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Father Michael Pfleger, social justice advocate in Chicago, steps away from...

WASHINGTON -- Father Michael Pfleger, a popular Chicago priest and outspoken advocate against gun violence, gangs, poverty and racism, has stepped aside from his...

Pope Francis names two archdiocesan priests, Franciscan friar as new auxiliaries...

WASHINGTON -- Pope Francis has named as auxiliary bishops for the Archdiocese of Chicago two archdiocesan priests and a Franciscan friar who has been...

Catholic schools unveil reopening plans for worrisome fall term

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — U.S. Catholic schools are tweaking their reopening plans for a worrisome fall term by consulting parents and training staff...

What Father Augustus Tolton might say about today’s racial injustices

CHICAGO — Father Augustus Tolton, the first identified Black priest ordained for the United States, would likely be disappointed by what he sees going...

Pandemic inspires Chicago artist Joseph Malham to create icon of Christ...

CHICAGO -- When word came that Illinois residents were being asked to stay home and the Archdiocese of Chicago suspended public Masses in mid-March,...

Yo-Yo Ma holds concert for peace at Chicago Catholic Church

CHICAGO — When world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma brought his Concert for Peace to St. Sabina Church for the second time June 10, there was...

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