The pastor of a Roman Catholic church in the Lakeview neighborhood agreed to step aside from day-to-day responsibilities amid an allegation he had sexual contact with a child nearly 20 years ago while working at an Orland Park parish.
A former northwest Indiana megachurch pastor was sentenced to 12 years in prison Wednesday for sex crimes involving a 17-year-old female church member.
A Chicago pastor who has been in a homeless shelter for months has only days before he is kicked out. CBS 2’s Mike Puccinelli reports.
The South Side pastor who spent three months camping on the roof of an old motel last winter is just about done with a walk across the country.
The longtime pastor of a northwest Indiana church has been dismissed due to an “improper relationship with a young woman.”
Corey Brooks, the “rooftop pastor” who hopes to build a community center in West Woodlawn, on Friday reached Chicago as he continues his way to Los Angeles. CBS 2′s Brad Edwards reports.
The South Side pastor who camped for three months over the winter in a tent on the roof of a run-down motel is about to start his next fund-raising and awareness-raising effort: a walk across America.
A church in Indiana has removed its pastor, after he was arrested for allegedly disguising two hidden video cameras as air fresheners and hiding them in the women’s toilet stalls at the church.
Demolition crews are at work on the 6600 block of South King Drive, tearing down the old motel where a minister spent more than three months living in a tent on the roof.
A South Side pastor has been camping out on the roof of a motel for the past three months to help stop violence in the community.
A former pastor and community college instructor was sentenced Friday to six months in DuPage County Jail for sexually molesting a girl from Naperville on numerous occasions in 2010.
The pastor of New Beginnings church on the 6600 block of South King Drive is coming down off the roof where he’s been living for more than six weeks.
A South Side pastor is camping out on the roof of a motel he helped to close down over prostitution and drugs, in an effort to buy the building and use it to help the community change.
Questions lingered Thursday about whether Rev. Michael Pfleger will stay at his beloved St. Sabina parish.