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Aquinas Institute lecture series to begin next month

The Aquinas Institute of Theology is offering its fourth luncheon lecture series,

Court rejects challenge to Planned Parenthood’s family planning funds

The Missouri Supreme Court ruled earlier this week that Planned Parenthood does not have to repay $668,850 worth of family planning funds it received several years ago.

Anti-cloning group educates voters at Aug. primary elections

Missouri voters who went to the polls earlier this week for the August primary election got a better glimpse of things to come in November.

Meeting dates scheduled for parents of incoming sixth-graders, freshmen

The Catholic Secondary School Coalition and the Elementary Coalition of Catholic Schools are joint efforts of most of the schools in the Archdiocese of St. Louis to provide support and information to parents.

Missouri Knights on track to raise $100,000 for anti-cloning efforts

The Missouri councils of the Knights of Columbus are almost at their halfway goal of raising $100,000 in an effort to educate state voters about a ballot initiative on human cloning and embryonic stem-cell research.

Review, printer set up phone line on late deliveries

If your copy of the Review arrives later than Friday, you can report it through a number at our printer, Gannett Offset-St. Louis.

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