Hundreds of people are at St. Sabina’s Block Party on the 7800 block of South Throop for a good time and the chance to get a photo taken with filmmaker Spike Lee, who’s underwriting the festivities.
David Moore, the alderman in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood where the Spike Lee movie “Chiraq” is being shot, is denying a permit for a block party for the film.
CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley reports those moms, hoping to use their painful loss, for a higher purpose.
The controversial title didn’t keep thousands of people from lining up for a part in Spike Lee’s new movie.
Families of murder victims on the South Side bent the ear of the chief of detectives of the Chicago Police Department for a while Saturday at a forum at St. Sabina church.
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St. Sabina Church collected dozens of guns during its gun buyback program Saturday.
“It’s up to us what happens tonight, tomorrow and up to next weekend,” the St. Sabina priest told a crowd Monday.
A Christmas tree outside St. Sabina is both sweet and somber. In addition to garlands and lights are ornaments adorned with photos of children who have been killed by guns.
People across the Chicago area are gathering at churches to say prayers of remembrance for former South African president and global human-rights icon and the services at a South Side church took on special meaning Sunday.
Rival gangs came together yesterday at St. Sabina’s in Chicago’s Auburn-Gresham neighborhood to shoot hoops, not bullets.
On the corner near St. Sabina Church on the South Side – a grim reminder that Mother’s Day is not a day to celebrate for the women whose sons and daughters have been killed.
Outspoken St. Sabina pastor Rev. Michael Pfleger said he would like to see cardinals pick someone from a third-world nation as the next pope.
Father Michael Pfleger opens up about his experience being stalked by a Deerfield woman who is being held in jail. CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports.
A north suburban woman is due in court today, accused of stalking a well-known Chicago priest.
Michael Pfleger says he intends to take an even more proactive approach to a battle he’s waged for decades against street violence. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
Vandals struck St. Sabina Roman Catholic Church overnight, just hours after the Rev. Michael Pfleger and community members marched against a neighborhood store.
The cardinal requested the plan after he suspended Pfleger last spring over comments the priest made about not wanting to leave his South Side base.
Father Michael Pfleger has been reinstated as pastor of St. Sabina, but he will work on a transition plan to find a new leader for the South Side congregation, it was announced Friday.
In the latest salvo in a very public battle over the leadership at St. Sabina, members of the church put their thoughts in black and white today–with a full-page advertisement in the Chicago Sun-Times.