A former employee alleged that the parish pastor created a hostile work environment for him based on his sexual orientation and medical issues.
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Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago in 2018 requested that religious orders active in his local Church release lists of members credibly accused of sexual abuse.
Fr. Larry Sullivan said he was deeply sorry for the pain and hardships he caused the woman.
As Father Pfleger Abuse Inquiry Continues, Chicago Archdiocese Counters ‘Misconceptions’ of Priest's Supporters
Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago asked Fr. Pfleger to step away from his duties in early January after the first accusation of abuse.
Becket argued that the prior ruling conflicts with the court’s previous decisions on religious freedom, as well as those of other federal courts and the U.S. Supreme Court.
The mergers will bring the number of parishes in the archdiocese below 300, from more than 350 in 2016 and almost 450 in the mid-1980s,
Members of the advisory board for Chicago’s college seminary say recent decision to close the seminary will negatively impact the archdiocese.
On Sept. 5, St. Mark’s parish will receive a first-class relic of St. Teresa of Calcutta for public veneration.
Holy Father sends words of encouragement, solidarity and hope ahead of anti-violence programs sponsored by the archbishop.
Undefeated by fire, the canons of the Institute of Christ the King have saved their shrine from the wrecking ball and provided hope for a neighborhood that needs them.