Vatican Issues New Rules for Catholics on CremationOne rule is the ashes cannot be kept at home, divided or scattered.
Archbishop Carlson Says Local Immigrants Deserve HelpSt. Louis Archbishop Robert Carlson expresses his solidarity with the area's immigrant and refugee community.
Pope Remains Popular Among Catholics, Non-CatholicsPope Francis is back at the Vatican after his East Coast tour, but how is his popularity numbers holding up? He remains quite popular among Catholics and non-Catholics.
Pope Francis Calls All Faiths to Act on Climate ChangeThe soon to be released papal letter supports the belief that humans have contributed to global warming and calls on people of all faiths to act on climate change.
Study Finds Reasons Catholics Have Left the ChurchThree-fourths of the nearly 600 inactive Catholics polled in the Springfield Diocese say they left or drifted away from the church because of differences over doctrinal issues.
Former Belleville Bishop Apologizing for MansionCatholics criticized Archbishop Wilton Gregory for building and moving into the massive residence, made possible by a large grant from a wealthy donor.
Catholic Supply Store Sees Papal Sales BoostLara Traina at Catholic Supply in south St. Louis said they are taking tons of pre-orders for items that are on their way.
Blunt Wants Opt Out Policy on Birth Control Coverage Blunt said. "It's about a faith principle that the First Amendment guarantees."
Ill. Catholics Worry Over Obama Birth Control PlanCatholics still have questions over compromise
KC Diocese Spends over a Million on Sex Abuse CasesKansas City-St. Joseph Diocese spent more than $1 million over a four-month stretch last year in connection with priest sexual abuse cases.
Diocese Launches TV Ads to Lure Lapsed Catholics Back to MassViewers within the 11 counties of the Archdiocese will start to see commercials on every major network starting next week.