Since opening the convent across from the Planned Parenthood facility, religious sisters and staff have noticed a considerable decrease in the number of surgical abortions performed.
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“Within a few hours of it going up, we walked by and someone had torn down the signs we had up alongside it,” Isabelle Hotard, President of Students for Life at St. Louis University said.
How one St. Louis church survived epidemic and decay to attest to saintly intercession.
The incident took place June 27 near the Apotheosis of St. Louis statue, which sits in the city’s Forest Park in front of the Saint Louis Art Museum.
Fr. Schumacher, whose priestly ordination was in May 2019, addressed a shouting mob, attempting to inform them about St. Louis’ life, saying, “St. Louis was a man who willed to use his kingship to do good for his people.”
The retirement home has continued to take multiple precautions so as not to spread the virus among the elderly.
Archbishop Robert Carlson calls for peace after a judge acquitted a former St. Louis police officer in the shooting of a black man in 2011.
U.S. District Judge Carol Jackson said that the Survivors’ Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) failed to comply with a court order that the group supply details about those who accused Father Xiu Hui 'Joseph' Jiang of sexual abuse.
On Tuesday, the Vatican announced that Bishop Edward Rice of St. Louis has been tapped by Pope Francis to take charge of a Missouri diocese.