CHICAGO (CBS) — The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago has an update on Francis Cardinal George, who is once again facing a cancer diagnosis.

The archdiocese has released a statement which says: the cardinal “rested at home this weekend and was actively engaged in a number of his administrative responsibilities. This week he will continue additional testing, participate in his annual retreat and maintain his previously scheduled public commitments.”

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The statement also says information about the cardinal’s future schedule will be announced after he meets with his doctors about a course of treatment.

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On Friday, the archdiocese announced that tests on Francis Cardinal George found cancerous cells in his kidney and in a nodule that was removed from his liver.

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Six years ago, the cardinal had surgery for bladder cancer.