Chicago church bells ring in support of Notre Dame Cathedral

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CHICAGO —The Chicago Archdiocese showed its support for the Paris Archdiocese and Notre Dame Cathedral on Wednesday morning.

Cardinal Blase Cupich asked the city's churches to ring its bells at 11:50 a.m.

That's the time when the flames erupted at the historic cathedral on Monday.

Holy Name Cathedral, at 735 N. State, was among the many places of worship that participated.

The bell ringing went on for a full minute, and even brought a pause in construction across from Holy Name.

The moment added even more emotion to this Holy Week for Catholics in Chicago, a flock of more than two million people.

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