But the buddy movie leaves us with little hope for the future of the Catholic church.
Lenten fish fries are a delicious and ubiquitous part of the Catholic midwest.
The 2004 Pulitzer-winner is relevant once again.
The 34-year-old filmmaker will be in Chicago this Wednesday when Asian Pop-Up Cinema screens Smaller and Smaller Circles.
Also, a Chicago priest blessed the Mandalay Bay hotel floor where Las Vegas shooter conducted massacre.
Also, Las Vegas gunman’s notorious bank-robber father lived in Chicago.
Also, anxiety about deportation is hurting businesses in Little Village.
Also, people are offering to be donate a kidney to police chief Eddie Johnson.
Also, state senator Kwame Raoul advocates for increasing sentences for repeat gun-crime offenders.
Also, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has named a new chief of staff.
Also, Ed “Fast Eddie” Vrdolyak is indicted for allegedly not paying income taxes on money he earned from brokering tobacco settlements.
Also, CPS stops using discriminatory job screening process following a WBEZ investigation.
Also, how meeting Mother Teresa changed a ex-gang leader’s life.
Also, former U.S. House speaker Dennis Hastert to report to prison in June.
In Radical Grace, premiering at the fest, documentary filmmaker Rebecca Parrish profiles three nuns deeply involved in social justice work.