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Fostering hope, prayer and community in Ferguson

"Day of Hope" focuses on positives in the community in weeks leading up to 1-year anniversary of Michael Brown's death.

St. Louisans show outrage over Planned Parenthood videos at #WomenBetrayed rally

More than 300 attended the local #WomenBetrayed rally, one of more than 60 nationwide protesting Planned Parenthood and calling for federal and state governments to defund the organization.

Restored prairie at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary offers a glimpse at the past

About half of the grounds at Kenrick-Glennon Seminary have been restored with native prairie grasses and wild flowers that once populated the region.

Community garden at Assumption Parish in O'Fallon sows seeds of inclusion

For members of Assumption Parish in O'Fallon, Ellie’s Garden is a dream come true — a place to come together in faith to serve a community in need and above all, people of all abilities.

Service organizations bridge 'young adult gap'

Service organizations such as Society of St. Vincent de Paul are bridging the young adult gap by finding ways for young adults to be active in faith-formation and service.

With help from St. Louis, Bolivians tout joy of the Gospel

Archdiocesan priests on mission in Bolivia say the papal visit highlights the needs of the people. The Latin America Apostolate's collection to aid these priests on mission will be August 1-2.