SW Side Parish Eager To Celebrate Canonization Of Pope John Paul IIThe Vatican’s decision to make John Paul II a saint along with Pope John XXIII the Sunday after Easter makes perfect sense to Father Wojech Baryski.
Local Catholics Cheer As Pope John Paul II Moves Toward SainthoodFive Holy Martyrs has ties to Pope John Paul II, who the Vatican says will be a saint by the end of the year. Parishioners at the mainly Polish church said they're proud of the late pontiff.
Chicagoans In Rome Hardly About To Forgive Bin LadenFor Chicagoans in Rome for the beatification of Pope John Paul II, the news of Osama bin Laden’s death brought a sense of relief.
Chicagoans Attend Beatification For Pope John Paul IIChicago's polish community was overwhelmed with pride on Sunday as many made the pilgrimage to witness Pope John Paul II’s journey toward sainthood.
St. Sabina Services Proceed Without Pfleger; Cardinal Defends Priest's SuspensionAs a different priest delivered the homily to St. Sabina parishioners Saturday, Cardinal Francis George continued to defend his suspension of popular Pastor Michael Pfleger.
Chicagoans Make Holy Pilgrimage To RomeChicagoans are among the throngs of Catholics in Rome this weekend to help honor the late Pope John Paul II. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine talks with some of the pilgrims.
Pfleger Controversy Follows Cardinal George To RomeCardinal George, traveling to Rome for the beatification of Pope John Paul II, won't be able to escape the controversy over Father Michael Pfleger's suspension back home. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine reports.
Chicago Catholics Filled With Pride As John Paul Nears SainthoodThousands of the faithful at the Vatican for Easter on Sunday will remain in Rome for the beatification of Pope John Paul II next week. Hundreds of Chicagoans also plan to make the journey.
Cardinal George To Attend Beatification For Pope John Paul IIThe beatification of Pope John Paul II comes May 1, and Francis Cardinal George says he will be in Rome and participating in the ceremony.