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Washington Heights »

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

Dunning »

A $6 ticket entitles each guests to as many pancakes and sausages as they can pile onto their plates.

Armour Square »

The church, 2813 S. Princeton Ave., wants to add a gym and build more capacity for its preschool.

River North »

Cardinal Blase Cupich is giving Chicago Catholics a dispensation to eat meat on Friday.

Lincoln Square »

Wednesday night's rally has been organized to promote positive messages, Ald. Ameya Pawar (47th) said.

Hyde Park »

Police inspected the Hyde Park location after an anonymous threat against Purim celebrations Sunday.

Norwood Park »

The North Carolina-based group has been compared to indie rock bands like The National and Fleet Foxes.

Rogers Park »

"It's not like they're having keggers on Sundays or anything," brewer Eric Plata said.

Beverly »

"You Are My Neighbor" will feature speakers along with music, poetry and testaments from refugees.

Belmont Cragin »

The fish fry will be open at St. Ferdinand Church from 4:30-7 p.m. every Friday until April 7.

Mt. Greenwood »

The Chicago Catholic church stands with those "parishioners who are deeply troubled" by Trump's actions.

Downtown »

Check out this guide to getting ashes along the CTA for Ash Wednesday.

Portage Park »

The Lutheran high school, 5700 W. Berteau Ave., announced it will suspend classes after this year.

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