Chicago business has been providing clerical garments for over 100 years

The House of Hansen, an unassuming small business in Chicago in business for over 100 years, makes and supplies vestments and liturgical wear — like bishops' mitres and zucchettos — to clergy locally and around the country.

No singing allowed? Chicago Catholic school's students learn sign language

When music teacher Lynn Kingsbury at St. Damian School in the Chicago suburb of Oak Forest learned that her students wouldn't be allowed to sing in class because of COVID-19 restrictions, she made a dream of hers into reality — teaching the students how to sing in American Sign Language.

Cardinal, hospital staff urge Illinois legislators to act on gun bill

Chicago Cardinal Blase Cupich called on Illinois legislators to pass a bill that tightens restrictions on gun shop owners and helps stem the flow of illegal guns into Illinois.

Life of African-American priest told through play 'From Slave to Priest'

The life of Father Augustus Tolton already reads like a novel and now it is immortalized on stage with the new play "Tolton: From Slave to Priest," produced by St. Luke Productions from Battle Ground, Washington.