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 October 2020

In the April 2020 edition of Sanctuary we’ll talk with Cardinal Blase Cupich about how the COVID-19 epidemic is affecting just about every aspect of life in America… including how we worship. We’ll talk about attending Mass online… and how the Church continues to reach out to help those in need. We’ll also bring you stories about using modern technology to teach fire safety to our children… Catholic school students helping others through service projects… and when losing your hair can be a good thing for others.

July 2020: Pop-Up Food Pantry

St. Mary of the Lake Parish on Chicago’s north side is distributing tens of thousands of pounds of food to people in need, mostly members of Chicago’s immigrant and refugee communities, every Sunday during the COVID-19 crisis.

April 2020: Catholic School Students Experience "The Fire Escape"

Catholic School students at St. Sabina experience the virtual experience know as The Fire Escape. Chicago firefighters were on hand to work with the students help then learn what to do incase of a fire.