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Atheists Put Up Highway Billboard Calling Church 'Fake News'A national Atheist group has put up a controversial new billboard just in time for the holidays.
Hanukkah Starts Early in LadueThe 24th annual Hanukkah celebration at Schnucks in Ladue Crossing is this Wednesday night at 6.
Sister Antona Ebo, Civil Rights Activist DiesSt. Louis nun marched in Selma after 1965's Bloody Sunday & was featured in 2007 PBS documentary
COGIC Watching for Police Reforms in St. LouisBishop Charles Blake, Sr. delivers letter to Mayor Krewson, says his annual convention's future here depends on progress.
Joel Osteen Comes to St. Louis ConventionThe Church of God in Christ is back in the city of St. Louis with its 110th Holy Convocation.
Poll Looks at Differences Among Catholic, Protestant BeliefsA new poll takes a look at the issues that split Catholics and Protestants 500 years ago on this Reformation Day.
Church Makes No Decision On Homeless EncampmentSome tents were pitched outside the Stranger's Home church fence on Sunday, but not inside it.
Catholic Relics on Display in South CountyCatholics in the St. Louis area get the chance to venerate the relics of Saint Padre Pio today at a south county parish.
Some Advocates Not Satisfied with Pope's ActionsPope Francis says he's not giving any second chances to priests who abuse children and will not sign any pardons for clergy found guilty of abuse.
Rabbi Creates Shortened Rosh Hashana Service Members of the local Jewish community now have another option to choose from before attending Rosh Hashana services tomorrow
St. Louis Islamic, Catholic, Other Religious Leaders Plan Interfaith Prayer ServiceThe Archdiocese of St. Louis announced the service will call for peace and solidarity in the city.
Growing Number of Religious Missourians 'Unaffiliated'The number of people claiming to be unaffiliated with any religious group is growing, in both Missouri and Illinois.

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