THE WATCHDOGS: The Sun-Times finds 15 cops left the Chicago Police Department under a cloud but ended up in other police jobs, mostly in the suburbs.
Face to Faith with Cook County Public Defender Amy Campanelli: “I think my faith guides me on trying to do the right thing.” Read more, hear podcast.
James Lovell, retired NASA astronaut, part of Apollo 8 moon mission in 1968, is a Presbyterian and believes in heaven — on Earth. Listen to podcast.
Michael Magnafichi, once described as a “made” member of Chicago mob, on religion: “I do say prayers.” On the 10 Commandments: “I’ve broken a few.”
Ald. Ameya Pawar: Hinduism isn’t “just about going to temple or praying” but “about how you conduct yourself . . . and a belief in social justice.”
Sir the Baptist is aiming to reconnect “the hip-hop world to spirituality” and “spirituality to common sense.” And listen to ‘Face to Faith’ podcast.
One of Chicago’s most wanted fugitives — Outlaws Motorcycle Club member Orville Jerome Cochran — was arrested over the weekend in a southwest suburb.