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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago

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  • Cardinal's 2nd cancer diagnosis raises new questions over Catholic leader's future

    Cardinal's 2nd cancer diagnosis raises new questions over Catholic leader's future
    When Cardinal Francis George offered his mandatory resignation letter in January, he gave every indication he intended to continue to lead the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago and its more than two 2 million faithful for years to come. Friday’...
  • Cardinal celebrates reopening of Our Lady of the Angels church

    Cardinal celebrates reopening of Our Lady of the Angels church
    An energetic, emotional crowd of about 400 worshipers gathered Saturday to commemorate the reopening of Our Lady of Angels Church in West Humboldt Park, once one of Chicago’s largest parishes before a 1958 fire that killed 95 people contributed to...
  • Lawsuit: Mt. Greenwood parish altar boy claims abuse in 1980s

    Lawsuit: Mt. Greenwood parish altar boy claims abuse in 1980s
    A man who served as an altar boy at a Mount Greenwood Roman Catholic parish claims in a lawsuit filed today that he was molested by a priest in the 1980s. The lawsuit, filed on behalf of a plaintiff listed as “John Doe,” claims that Fr....
  • Proud church symbol awaits fate

    The story of how St. Martin of Tours fell off his high horse began as any good yarn might: on a dark and stormy night. The morning after that early October windstorm, the roofline sculpture of St. Martin had vanished from its perch over the Chicago...
  • Chicago Catholic Archdiocese offers counseling for families of sex abuse victims

    Long scorned by victims' advocates for not doing enough to help survivors of clergy sex abuse, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago has tried to make up for lost time and lost souls. On Tuesday, the archdiocese launched an unprecedented counseling...
  • Sidewalks: Fatherly wisdom

    Sidewalks: Fatherly wisdom
    The Rev. John Cusick is a priest of the Archdiocese of Chicago. I met him some years ago but have seen him in church only once, when he baptized a now-5-year-old of my very dear acquaintance. I have spent a lot of time on golf courses with him. He is a...
  • For all-girl school, joy and worry

    My high school reunion was going amazingly well when the principal called us into a lecture hall. For the previous hour or so, we had shared hugs and laughs, repeatedly gushing, "You look the saaaame!" as we caught up on the 25 years that had passed...
  • Some masses at Holy Name Cathedral to resume next month

    Weekend masses and weddings will resume Aug. 30 at Holy Name Cathedral, which has been closed for repairs since February, officials from the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago said Friday. Daily weekday masses will remain in the auditorium of the cathedral'...
  • Semantic games

     
    News: The Chicago nun who oversees the Archdiocese of Chicago’s Office for Racial Justice is apologizing for a comment she made making a distinction between being “pro-abortion” and “pro-choice.” Sister Anita Baird had set off a firestorm...
  • Rush Street Restaurant Closed After Fire

    (WGN-AM)- The building that houses the Rosebud on Rush Italian restaurant suffered damage in a fire late Monday night that will keep the restaurant closed for several days. Alex Dana, the restaurant's owner, said he expects Rosebud to be closed three...
  • Archdiocese Cemeteries Leader To Run Burr Oak

    Archdiocese Cemeteries Leader To Run Burr Oak
    (WGN-AM)- Roman Szabelski, executive director of Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of Chicago, was appointed today to oversee operations at Burr Oak Cemetery, where authorities say as many as 300 bodies were dug up and the graves resold. The court...