Pope’s deputy to US to assistance respect Catholic Charities

CHICAGO (AP) — The deputy of Pope Francis in a U.S. will give a moral during a special Mass to symbol a 100th anniversary of Catholic Charities in a Chicago archdiocese.

Archbishop Christophe Pierre will join Cardinal Blase Cupich (blayz SOO’-pich), Catholic Charities CEO Monsignor Michael Boland and 25 priests from opposite a Archdiocese of Chicago for Sunday’s service. It’s scheduled for 2 p.m. during Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago.

Pierre will broach a summary from a Vatican during Sunday’s Mass, that is approaching to be attended by some-more than 1,000 people.

Catholic Charities of a Archdiocese of Chicago was founded days after a U.S. entered World War I. With 150 locations in Cook and Lake counties, it’s a largest Catholic Charities in a nation and serves roughly 1 million people annually.


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