As part of Lent, Archbishop Blase Cupich has announced two dozen Chicago area churches will be open for 24 hours next week, so local Catholics can seek penance and healing for their sins.
For those of you participating in Lent (or those of you who just enjoy a good fish fry!) — this article is for you. Here are a few Lenten menus, fish fry specials and seafood options to try out this Easter season.
A Catholic Church in the northwestern suburbs tried something new on Wednesday to try to get occasional-Catholics to become more regular Mass-goers.
For the start of Lent on Ash Wednesday, some ministers were catering to commuters, by placing ashes on their foreheads as they waited for their trains.
Whether you’re looking for a delicious tuna meal for lent or just because you love tuna, this list has you covered. From sushi to the classic tuna melt, here are a few of the best places to try the big tuna in Chicago.
For Christians, this is Fat Tuesday – the day before the start of Lent.
After 24 days on an Lenten diet of beer and water, J. Wilson says what he really misses is savory food like feta cheese omelets and olives and pulled pork.
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.