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St. James the Greater Students Protest School Closing PlanSt. James the Greater Parish presents petition to Archbishop Robert Carlson.
Muslim Woman Files Discrimination Lawsuit Against EmployerA Muslim woman from St. Louis County claiming she was discriminated against by a potential employer does not necessarily have an open-and-shut case.
Dogtown Parents Fight to Save Catholic Grade School"I don't think it's fair to say that's it, we're shutting you down, and not give us a fighting chance, not give us a voice."
Potential School Merger Shakes Up Dogtown's Catholic PopulationThe merger still needs approval from the Archdiocesan Board of Catholic Education before going to Archbishop Robert Carlson for final approval.
Groundbreaking for Immigrant Housing at Fox ParkSt. Louis comptroller praises overhaul of a dozen properties in the city.
"Moral Revolution of Values" Stops in St. LouisA Charlotte, North Carolina minister is bringing what he calls a "moral revival" to North St. Louis County.
Jesus and Beer: Religious Groups Combine Faith, Cold BrewsWhile bringing people together to throw one back and talk religion isn't a new idea, groups have been turning to the non-traditional pub setting to attract younger people such as millennials.
Local Man Reflects on Mother Teresa's SainthoodJohn Foppe says the humble nun changed his life.
Schools Receive Request for After-School 'Satan Club'The Satanic Temple contacted nine public school districts across the country this week seeking to start after-school Satan programs.
Defying Judge, SNAP Won't BudgeShowdown could determine future of clergy victims movement.
Atheists Sue Missouri Officials Over Baptist ConventionThe lawsuit argues that using tax money to aid Modest Miles Ministries Inc. in preparing for the National Baptist Convention USA Inc., would advance a religious purpose in violation of American Atheists' right to be free from compelled support of religious institutions.
Police Investigate Ring of Church Arsons, DamagesPolice believe the same suspect or group are responsible for all of the incidents.

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