He went to Mother McCauley High School where he held a workshop on evangelization.
The cardinal is scheduled to leave for Rome on Tuesday and will meet with other cardinals there two days later.
They're congregating in Rome as Pope Benedict prepares to step down and as the leaders of the church gather to select his replacement.
ABC 7's Alan Krashesky will be in Rome for Pope Benedict's last days and the selection of the new pope.
His live reports begin on Tuesday on ABC7 News.