Television

Sanctuary

Produced for ABC’s Live Well Network.

Sanctuary is the Archdiocese of Chicago's TV news magazine program that airs quarterly on ABC Chicago. The program is hosted by Fr. Gregory Sakowicz, rector of Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago. Sanctuary is produced by the Archdiocesan Office of Radio and Television and is taped on location throughout the Chicago area.

Sanctuary airs on the Live Well Network which can be seen over-the-air on ABC 7.2, as well as on Comcast Channel 217, RCN Channel 618, WOW Channel 219, Mediacom Channel 723 and Charter Channel 608.

Sanctuary Winter 2020

In the January 2020 edition of Sanctuary, we take you to Holy Fire, where thousands of young Catholics gather for a day of music, inspiration and worship. Then we travel north as thousands of pilgrims make their annual journey to the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe. And we celebrate the Christmas Season with the City Lights Orchestra, in its first-ever concert at Holy Name Cathedral.

Fall 2019: St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta Parish Celebrates Unity

Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta parishioners celebrate Mother Teresa’s feast day. St. Barbara and St. Therese Chinese Parishes combined to form the new parish of Saint Mother Teresa of Calcutta Parish as part of the Renew My Church initiative.

Summer 2019: Reclaiming Southwest Chicago Campaign

Cardinal Blase Cupich joined Southwest Chicago religious and community leaders for an interfaith celebration of their efforts to reclaim their community from the foreclosure crisis and neighborhood violence. The Reclaiming Southwest Chicago Campaign is a collaborative effort of the Southwest Organizing Project, Brinshore Development and United Power for Action and Justice.