Chicago’s Cardinal Cupich on a mercy bender? Ignores the other side of Jesus. Two sides to the Savior, however . . . (substack.com)
Chicago Cardinal came a-cropper in welcoming all and sundry to Communion? Commentators find fault with him for ignoring the state-of-grace requirement . . ., Rewriting doctrine on the fly? . . .
The polls have it, the latest at least, compliments of Fox 32’s Mike Flannery: Da Mayor won’t even make the playoff! She gone, as Sox announcer used to say . . .,Keeping in mind the one poll that trumps all a few days from now . . .
In Chi-town, we got polls. Who’s for mayor? Vallas looking strong in the stretch. Solutions for decline of the Loop. More cops on the street or more fun things to do? Hear candidates out. . . .,Advertise, says one worthy. But where’s Da Mayor in all this chatter? In no mood for it. . . .
Axios: Meet the (possible) mayor: Paul Vallas
Let’s hear it for the political thing. City elections coming up: alderpeople (!), police overseers, MAYOR (!), oh yeah . . . ,Some commentary, if you will, untoward some may say, to good effect others may not. Which is what makes horse races.
What is this pronoun thing? Whom does it help? How does it help him or her or . . . them??? Loyola-Chicago’s English dept. in the mix with the best (worst?) of them . . .
Have a look at Oak Park’s senator a few years back, engineering a “town hall” meeting that ignored a prominent ground-roots organization that lacked party connection . . ., Instead . . . a gathering of eagles.
I sent this link about the grandson who died at 15, unfortunately leading some to think it was my grandson! It wasn’t. . . .
. . . It was the grandson of Dennis Byrne, an old friend from Daily News days, not mine. I am so sorry to have given that impression.