The obligation goes into effect on Nov. 26 and 27, the First Sunday of Advent.
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Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago announced his new directive implementing Traditionis custodes in December 2021.
Catholic churches and pro-life pregnancy centers have come under attack in a string of vandalizations across the nation.
Pope Francis Condemns ‘Senseless Shooting,’ Calls for End of Violence After July 4th Parade Attack in Suburban Chicago
The Holy Father sent a telegram to Chicago Cardinal Blase Cupich, asking the cardinal to convey his spiritual closeness to all affected by the mass shooting.
An active shooter opened fire at the Highland Park, Illinois, Independence Day parade, killing at least six people.
The City of Big Shoulders — and Liturgical Confusion: Chicago Faithful Flummoxed by Inconsistent Liturgy Policy
NEWS ANALYSIS: The juxtaposition of laxity for liturgical abuses with forceful crackdowns of reverent worship well beyond Pope Francis’s recent directives calls into question Cardinal Blase Cupich’s stated prioritization of promoting unity and the reforms of Vatican II.
According to canon law, laypeople are not allowed to preach homilies during Mass.
Tracing the Sign of the Cross with the acoustic instrument, the suburban Chicago pastor ended the Feb. 13 Mass, which included other irregularites.
Richmond clarified that anyone in the schools where the mandate has been lifted who wishes to continue wearing a mask is free to do so.
By July, the archdiocese will have 221 parishes.