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Debate Sparked Over Mosque Construction in Historic NeighborhoodArchitect Rocco Danna says the mosque planned for the corner of Jefferson and Allen needs to conform with the historic code of the neighborhood.
Valentine's Day History Shrouded in MysteryOn this Valentine's Day, ever wonder about the man who inspired it all?
St. James the Greater Wins: School Will Remain OpenThe Archdiocese confirms St. James will stay open at least through the next school year after an anonymous donor made a large contribution.
Man Hides Cameras in Alton Church, Charged With Child PornDavid Von Bergen, 59, accused of recording adults and children changing clothes in Bethalto church.
PHOTOS: 18 Years Ago Today, Pope John Paul II Visits St. LouisStops on the tour included the Kiel Center, Cathedral Basilica and a Mass at the Trans World Dome, even President Bill Clinton attended.
KMOX's Fred Bodimer Awarded Archbishop's Excellence in Communication AwardBodimer is the Health and Religion editor for KMOX and executive producer for The Mark Reardon Show, Total Information PM, Total Information AM Saturday, and all election night coverage.
Archdiocese Warns City: If Bill Enacted, 'We Will March Into Fed. Court'The Archdiocese threatens to sue the city of St. Louis if it passes a bill that would restrict business practices that oppose abortion.
The Crossing Adds a Fourth Church in St. Louis AreaThe new church at Green Park and Union Roads is expected to look very similar to the Mid Rivers location, and will have a 600-seat auditorium.
Missouri Lawmaker Says He Won't Revive Religious Objections``It's an issue that's not likely to go away, but I don't think it's going to be a major focus of the session,'' Onder said.
Stranded Motorists Find Comfort at Metro-East ChurchNew Life In Christ Interdenominational Church was refuge from slick roads.
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.

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