Chicago's St. Sabina Restarts Gun Buyback ProgramWorking guns can be turned in from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at the Saint Sabina parish in Gresham.
Father Pfleger's Supporters Respond To Accusers Who Said He Abused Them Decades Ago; 'His Character And Reputation Has Never Been Questioned'"I couldn’t forgive myself because I blamed myself all of these years."
Rev. Michael Pfleger 'Devastated' After Removal From St. Sabina Over Sex Abuse Allegation From 40 Years Ago"I am devastated, hurt and yes angry, but I am first, a person of Faith, I Trust God," Pfleger wrote in a Facebook post. "Pray also for the person, my life is more than a 40 year old accusation, and on that and my Faith I will stand."
St. Sabina Giving Away 1,000 Dinners From Manny's DeliThanks to an anonymous donor, 1,000 meals from Manny’s Deli will be given out at noon.
St. Sabina Volunteers Canvas Auburn Gresham Neighborhood To Get Out The VoteMore than 100 people gathered in the church parking lot to get their supplies and assignments. They're canvassing the Auburn Gresham neighborhood, talking to people and putting reminders on doors.
Demonstrators Take To Dan Ryan To Honor Emmett Till, Protest Shootings Of Black MenMembers of St. Sabina Church held a protest on the Dan Ryan overpass at 76th Street Friday afternoon honoring Emmett Till and protesting racism in America and the shootings of Black men. 
$5,000 Reward For Info On Shooters Of Emoni Atomah, Killed Outside St. SabinaThe shooting happened just a few hours after an event on Dr. King's birthday called the Blue Light March for Peace.
St. Sabina Holds Peace Rally Ahead Of Summer Violence ConcernsMore than 90 people were shot in Chicago in the last two weekends alone, and with Chicago Public Schools letting out next week, as always there are concerns of summer violence. 
At St. Sabina, Farrakhan Refers To 'Satanic Jews,' Denies Anti-Semitism After Facebook BanDays after being banned from Facebook Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan is fighting back with some help from Father Michael Pfleger. 
The Real 'Black Klansman' Returns To Chicago, Talks About Time With KKKHis story is told in the movie "BlacKKKlansman" where in 1978 he responds to a newspaper personal ad looking for KKK members and receives a call of interest.
Spreading A Message Of Peace And Love At St. Sabina's Day Of ServiceIn years past, volunteers cleaned up empty lots, fed the homeless and planted gardens among other community-based activities.