Leadership at Saint Sabina Church announced Sunday that the church will withhold its monthly assessments of the church and school to the Archdiocese of Chicago starting in March. They say it is part of the church's "continued effort to get the Archdiocese of Chicago to swiftly conclude its investigation into the allegations against Fr. Pfleger."

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