Plans for a new Catholic high school for up to 1,600 students in the southwest suburbs have been put on hold because of uncertain economic conditions.

Plans for a new Catholic high school for up to 1,600 students in the southwest suburbs have been put on hold because of uncertain economic conditions. In a written statement, Bishop John Gorman and Catholic schools Supt. Nicholas Wolsonovich said that while there is a strong commitment to the project, the timing is not right.