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Man Sues Archdiocese of St. Louis Alleging Abuse by PriestA Kansas City, Missouri, man has filed a suit against the Archdiocese of St. Louis, saying he was the victim of repeated sexual abuse by a now deceased priest.
Southern Baptist Convention Discourages Display of Confederate FlagThe Southern Baptist Convention is urging its congregants, and all Christians, to stop displaying the Confederate flag.
Study: Weekly Mass Keeping Religious Women AliveA Harvard University study says regular churchgoers have more social support, lower smoking rates and lower rates of depression.
Little Sisters of the Poor Win Court FightSupreme Court refuses to order nuns to comply with Obamacare on abortion.
Australian Spreads Awareness Of Human TraffickingFuzz Kitto says it's a $158 billion global industry that targets primarily poor young females
Contested Missouri Religious-Objections Measure Voted DownThe measure failed to advance Wednesday on a 6-6 vote in a House committee. It had previously passed the Senate.
Remembering Lives Taken In 2015Dozens gather at north St. Louis church for homicide victims vigil
New York "Popemobile" Is For SalePope Francis rode in the Fiat during last summer's visit to United States
How Mother Teresa Reached Out to One St. Louis Family"And the next thing you know, a voice comes on the phone and says, 'This is Mother Teresa, how can I help you?'"
Girl Scouts Raise Record Funds Despite Archdiocese CriticismThe Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri appear to not be hurt by suggestions from the Archdiocese of St. Louis that local troops shouldn't be part of its parishes.
VIDEO: Historic North St. Louis Church Comes Tumbling DownAlderwoman pledges to consider historic preservation process in future.
PHOTOS: Demolition Begins for Irish Catholic ChurchA church where Civil War soldiers prayed before going off to war...

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