Holy Name Cathedral
Churches in Chicago have been a gathering place today for people looking for comfort, and answers.
For the first time since being diagnosed with cancer and beginning a long and difficult course of treatment, Cardinal Francis George was speaking out about his fight for life, as well as his future.
Cardinal Francis George, speaking Sunday at a mass to celebrate the golden anniversaries of more than 400 couples, used the celebration as a platform to reiterate the Catholic Church’s opposition to same-sex marriage.
Hundreds of couples will be celebrating a wonderful life-moment on Sunday at Holy Name Cathedral.
About 60 Catholic activists marched from Holy Name Cathedral to Cardinal George’s residence as a show of support for the nation’s nuns, whom the Vatican accuses of having serious doctrinal problems.
Just days after state lawmakers introduced legislation to legalize gay marriage in Illinois, Chicago’s Gay Liberation Network led a demonstration outside Holy Name Cathedral Sunday morning.
Members of the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests were handing out leaflets outside Holy Name Cathedral on Sunday.
Though they found Francis Cardinal George’s apology for linking gay rights activists to the KKK “woefully inadequate,” a group that had planned to protest outside Holy Name Cathedral Sunday has canceled the protest.
The controversy has persisted into the new year surrounding Francis Cardinal George’s remarks comparing the gay rights movement to the Ku Klux Klan.
A California preacher says Saturday is the end of the world, but some Chicagoans are skeptical, even though billboards are posted locally to reinforce the end-of-the-world warning.
Demonstrators will be outside Holy Name Cathedral Tuesday afternoon, when priests of the Chicago Archdiocese celebrate mass in preparation for Holy Week.
Christians in Chicago are pausing to reflect on their lives and their faith. Many of those who could not find the time to make it to their church had their faith find them instead.
Six people arrested on Valentine’s Day during a gay rights demonstration at a Cook County marriage license office downtown have a court date — St. Patrick’s Day.
Family, friends and fans gathered at Holy Name Cathedral Friday morning to honor the life of Cubs legend Ron Santo.
Chicagoans will say their final farewell today to Cubs legend Ron Santo.
Mourners for the Cubs great include former teammates and regular people who appreciated his passion for the North Siders.
Chicagoans are getting a final chance to say goodbye to beloved Cubs legend Ron Santo.
With seating limited at Friday’s funeral for Cubs great Ron Santo, a funeral procession to Wrigley Field gives fans another chance to say goodbye to the beloved player and broadcaster.