Cardinal Francis E. George
By Catholic News Service CHICAGO (CNS) — Cardinal Francis E. George, retired archbishop of Chicago, was admitted to Loyola University Medical Center March 1 to undergo several days of tests. A March 3 news release from the Chicago Archdiocese said the tests were being conducted to evaluate his condition since
By Catholic News Service CHICAGO — Chicago Cardinal Francis E. George is participating in a clinical research trial for a new cancer drug, the Archdiocese of Chicago announced Aug. 22. Cardinal George was first diagnosed with bladder cancer in 2006 and had a recurrence of cancer announced in 2012.
By Steve Trosley The Catholic Telegraph “A member of the Cardinal’s staff told me that attending one of his staff meetings was like watching a one-man think tank,” Archbishop Dennis M. Schnurr said Wednesday evening after the Gardner Lecture in Moral Theology at the Athenaeum. Cardinal Francis E. George discussed — in
Staff Report (This article originally appeared in the E-pistle Newsletter) The Athenaeum of Ohio’s series of events commemorating the Year of Faith will continue with a visit by Cardinal Francis E. George, Archbishop of Chicago, who will address “Human Rights and Religious Freedom” when he presents the Gardner Lecture in