St. Louis Minister Urges Clergy to 'Call Queer Folks in Your Life'"I love it enough to tell it the truth about itself."
WATCH: Religion of Blues Hockey Lives Through the PipesSt. Louis Blues hockey is a religion to some fans, and organist Jeremy Boyer has always kept his faith.
St. Louis Archbishop in Washington With Pope FrancisArchbishop Carlson says this is his first chance to see and hear from Pope Francis since he was elected pontiff.
St. Louis Archdiocese Creates Peace and Justice CommissionThe commission has nine women and 18 men, it will represent eleven counties of the Archdiocese.
Roman Catholic Foundation Launches Fundraising CampaignThe newly formed Roman Catholic Foundation of Eastern Missouri has announced what they call an historic fundraising campaign.
Former Granite City Priest Ousted Following Abuse AllegationsSpringfield Bishop Thomas Paprocki has removed Father Robert "Bud" DeGrand as pastor of four central Illinois parishes following a credible abuse allegation from 30 years ago.
Archdiocese of St. Louis Cancels Speech of Virgin Mary SeerA Bosnian man who claims he saw a vision of the Virgin Mary will not be allowed to speak at Lindenwood University.
They Live to Ride and Ride to Church"And now I can go to church too and not feel like a misfit."
Christ Church Cathedral to Host 24-Hour Prayer Vigil After Grand Jury RulingChrist Church Cathedral will be a place for the region to come together for prayer, listening and sanctuary for 24 hours following the announcement of the grand jury's decision of the case involving Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson.
Vatican's Seemingly New Openness Toward Gays Welcomed by Local LGBT CatholicsLocal gay and lesbian Catholics say there's a stunning new tone coming from bishops concerning homosexuals during the Vatican Synod of Bishops meeting on the family now underway in Rome.
Plaintiff's Attorney Stands By Abuse Allegations Against Former PriestDefense attorney Ken Chackes says he stands by Jane Doe 92 and her allegations that she was raped by Father Ross.
SCOTUS Hobby Lobby Decision Has Ripple Effect on St. Louis ArchdioceseThe St. Louis Archdiocese has been granted a preliminary injunction so it won't have to provide its employees mandatory birth control coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

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