Catholic Church Sues City of St. LouisArchbishop fears Catholic schools might be told to hire teachers favoring abortion rights.
Low Enrollment Closes Two More Catholic SchoolsTwo more catholic schools will be closing due to declining enrollment.
Religious Groups Divided Over Trump's Executive OrderBoth praise and criticism following the President's new executive order that could allow religious groups to become more politically active.
Catholic Hockey Night Brings Out 'The Holy Goalie'While most of the area's hockey attention was focused on Scottrade Center last night, one hundred miles to the east, Catholics filled the Nelson Center in Springfield, Illinois, for a special charity fundraiser.
St. Louis Named Best Place to Celebrate EasterOf all the cities in the United States, a new survey names St. Louis as the best to celebrate Easter.
Gorsuch to Hear Mo. Church and State CaseThe case involves Trinity Lutheran Church in Columbia, Missouri, which applied for a grant to help non profit groups fund resurfacing of their playgrounds with rubber from recycled trees.
STL Church Wins 'Most Beautiful Catholic Church in America'The website Art and Liturgy staged its own Church Madness contest - whittling the field from 64 churches to just two.
SLU Holds Bicentennial Mass at the Arch GroundsSt. Louis University gets to have one of the first major events on the renovated Arch grounds.
Jury Rules in Favor of St. Louis ReverendA Lincoln County jury ruled in favor of the Reverend Joseph Jiang in a lawsuit over alleged molestation of a teenage girl.
St. Louis Church Makes Top 2 in 'Church Madness'Basketball fans had March Madness but American Catholics have Church Madness. Local Catholics have a hometown favorite making it into the final round.
Local Nun Partners With African 'Cow Project'A St. Louis nun is changing lives in Africa through cows.
Belleville Bishop Goes to RomeBelleville Bishop Edward Braxton heads to Rome this weekend to help lead a Vatican meeting on Justice and Peace issues.