February 10th might have been Chicago's day of infamy--the date remembered for the greatest mass murder in our history.The year was 1916. George Mundelein had just arrived in Chicago to take charge of the Catholic archdiocese. At 43 he was young for an archbishop.
Chicago aldermen aren't raising much of a stink over Mayor Rahm Emanuel's plan to boost water fees to pay for new water and sewer lines. But they are concerned over who'll get those construction jobs.Ald.
The head of the Archdiocese of Chicago has suspended an outspoken South Side pastor.Father Michael Pfleger is known as a charismatic and popular priest with a gift for preaching, who's campaigned against alcohol and tobacco bill boards, gun shops and racism.