Founder, Director of Priest Abuse Survivors Group ResignsBlaine did not say why she resigned. She and several other top SNAP officials were sued last month by a former employee.
Longtime Face of Victims' Advocacy Group SNAP Steps DownDavid Clohessy of suburban St. Louis voluntarily resigned Dec. 31 from the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, or SNAP.
St. Louis Archdiocese Settles Wrongful Death LawsuitThe lawsuit was filed by the parents of a Florissant man who committed suicide years after he was allegedly abused by a Catholic priest.
Illinois Trying to Collect 30-Year-Old OverpaymentsMcLeansboro resident Sue Good received a letter from the department about a month ago asking her to repay $242 in an overpayment that occurred from August through November in 1985.
SNAP Ordered to Pay Legal Fees for Catholic Priest in Sexual Abuse CaseOrdered to help pay the legal fees of a Catholic priest who accuses SNAP of conspiring to ruin his reputation.
What Are Double Up Food Bucks?Ferguson Farmers Market is one place SNAP recipients can stretch their benefits and eat healthier
Defying Judge, SNAP Won't BudgeShowdown could determine future of clergy victims movement.
Missouri Cuts Off Food Stamp Benefits for 26,000 AdultsAbout 26,000 Missouri residents have lost government food stamp benefits for failing to comply with work and job training responsibilities.
St. Louis Man Says Being Raped Caused Crippling AnxietyHe tells KMOX he never told anyone earlier because he didn't know how to tell.
Pope Francis to Address U.S. Congress at 9 a.m.CNN correspondent John Allen says Pope Francis is making a point to not serve one political party in particular.
SNAP Dissatisfied with Pope on Abuse CrisisLocal clergy abuse survivors aren’t happy with what they are hearing from Pope Francis so far during his visit to the United States.
Missouri Advocate Alleging Priest Abuse Gets $40,000David Clohessy said Thursday that the diocese wrote him a check after he asked for $200,000 for therapy and medical expenses. Clohessy says he agreed not to take legal action against the diocese.