Advent and Christmas Resources

Archbishop Cupich will celebrate Midnight Mass at Holy Name Cathedral at 12 a.m. WGN-TV/Ch. 9 will broadcast live on Christmas Eve for viewers in Chicago and the suburbs. Mass will be streamed live at www.wgntv.com/livestream.

Simbang Gabi Masses

Archbishop Cupich will celebrate a Simbang Gabi Mass at Our Lady of Mercy Parish in Chicago at 7 p.m. Celebrated by Filipino Catholics, Simbang Gabi is a novena of masses in preparation for Christmas.

Tuesday, December 23

Christmas Eve Midnight Mass

Archbishop Cupich will celebrate Midnight Mass at Holy Name Cathedral at 12 a.m. WGN-TV/Ch. 9 will broadcast live on Christmas Eve for viewers in Chicago and the suburbs. Mass will be streamed live at www.wgntv.com/livestream.

December 25

National Migration Week Prayer Service

Archbishop Cupich will celebrate a Prayer Service for Migration Week at Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, at 7 p.m. National Migration Week is January 4 – 10.

Tuesday, January 6

Mass for Life

Archbishop Cupich will celebrate the annual Mass for Life at St. Cletus Parish in La Grange, at 5pm, marking the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade in remembrance of those affected by abortion.

Saturday, January 10

Catholic Chicago December 2014

Tune in for highlights from Archbishop Cupich's appearances throughout the Archdiocese during the first few weeks following his installation.

Catholic Chicago airs Friday, at 7 p.m., on Chicago Loop Cable Ch. 25, and Sunday at 2:30 p.m., on Comcast Ch. 100.

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Catholic Chicago Blog

In this week's blog, Fr. Louis Cameli reminds us that despite our personal struggles, we can find hope in Jesus this Christmas.

www.archchicago.org/blog

News Releases

Sister Mary Paul McCaughey Assumes New Role for
Catholic Schools in Chicago

Chicago, IL (December 19, 2014) - Sister Mary Paul McCaughey, O.P., Superintendent for Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Chicago, informed Archbishop Blase J. Cupich that she had earlier made known to the Archdiocesan Board her desire to leave her office with the transition of a new archbishop. 

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Ninth Annual “Seeking Posada” for Immigration Reform Immigrant supporters to give thanks for administrative relief and pray for a permanent solution
Friday, December 19, Beginning at 7 a.m.

Chicago, IL (December 16, 2014) – Hundreds of immigrant and native-born priests, religious sisters and brothers, and lay leaders will participate in a Posada, a symbolic search for shelter that offers hope, justice and human dignity for all immigrants, on Friday, December 19, beginning at 7 a.m., outside the United States Center for Immigration Services, 101 West Congress Parkway in downtown Chicago.

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