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The ministers took turns asking Vallas friendly questions about improving school safety and fighting violent crime on the CTA and in neighborhoods.
The 86-year-old pope doesn’t have COVID-19, a spokesman said in a statement late Wednesday.
The holy month of Ramadan began Wednesday evening, and observant Muslims will fast for 30 days from sunrise to sunset, seeking a deeper consciousness.
The Rev. Paul Guzman returns to his position as associate pastor at Most Holy Redeemer Parish effective immediately, according to a letter from Cardinal Blase Cupich.
Under Sister Rosemary Connelly’s guidance, Misericordia became a benchmark in compassionate care.
In a letter Saturday, Cardinal Blase Cupich said an accusation has been reported to the archdiocese that the Rev. Paul Guzman abused a minor when he was a layman — 25 years before entering Mundelein Seminary.
The Archdiocese of Chicago won’t grant special permission to eat meat on St. Patrick’s Day, which falls on a Friday during Lent this year. The Joliet diocese takes a different approach.
Mark Rivera will have to serve to at least 11.7 years in prison for assaulting the child at his home.
“At this time, there is no actionable intelligence,” according to the Chicago Police Department. “We continue to actively monitor the situation.”
The beloved neighborhood bakery has been through a lot in the past three years.
The L.A. County sheriff’s office says the husband of a housekeeper who worked for Bishop David O’Connell has been arrested in the priest’s shooting death.
Bishop David O’Connell, 69, was found shot to death near a church in a Los Angeles suburb. O’Connell, a native of Ireland, worked for many years in gang intervention.
The Rev. James Meeks stepped down as senior pastor of the Roseland-area church Sunday on its 38th anniversary. His next mission: building 1,000 homes in Roseland.
For Baltic, Hellenic, Arabic and Coptic households in Eastern Orthodox Churches, midnight mass and traditional holiday food come on a different calendar.
After more than 100 years, the vibrancy of the windows and the mural were hidden by dirt, leading supporters of the church to embark on a campaign to restore the artistic treasures to their original glory.
Bells tolled and the crowd in St. Peter’s square applauded as pallbearers emerged from a fog-shrouded St. Peter’s Basilica and placed Benedict’s simple cypress coffin before the altar in the square outside.
Seventy-five pastors, rabbis and imams sent a letter to the Illinois legislature urging it to pass the Protect Illinois Communities Act.
Benedict, the first pontiff to resign in 600 years, died Saturday at 95. The conservative theologian stepped down in 2013 after guiding the church’s 1.2 billion Catholics for eight years.
The Mass will be followed later in the week by a series of six additional memorial masses held by auxiliary bishops at other churches of the Archdiocese of Chicago.