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  • Prominent Pilsen priest removed for relationship with woman

     Prominent Pilsen priest removed for relationship with woman
    A prominent Roman Catholic priest in Pilsen has been removed from his ministry after the Archdiocese of Chicago received an allegation from an adult woman of an inappropriate relationship.
  • Cupich announces Chicago Archdiocese reorganization

     Cupich announces Chicago Archdiocese reorganization
    About 50 Chicago Archdiocese employees accepted early retirement packages, church officials confirmed Thursday, as they unveiled organizational changes that highlight the key role women and Hispanics play in the life of the church. Archbishop Blase...

    Archbishop Cupich: 'I get up every morning loving the fact that I'm here'

    Archbishop Cupich: 'I get up every morning loving the fact that I'm here'
    Archbishop Blase Cupich, who took the helm of the Chicago Archdiocese on Nov. 18 as the spiritual leader of 2.2 million Roman Catholics, met Thursday with the Tribune Editorial Board. Here are five points he made: •I think that parents, no matter...

    John Kass: Cardinal Francis George, the intellectual rock of American Catholicism

    Cardinal Francis George of Chicago -- the intellectual rock of the Roman Catholic Church in America -- died in his bed the other day. "I expect to die in my bed," George said years ago. These are the first few words of a controversial quote that set out...

    Cardinal George remembered in Sunday services

    Cardinal George remembered in Sunday services
    At Sunday services, Southland Catholics remembered Cardinal Francis George as a shepherd of the people, a man who put others' needs before his own, and who guided the church through some tough times. They offered prayers of thanks for his 18 years as...