Commemorating the lives of people buried by the Office of the Cook County Medical Examiner at First United Methodist Church – Chicago Temple
Wednesday, May 25
Archbishop Cupich will ordain five Hispanic men at St. Philomena
Parish in Chicago to serve parishes of the Archdiocese of Chicago as permanent deacons.
Sunday, May 29
Archbishop Cupich and the Auxiliary Bishops of the Archdiocese of Chicago will celebrate Masses at Catholic
cemeteries throughout the Archdiocese on Memorial Day.
Monday, May 30
In the latest edition of Catholic Chicago, we'll take you to northwest suburban Palatine where the Little Sisters of the Poor are celebrating 50 years of caring for the elderly at St. Joseph's Home. And host Todd Williamson talks with Archbishop Blase Cupich about the urgent need to provide more Summer jobs for young people in Chicago
Chicago, IL (May 23, 2016) –Archbishop Blase J. Cupich, the Auxiliary Bishops and Archdiocesan Priests will celebrate Memorial Day with Field Masses at 37 Catholic cemeteries on Monday, May 30. These Masses are in conjunction with the national program, “Serving God and Country: A Memorial Day Salute to Our Heroes,” developed by the Catholic Cemetery Conference, to honor men and women of the armed forces who died while serving, as well as active military and veterans. During all 37 Masses, veterans present will be asked to come forward for a special blessing followed by the playing of Taps.
Chicago, IL (May 18, 2016) – The Annual Interfaith Memorial Service for the Indigent, commemorating the lives of Chicago-area residents who were laid to rest by the Office of the Cook County Medical Examiner's Office, will begin at 12 p.m., on Wednesday, May 25, at First United Methodist Church – Chicago Temple, 77 West Washington Street in Chicago. The 2016 memorial service is sponsored by the Ministry for Indigent Persons and is open to all. The Archdiocese of Chicago's Office for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs is a participating partner in the Ministry.
Chicago, IL (May 16, 2016) – The Archdiocese of Chicago today named Colleen Tunney-Ryan as its director of public relations and internal communication. In her new role, Tunney-Ryan will lead internal and external communications and build stronger connections and relationships with media, the congregation and lay and religious employees of the Archdiocese.