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Phrase 'In God We Trust' Pops Up on Police VehiclesSupporters have rallied around the phrase, while others question its place in law enforcement, saying it endorses religious beliefs.
Local Muslims Condemn Paris AttacksCAIR-St. Louis says they pray for recovery and peace in France
'Destination America' to Air Live Exorcism in St. LouisHermann says the media-driven exorcism trivializes the ancient rite and what he calls the very real danger of evil.
Archbishop Carlson Says Local Immigrants Deserve HelpSt. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson expresses his solidarity with the area's immigrant and refugee community.
Pope Remains Popular Among Catholics, Non-CatholicsPope Francis is back at the Vatican after his East Coast tour, but how is his popularity numbers holding up? He remains quite popular among Catholics and non-Catholics.
Marianists Settle With Chaminade Sex Abuse VictimThe accused, Fr. Louis Meinhardt, died in 1990
Former Florissant Pastor Charged in Theft of Church FundsThe former pastor of Lindsay Lane Missionary Baptist Church allegedly began having an affair and needed the church's savings to pay the woman to remain silent.
Critics Slam Justin Rigali's Role In Pope's VisitCardinal Rigali is a former Archbishop of St. Louis
St. Margaret of Scotland School Dedicates New BuildingIt's the first new, free-standing elementary Catholic school building in St. Louis in more than 50 years.
Pope Francis Visits New York, Escorted by Cardinal DolanSt. Louis native Cardinal Timothy Dolan was there to greet him
Pope Francis to Address U.S. Congress at 9 a.m.CNN correspondent John Allen says Pope Francis is making a point to not serve one political party in particular.
SNAP Dissatisfied with Pope on Abuse CrisisLocal clergy abuse survivors aren’t happy with what they are hearing from Pope Francis so far during his visit to the United States.
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