Holy Name Cathedral

Sunday Evening Mass At Holy Name To Pay Tribute To Cardinal GeorgeCardinal Francis George's galero – a wide-brimmed red silk hat that used to be given to Catholic bishops at the Vatican when they became cardinals – will be raised to the dome of Holy Name Cathedral on Sunday, one month after his death.
Mothers Remember Children Lost To ViolenceCBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports those moms, hoping to use their painful loss, for a higher purpose.
Mourners Remember A Cardinal Of Many FacetsCBS 2's Derrick Blakley talks with parishioners and clergy members about the late cardinal.
Cardinal Francis George Honored As 'Man Of Compassion For All Who Suffered'Approximately 2,000 mourners packed Holy Name Cathedral on Thursday, as they gathered for the funeral mass for the late Cardinal Francis George.
A Final Farewell To Francis Cardinal GeorgeChicago and Catholics worldwide were preparing to say goodbye to Francis Cardinal George, who was the spiritual leader of the third largest Archdiocese in the U.S., and served the church in Rome for more than a decade.
Second Day Of Visitation For Cardinal George At Holy Name CathedralDoors open to the public at 7 a.m. at the church where Cardinal George presided over the nation’s third largest diocese. Once again, people will line up to pay respects to the man who shepherded more than 2.2 million Catholics for more than 17 years.
Graphic Artist Who Designed Medallions At Holy Name Recalls Working For Cardinal GeorgeOne of the people remembering Cardinal George this week is a South Side graphic artist, Larry Cope.
Visitation To Begin For Cardinal Francis GeorgeThousands of mourners were expected to visit Holy Name Cathedral on Tuesday, as a two-day visitation begins for Cardinal Francis George, the retired archbishop of Chicago, who died on Friday.
Visitation, Funeral Set For Cardinal GeorgeVisitation will be held for two days at Holy Name Cathedral, followed by a funeral mass on Thursday.
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Cupich Invites Catholics To Escape Their Comfort ZoneArchbishop Cupich made those in the congregation laugh hard several times, in which he said, "Seriously folks. I don't do walking on water. I can barely swim." But he had a serious message for Chicago-area Catholics: get out of your comfort zone, and be daring and bold when doing God's work.
Archbishop Cupich Choosing To Live In Holy Name Rectory, Not Cardinal's MansionIn a break with tradition, Archbishop Blase Cupich announced he will not be moving into the Cardinal’s residence and instead will live in the Holy Name Cathedral rectory.