HOMER GLEN, Ill. (AP) — Fully 115 years after a then-obscure Indian scholar introduced modern Hindu thought to America in a famous speech in Chicago, his disciples have opened what he called the "universal temple." More than 300 people gathered Sunday in the southwestern Chicago suburb of Homer Glen to inaugurate the 32,000-square-foot temple, which was the longtime dream of Swami Vivekananda. The swami brought the Hindu message to Chicago's World Parliament of Religions in 1893. Swami Vivekananda later called for a temple that would teach meditation and the spiritual discipline of yoga to anyone from any faith. Since 1967, the Vivekananda Vedanta Society has been in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood, but growing membership led members to build the new temple.