Cupich Urges Lawmakers To Override Rauner Veto Of Gun Dealer Licensing LegislationThe cardinal reached out to lawmakers directly on Tuesday, saying now is the time to do what is right, not what is necessarily popular in their particular districts.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Honored In ChicagoThe common thread: King's message lives on.
Thousands Of Catholic Chicago Students Joining National School WalkoutSt. Sabina sixth grader Lawrence Lee said the walkout shows the students are standing up for their rights.
Retired FBI Agent Joins Cardinal Cupich To Fight Gun ViolencePhilip Andrew, a victim of the Laurie Dann shooting, has joined the Archdiocese of Chicago’s continuing efforts to battle gun violence.
Cardinal Cupich Talks School Closings, Church ConsolidationsCardinal Blase Cupich spoke publicly for the first time about Catholic school closings and church consolidations that have been announced over the last week.
Archbishop Visits Patients At Lurie Children's HospitalCardinal Blase Cupich greeted little patients as he made his way around the cardiac floor at Lurie Children's Hospital on Christmas Day.
Holy Name Cathedral Welcomes Packed House For Midnight MassEarly Monday morning, Cardinal Blase Cupich welcomed a packed house at Holy Name Cathedral's midnight mass.
Cupich Visits Storm Victims In Puerto Rico, Delivers $40,000 In DonationsThe cardinal was meeting with storm victims on behalf of Pope Francis, who asked Cupich to visit the island.
Chicago's Cardinal Blase Cupich To Visit Puerto Rico Per Pope Francis' RequestThe Archdiocese of Chicago confirms Chicago's Cardinal Blase Cupich will visit hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico next week on behalf of Pope Francis.
'Time Now To Act,' Cardinal Cupich Says After Texas ShootingThe spiritual leader of Chicago's Roman Catholics is talking about the church shooting in Texas.
Mark Wahlberg In Town To Inspire Young Catholics“We are blessed to be able to have a fresh start every day,” said Wahlberg. “You just got to be able to have confidence in yourself and belief in yourself, surrounding yourself with good people.”
Cardinal Decrees: No Guns On Archdiocese PropertyThe decree, which goes into effect Thursday, allows clergy who own guns legally for hunting or sports to keep their firearms inside a rectory -- but locked securely.