Members of three religious denominations say they are setting aside their differences to work together in Springfield and across the state.
there’s a sharp increase in the number of people who consider the Bible merely the teachings of men rather than the Word of God.
Catholics criticized Archbishop Wilton Gregory for building and moving into the massive residence, made possible by a large grant from a wealthy donor.
Catholics are feeling more connected to the church, and they’d rather meet Pope Francis than President Obama.
A storm of Biblical proportions is breaking out over the new movie.
Fat Tuesday parade may have disappointed some but these events are all leading to Ash Wednesday.
On this last day of 2013, our KMOX Religion Editor Fred Bodimer takes a quick look back at the year in religion.
Despite the fast-approaching Christmas holiday and a glut of media coverage dedicated to the “War on Christmas,” less than half of Americans report attending church in the days leading up to December 25.
An Arizona group has filed a federal lawsuit accusing a suburban Kansas City middle school of violating a student’s First Amendment rights by prohibiting the student from handing out fliers promoting a prayer event.
Supporters of Reverend Joseph Jiang want his name cleared but members of SNAP are calling for more witnesses to come forward.