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[Cambrex]Cambrex said today it has agreed to be acquired by an affiliate of the global investment firm Permira for approximately .4 billion, in a deal the company said will position it for further growth in the consolidating contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) sector.

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“Without churches and schools, neighborhoods are going to disappear, and people are going to have to move out because there aren’t enough good schools.” Griselda Silva with her son, Sebastion Ayala, of Santa Lucia parish, outside St. But they say there’s a shortage of priests, that’s why they have to do this. I’m sad, but I’ll still keep my faith, whatever church I have to go to.” Eluisa Lynn, of Berwyn, a parishioner at St. The eight parishes involved in Wednesday’s decisions were All-Saints St.

Barbara’s church after officials announce plans to close or consolidate parishes in Bridgeport, Canaryville and Chinatown, Wednesday, Nov. | James Foster/For the Sun-Times Griselda Silva, a parishioner at Santa Lucia, came with her 12-year-old son, Sebastian Ayala, who’d attended Santa Lucia until recently, when she transferred him to Bridgeport Academy because of rumors of Santa Lucia’s closure.

However, the deal includes a 45-day “go-shop” period during which Cambrex may actively solicit acquisition proposals from third parties, and enter into or recommend a transaction with a prospective buyer making a superior proposal—a period that could in some circumstances be extended 15 days.

Cambrex said it “does not intend to” disclose developments during that process unless and until the company’s board decides on any superior proposal it may receive.

The meeting started out docile but ended with shouting and yelling by angry parishioners. We know this is not easy.” This is the 14th grouping of the city’s 97 church groupings to undergo this process. I have my daughter planning a wedding, and I don’t know whether she’ll have a church to go to. I moved from the neighborhood 26 years ago when I got married, and I still kept driving in from Berwyn to go to my church. I’m just so angry.” Earlier this week, the archdiocese described what was coming as “difficult decisions … A day before, the archdiocese had announced consolidation of two other churches in another South Side grouping. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church and Immaculate Conception Catholic Church will merge into a new parish, effective July 2019, with both churches initially remaining open as worship sites of the single parish. Michael’s school in June, said Immaculate Conception School will remain open to serve the new parish.

Decisions on those four churches were put off to Jan. The decision on the schools: • St Barbara school will close and become a second campus for St. • Santa Lucia School will close, with its families absorbed by St Jerome. Gabriel School will consolidate into one school with two campuses, which will serve the new parish created by Nativity and St. • 10 names added to list of clergy with ‘substantiated’ sex misconduct allegations, links to full lists Cardinal Blase Cupich did not show up at the meeting, which angered many. “I’m glad the school will stay open, but I’m more concerned about what’s going to happen to my parish. “I have a 94-year-old dad,” Lynn said, “and right now I have to figure out when he passes, what church am I going to hold his funeral at? A sixth school, Bridgeport Catholic Academy, serves several parishes.

“We’re really sad to hear they’re going to close our church and school,” she said, describing the news as a punch in the gut.

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