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Topic - Francis George
The Archdiocese of Chicago says Cardinal Francis George will give a video-recorded deposition about a former priest who has been convicted of abusing children.
The Archdiocese of Chicago says a successor to ailing Cardinal Francis George should be chosen this fall.
Cardinal Francis George and priests throughout the Chicago Archdiocese are planning to celebrate Memorial Day field masses at nearly 40 cemeteries across Cook and Lake County.
Leaders of Catholic community foundations and related special purpose foundations met for the first time at a national convocation in Chicago from May 6-8 to discuss their ministry.
Cardinal Francis George says this may be his last Easter holiday as the spiritual leader of Chicago's more than 2 million Roman Catholics.
Cardinal Francis George, the archbishop of Chicago who is being treated for cancer, said Friday that the Roman Catholic Church has agreed to begin formally searching for his successor as head of the nation's third-largest diocese.
Chicago Cardinal Francis George will not travel to Rome for the canonizations of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II later this month because of the resumption of chemotherapy to treat his cancer.
Pope Francis has named Archbishop Joseph Tobin of Indianapolis as a member of the congregation of the Roman Curia that oversees vowed religious life.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory seems to have gotten the pope's message about modest living.
Chicago's Cardinal Francis George took time during his first public appearance since being released from the hospital to thank worshippers for their prayers.
Chicago's Cardinal Francis George has been released from a hospital after being treated for dehydration and flu-like symptoms.
Cardinal Francis George of Chicago has been in the hospital at Loyola University Medical Center since Friday, after physicians found during a routine checkup that he was dehydrated.
Cardinal Francis George, who informed parishioners earlier this month that his cancer had returned, may be released from the hospital soon after being admitted last week for treatment of dehydration and flu-like symptoms, the Archdiocese of Chicago said Tuesday.
Chicago Cardinal Francis George has been hospitalized at Loyola Medical Center in Maywood for the last four days suffering dehydration because of the flu.
Cardinal Francis George says he feels a "little bit lightheaded" and a little unsteady on his feet but otherwise OK after his first treatment in a new round of chemotherapy.
George said the formal succession process is lengthy and will begin soon, although he had no precise timeframe.
George spoke admiringly of both popes and said of John Paul that he was down to earth and had an ironic sense of humor even while being "a monumental figure."