Francis Cardinal George
One of the victims of a sexually abusive priest has reached a $3.2 million settlement with the Chicago Archdiocese.
Francis Cardinal George is toning down his stance against an abortion rights group supported by Gov. Pat Quinn, saying he didn’t know all the facts.
Gov. Pat Quinn was firing back on Thursday, after being attacked by the state’s Catholic bishops for presenting an award at an abortion rights group event.
A new lawsuit claims that the Chicago Archdiocese knew as long ago as 1992 that an incarcerated former priest was molesting young boys, bud swept it under the rug until his arrest in 2006.
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.
The Rev. Michael Pfleger says if he cannot preach at St. Sabina Church, he will start preaching elsewhere.
Mayor Richard M. Daley won’t say anything about the differences between the Rev. Michael Pfleger and Francis Cardinal George, but he praises the suspended priest.
For Chicagoans in Rome for the beatification of Pope John Paul II, the news of Osama bin Laden’s death brought a sense of relief.
A new priest was ordered to move into the rectory at St. Sabina parish to replace the Rev. Michael Pfleger Friday morning, church representatives said in an e-mail.
The Rev. Michael Pfleger has not spoken with the mainstream media about his suspension this week, but he did open up about it to some Columbia College journalism students.
Cardinal George, traveling to Rome for the beatification of Pope John Paul II, won’t be able to escape the controversy over Father Michael Pfleger’s suspension back home. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
The Rev. Michael Pfleger says he is in shock, after Francis Cardinal George suspended him from his ministry over statements Pfleger made about a possible reassignment.
The beatification of Pope John Paul II comes May 1, and Francis Cardinal George says he will be in Rome and participating in the ceremony.
New voices have begun to join in the debate over whether Rev. Michael Pfleger should remain at St. Sabina Church or move to a nearby Catholic high school. But Francis Cardinal George still isn’t saying whether he’ll make the move.
A published report says Francis Cardinal George is expected to submit his resignation to the Pope early next year when he turns 75, as a formality.
CBS 2 has learned that the Archdiocese has asked Father Michael Pfleger to leave St. Sabina.
In what is being called a huge upset, Tucson, Ariz., bishop and Chicagoan Gerald Kicanas was passed over for the presidency of the U.S. Conference of Bishops.
Chicago’s Francis Cardinal George used his final speech as the outgoing president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops to defend the bishops’ opposition to health care reform.
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