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.
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Low-level Radioactive Contamination Found Along CreekThe Army Corps of Engineers says it has found low-level radiological contamination at three sites along Coldwater Creek in St. Louis County.
Archbishop Carlson Issues Statement on FergusonSt. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson issued a statement concerning the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson.
Archdiocese 'Disappointed' in Same-Sex Marriage LicensesLeaders of the Catholic Church are not happy with the groundbreaking ceremony, in which four same-sex couples got married at City Hall.
Archbishop's Attorney Says Release of Audio Clips from Deposition was SelectiveArchbishop Robert Carlson's attorney says it's a ploy by the plaintiff's attorney to sway public opinion against the Church.
UPDATE: Carlson's Deposition Stirs Strong ReactionsThe Archdiocese says that Archbishop Carlson's responses were taken out of context, and the media misreported the incident.
St. Louis Archbishop 'Not Sure' Whether He Knew Child Sex Abuse Was a CrimeArchbishop Robert Carlson says he never went to authorities after that priest admitted in 1984 that he engaged in criminal sexual contact with a minor.
Priest Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Abuse ChargesRev Joseph Jiang is accused of sexually abusing a 14-year-old boy at St. Louis the King School, the elementary school at the St. Louis Cathedral Basilica.
St. Louis Priest in Court on Abuse AllegationsThe Rev. Joseph Jiang faces two counts of statutory sodomy.
St. Louis Priest Accused of Abuse Released on BondJoseph Jiang, 31, accused of sexually abusing a grade school student, has been released on bail.
Missouri Supreme Court: Archdiocese Must Release Names The Missouri Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that the Archdiocese of St. Louis must release the names of more than 100 church employees accused of sexual abuse over the past 20 years.