September 17, 2015 The video of Archbishop Cupich’s full address to the Chicago Federation of Labor is available. Click here.
Archives for September 2015
The May meeting of the Louisville Council began with a report on Catholic Campus Ministry at the University of Louisville. Minutes note Fr. Chuck Walker, the university’s Catholic Chaplain attended a youth ministry convention in San Antonio and a FOCUS (Fellowship of catholic University Students) in Nashville. A suggestion was made to strengthen the connection […]
Jeffrey Pfeffer, Fortune, September 28, 2015 Many businesses consistently place economics ahead of human well-being. Pope Francis reminds us why we sometimes should do the opposite. The juxtaposition seemed striking: on the one hand, Pope Francis in the U.S. with his message of taking care of the poor and the forgotten—a Pope who had published […]
Chicago’s archbishop directly addressed a just wage and right-to-work laws as the city and state both struggle with labor. They’re topics of the moment, but grounded in a long history. BY WHET MOSER, September 18, 2015 Archbishop Blase Cupich, left, is applauded by Gov. Bruce Rauner as he gets up to speak at an immigration […]
On September 17, 2015, Archbishop Blase Cupich addressed the Chicago Federation of Labor. He defined the purpose of the meeting and his speech in his address: “One of my priorities since arriving in Chicago is to build bridges and partnerships. Today, I reach out to leaders of the labor movement and all who are here […]
At the May meeting of the Owensboro Council, Bishop Medley reported that he has requested the Director of Worship to convene a committee to begin planning for the Jubilee Year of Mercy. Members discussed the Draft of Policy on Damage to Rectories. The Policy was amended. Minutes note the current Diocesan Policy Manual be placed […]