Last month, Archbishop Blase Cupich traveled to Vatican City for his elevation to cardinal.
The leader of the 2.3 million Catholics in the Archdiocese of Chicago not only met with Pope Francis, he presented him with a Chicago Cubs baseball and cap.
Cardinal Cupich joins host Eddie Arruza to discuss ongoing efforts to revitalize and reorganize the local Catholic Church, bringing Pope Francis’ message back to Chicago, and how the church can help Chicago address violence after 2016’s drastic spike in homicides.
— Cardinal Cupich (@CardinalBCupich) November 15, 2016
Nov. 21: Pope Francis elevated Blase Cupich, along with 16 other archbishops, to the College of Cardinals on Saturday. But that’s not the only news the pope made.
Oct. 10: Archbishop Blase Cupich is going to Rome, where he’ll be elevated to cardinal in a special ceremony next month.
May 4: Faced with major, ongoing financial pressure, the Archdiocese of Chicago is looking hard at its mission and membership. Archbishop Blase Cupich talks about the Chicago Catholic Church's money woes and how it might reorganize and revitalize itself.