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Three weeks of silence were broken on Sunday when Father Michael Pfleger returned to the pulpit at Saint Sabina on his birthday, full of energy and with an apology to his congregation for the public ordeal that stemmed from his dispute with Francis Cardinal George.
It’s been a week of controversy for St. Sabina Catholic Church on the South Side, but on Sunday parishioners raised their voices in song and prayer under the watchful eye of their embattled pastor, Rev. Michael Pfleger.
Caught in the middle of the feud between suspended St. Sabina Pastor Michael Pfleger and Cardinal George is one of the priests assigned to fill the gaps in Pfleger’s absence.
CBS 2’s Walter Jacobson says the Archdiocese should listen to public opinion about Father Michael Pfleger and keep him at his beloved St. Sabina.
His future is in God’s hands. Those words from Father Michael Pfleger to his congregation today concerning The Archdiocese’s plans to reassign the controversial Catholic priest.
CBS 2 has learned that the Archdiocese has asked Father Michael Pfleger to leave St. Sabina.