No indication yet what the St. Louis Archdiocese plans to do about Friday’s deadline to adhere to the court-ordered release of clergy abuse information.
On this last day of 2013, our KMOX Religion Editor Fred Bodimer takes a quick look back at the year in religion.
Fayette High School will continue to hold prayer sessions on school grounds despite a legal complaint that claims the sessions are unconstitutional.
Some members of the congregation were not reconfirmed. Cardinal Raymond Burke will no longer serve in the office.
The 30-second ad has run on local television stations but the sports network said yesterday that it violates the station’s religious advocacy rules.
The 5,732 pound bell atop Christ Church Cathedral in downtown St. Louis tolled 95 times, once for each of the South African leader’s years on Earth.
Supporters of Reverend Joseph Jiang want his name cleared but members of SNAP are calling for more witnesses to come forward.
The scam artist pretended to be from the Archdiocese of St. Louis and asked people if they would like to donate to Typhoon Haiyan relief.
A Lincoln County family that sued St. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson for allegedly failing to report child sexual abuse allegations against a priest he lived with has filed a new lawsuit.
Former teacher finds the Bible among fiction and fairy tale books.