Suburban Catholics see 'something new' in Blase Cupich

Suburban Catholics ready for the installation of Blase Cupich

  • Chicago Archbishop-designate Blase Cupich answers a question at a news conference after arriving at O'Hare International Airport Thursday.

    Chicago Archbishop-designate Blase Cupich answers a question at a news conference after arriving at O'Hare International Airport Thursday. Associated Press

  • Chicago Archbishop-designate Blase Cupich speaks at a news conference Thursday after arriving at O'Hare International Airport Thursday.

    Chicago Archbishop-designate Blase Cupich speaks at a news conference Thursday after arriving at O'Hare International Airport Thursday. Associated Press

  • A visitor prays at Holy Name Cathedral, where Bishop Blase Cupich will be installed as the successor to Cardinal Francis George in ceremonies beginning Monday.

    A visitor prays at Holy Name Cathedral, where Bishop Blase Cupich will be installed as the successor to Cardinal Francis George in ceremonies beginning Monday. Associated Press

  • Chicago Archbishop-designate Blase Cupich talks to reporters Thursday after arriving at O'Hare International Airport to be installed as the successor to Cardinal Francis George.

    Chicago Archbishop-designate Blase Cupich talks to reporters Thursday after arriving at O'Hare International Airport to be installed as the successor to Cardinal Francis George. Associated Press

  • Cardinal Francis George conducted Mass at St. Zachary Parish in Des Plaines to mark its 50th anniversary in 2012.

    Cardinal Francis George conducted Mass at St. Zachary Parish in Des Plaines to mark its 50th anniversary in 2012. Gilbert R. Boucher II/gboucher@dailyherald, 2012

 
 
Updated 11/17/2014 9:09 PM

Suburban Catholics feel a mix of hope and nervous anticipation as they look ahead to this week's historic event -- the installation of new Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich. "Something new is coming, and whenever there's something new, you say, 'OK, I got comfortable with what was. What's it going to be like now?'" said Beth Lawrence, of Arlington Heights

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