The Good News

Submissions from Around the Archdiocese

Welcome! Our Good News section is an additional way for parishes, schools, organizations and groups in the Archdiocese of Chicago to share the good things happening in their community with the readers of the Chicago Catholic.

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Religious Emblems Presentation

Archdiocese of Chicago Catholic Committee on Scouting Annual Religious Emblems Presentation was held at Holy Name Cathedral on Jan. 28, 2018.

Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii honors two "youthful" vets

The Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii, located in the heart of “Little Italy” on the west side of Chicago, recently honored two men in their prayer community, for their services in the US Armed Forces during World War II.

St. George students put faith into action

Students in National Junior Honor Society and Student Council at St. George School in Tinley Park began the huge task of determining the winning classroom of the Penny Wars fundraiser held during Catholic Schools' Week.

St. George School open house

St. George School in Tinley Park recently hosted its annual Open House.

Aquinas Literacy Center trains 20 new ESL tutors

Aquinas Literacy Center, a nonprofit literacy organization in McKinley Park, knows the value that volunteer tutors bring to our organization. Without the support of many volunteers, Aquinas would not be able to carry out its mission of empowering adults to learn English and become more engaged in their community.

Dominican University President Donna Carroll receives Villager of the Year award

Dominican University President Donna Carroll has received the 2017 Villager of the Year Award from the Wednesday Journal.

St. George Caring Hearts bring smiles

Students in Caring Hearts’ Club at St. George School in Tinley Park decorated birthday cards and wrote cheerful notes for the residents of Autumn Leaves Assisted Living in Orland Park.

'In Bethlehem Inn' by John Carter at Old St Mary's

What was it like the night Jesus was born? The youth of Old St. Mary’s Parish in the South Loop helped people to experience that holy night during their presentation of “In Bethlehem Inn” by John Carter on Dec 16.

New tutors trained at Aquinas Literacy Center

Aquinas Literacy Center, a nonprofit literacy organization in McKinley Park, knows the value that volunteer tutors bring to our organization. Without the support of many volunteers, Aquinas would not be able to carry out its mission of empowering adults to learn English and become more engaged in their community.

Attorneys, life advocates and supporters mark 20 years of teamwork

Thomas More Society staff and supporters gathered at Chicago’s Union League Club with the Pro-Life Action League on Nov. 10, to celebrate mutual accomplishments and a shared 20-year history.

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