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 Makes Marriage Annulments EasierThe proposed changes will supposedly made the process faster, easier and less costly.
Pope Francis Allows Priests to Forgive AbortionsThe St. Louis Archdiocese says the Pope’s new move to allow all priests the right to grant forgiveness to women who have had an abortion, is not new.
Priest Sues Accuser After Sex Abuse Charges DroppedA St. Louis priest who was accused of sexually abusing a boy in a Catholic school bathroom before the charges were dropped earlier this month is suing the alleged victim's parents, police and a victim's rights group.
Judge Rules in Favor of Muslim Taxi Driver's Religious ClothingA Muslim cab driver in St. Louis has won his case against the Taxicab Commission.
Numbers Rise With Those Who Don't Identify With ReligionNationally, the number of unaffiliated people who describe themselves as atheist, agnostic or nothing in particular, has jumped more than six percentage points since 2007 to nearly 23 percent.
New Catholic School Building in St. LouisSt. Margaret of Scotland breaks ground on middle school facility
Area Churches Cancel Sunday ServicesWe have a listing of those that notified the KMOX newsroom
Pastor Settles Sexual Harassment Suit With St. Louis ChurchLawyers for a female minister who sued her St. Louis church for sexual harassment say the woman has settled part of the case.
Parents Claim Teacher Wouldn't Allow Son To Read Bible In ClassThe parents of 12-year-old Loyal Grandstaff claim their seventh-grader's fundamental rights were violated when a teacher told him to stop reading the Bible in class.
U.S. Unveils Federal Law Enforcement Profiling BanThe Obama administration issued guidelines Monday that ban federal law enforcement from profiling on the basis of religion, national origin and other characteristics.
U.S. Supreme Exempts Businesses From Contraception MandateA divided Supreme Court ruled Monday that some companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Obama's health care overhaul, the first time the high court has declared that businesses can hold religious views under federal law.

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