Chaput  
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Phone (303)722-4687
E-mail info@archden.org
Web site http://www.archden.org/
Address Catholic Pastoral Center
1300 South Steele Street
Denver, CO 80210-2599
 
 
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“As a bishop, I have a duty in charity to help Catholic officials understand and support Church teaching on vital issues. That\'s never a matter for public theater; it\'s always a matter of direct, private discussion. If that failed, I would ask the official to refrain from receiving Communion. If he still presented himself, then I would publicly ask him to not take Communion, and publicly explain why to my people and brother priests. If he still persisted then, and only then, I would withhold Communion from him--because of his deliberate disregard of the rights of other Catholics and the unity of the Church.”