NOW I understand how you are so wrong."The prior Bishop’s Residence was at LaSalle Street and North Avenue."
Here is what the article says (classic "birther" approach is to omit the important information):
"Seven spiritual shepherds of Chicagoland’s Catholics have called the historic Archbishop’s Residence at 1555 North State Parkway 'home.' The Archbishop’s Residence has also provided shelter for Pope John Paul II and other men destined for the Chair of Peter.
"Designated by the National Register of Historic Places as a structure of significance, the residence WAS BUILT IN 1885 at the direction of Most Rev. Patrick A. Feehan, the FIRST ARCHBISHOP OF CHICAGO.
"The prior Bishop’s Residence was at LaSalle Street and North Avenue."
YES -- before EIGHTEEN eighty-five. In case you are counting that is ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SEVEN years ago. Don't think you saw Cardinal Bernadin in some garden at La Salle and North in 1885.