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Mt. Greenwood »

The exam historically held in January was moved up after "a months-long study," the archdiocese said.

Beverly »

Lisa Sarcinella has spent the past 16 years working at the Catholic elementary school in Beverly.

Beverly »

"Being a parish priest, I always felt that was the best job there could be," Malloy said.

Englewood »

The "people of Chicago have been on my mind and in my prayers," Pope Francis wrote in a letter.

Downtown »

The parking lot at State and Chicago, long regarded as a prime development site, can fit two new towers.

Washington Heights »

Mallette, a former boxer, fought for racial justice throughout his tenure as a Catholic priest.

Pilsen »

Parishes are signing up families on Ash Wednesday to receive children if families are separated.

North Center »

St. Ben's will close its high school within the next two years.

Pilsen »

Pilsen parishioners plan to file complaints in Rome if the sale to a secular music school is completed.

Pilsen »

The Hyde Park conservatory plans to restore the Pilsen church, including its 185-foot towers.

Jefferson Park »

Eighty apartments would be available for rent below market rate, including 20 for CHA voucher-holders.

Beverly »

"Sadly, I've had to ring too many doorbells in the middle of the night," the Rev. Thomas Mulcrone said.

Edison Park »

The Rev. Donald Joseph Ahearn, pastor of Edison Park's St. Juliana Church from 1975 to 1995, has died.

Edison Park »

The elevation of Archbishop Blase Cupich is a "special moment" for all of Chicago, Emanuel said.