A Final Farewell To Francis Cardinal GeorgeChicago and Catholics worldwide were preparing to say goodbye to Francis Cardinal George, who was the spiritual leader of the third largest Archdiocese in the U.S., and served the church in Rome for more than a decade.
Second Day Of Visitation For Cardinal George At Holy Name CathedralDoors open to the public at 7 a.m. at the church where Cardinal George presided over the nation’s third largest diocese. Once again, people will line up to pay respects to the man who shepherded more than 2.2 million Catholics for more than 17 years.
Visitation To Begin For Cardinal Francis GeorgeThousands of mourners were expected to visit Holy Name Cathedral on Tuesday, as a two-day visitation begins for Cardinal Francis George, the retired archbishop of Chicago, who died on Friday.
Cardinal George Overcame Setbacks To Lead Hometown ArchdioceseFrancis Cardinal George was a son of the city's Northwest Side, schooled at St. Pascal's in Portage Park. He had an unusually early vision of his destiny. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine looks back on George's career.
Tributes To Cardinal George: 'A Remarkable Life Of Faith And Service'A wide range of politicians and spiritual leaders were among those who offered tributes Friday to Francis Cardinal George, who passed away this morning.
Poignant Tribute To Cardinal George On Archdiocese WebsiteWithin hours Cardinal George's death, the Archdiocese of Chicago created a poignant and elegant tribute on its website.
Francis Cardinal George, Led Chicago Archdiocese, DiesAfter fighting a long battle with cancer, Francis Cardinal George has died, sources reported on Friday afternoon.
Two New Lawsuits To Be Filed Over Alleged McCormack Sexual Abuse Two more lawsuits will be filed Thursday against the Archdiocese of Chicago, alleging sexual abuse by convicted child molester and defrocked priest Daniel McCormack.
Cardinal George Back Home From HospitalFrancis Cardinal George, who is battling cancer, was admitted late last month for dehydration and pain management issues. The Archdiocese of Chicago reports he is feeling better.
Archbishop Cupich Moving Quickly To Reorganize ArchdioceseMajor reorganization and downsizing is underway at the Archdiocese of Chicago.
Cardinal George Hospitalized For TestsThe Chicago Archdiocese said the cardinal was admitted to Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood on Sunday, and “will stay for several days of tests to evaluate his condition.”
Archdiocese, 4 Northwest Side Schools Pursue New Regional PlanThe Archdiocese of Chicago announced four Northwest Side Catholic schools will participate in a new school regionalization plan that could lead to some closures.
After 3 Months Running Archdiocese, Cupich Still Learning To Balance His TimeThree months into his tenure has head of the Catholic Church in Chicago, Archbishop Blase Cupich said he wishes there were 10 days to a week, instead of seven, with all that he’d like to accomplish.
24 Catholic Churches To Celebrate Daylong "Festival Of Forgiveness"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.
Suit Seeks Release Of Details Of ‘Each Accused Child-Molesting Cleric’A new lawsuit against the Archdiocese of Chicago accuses the church of perpetuating a “public nuisance” by keeping convicted child molester and defrocked priest Daniel McCormack in positions with access to children despite accusations of abuse.