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Local Islamic Center Holds 'Make America Great Again' Open HouseThe Missouri chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations will hold a Make America Great Again open house for Trump supporters.
Police Respond After Threat to Area Jewish Community CenterAnother bomb threat at a Jewish Community Center in our area.
New Auxiliary Bishop Plans to Focus on CommunityNewly appointed Auxiliary Bishop for the St. Louis Archdiocese says he wants to be out among the people in his new role.
Vicar General of St. Louis Archdiocese to Become Auxiliary BishopThe current Vicar General of the St. Louis Archdiocese, The Reverend Monsignor Mark Rivituso, has been tapped by the Pope to become the new Auxiliary Bishop.
UPDATE: Court Hearings Delayed for Man Accused of Jewish ThreatsTwo court hearings have been rescheduled for a St. Louis man accused of making threats against Jewish institutions nationwide.
Clydesdales Surprise "No Beer For Lent" WomanTexas resident entered Budweiser contest before making her pre-Easter pledge
Exception for Corned Beef on St. Patrick's Day for 2 Local ChurchesBoth organizations have requested and been granted dispensation by Archbishop Robert Carlson, who is urging those who attend the events to refrain from eating meat on another day that week.
Feds Accuse St. Louis Man of Threatening Jewish Community CentersPreet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, says Thompson appears to have made at least eight JCC threats "as part of his campaign of harassment" against a woman who he'd had a romantic relationship with.
Local Religious Leaders Add Glitter to Ash Wednesday Ashes - Here's WhyA group of religious leaders in Tower Grove put a twist on today's Ash Wednesday to show solidarity with the LGBTQ community.
St. Monica's Church Reopens After December Fire Saint Monica's Church in Creve Coeur has once again opened its doors for Mass.
Vandalized Church Resumes Mass ScheduleThing are back to near-normal at St. Monica's in Creve Coeur after late December arson fire
Wed. Was Big Day for Illinois Man - Bigger Than He Could Have AnticipatedHundreds of volunteers helping to clean up a vandalized University City cemetery Wednesday were amazed when Vice President Mike Pence made an unscheduled visit. But only one of them was ready to present Pence with a yarmulke that had his name on it.

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