The sweeping changes to the archdiocese announced Saturday are a lot to take in. See how your parish will be affected.
Many of the parish closures are in north St. Louis city and county, reflecting the geographic shift of Catholics westward.
According to MLS playoff projection data at FiveThirtyEight, City SC now has an 84 percent chance of making the postseason in its first season
Thirty-five parishes will be closed; 15 will be merged to form five new parishes.
Donovan creates a run without a hit in the 10th inning, adds to his home run earlier for a 2-1 win against Cleveland that had all the trappings of his style.
Eduard Lowen scored one goal and set up another, but Miguel Perez's first goal in MLS play was the one that excited the crowd the most.
For decades, tuition rises while state funding drops. The result? Missouri ranks 47th in the nation in per capita funding for higher education.
Willson Contreras starts on the bench as the Cardinals look to win the series and secure a winning record in May.
Brendan Donovan steals third, scores on a passed ball in the Cardinals' 2-1 victory Saturday night at Progressive Field. Donovan also homered.
Scoring twice from distance, St. Louis City SC hit another milestone on Saturday, May 27, for an MLS expansion team, beating the Vancouver Whitecaps 3-1 before another sellout at CityPark and getting to 25 points quicker than any previous first-year team.
“I can't be here, knowing that my life would be in danger,” Laily recalled thinking. “There were only two choices — either die or escape.”
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Restaurant owner Tom Schmidt on the recipe for restaurant success in St. Louis. .
Marc Schreiber of the Sports Commission explains how we can use sports as a model to spring us ahead.
Executive director Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge says a regional effort made a direct flight to Germany a success right out of the gate.
Book traces how "Father Ed" (not an alcoholic) helped to surge AA membership through the St. Louis chapter, which he had helped to organize in 1940.
New mysteries and thrillers crisscross readers from urban Oslo to rural China and from remote upper Michigan to bustling Harlem, circa 1924.
For many St. Louisans, Memorial Day weekend means fun in the sun and posting up at a nearby pool, lake or river. You might plan a float or hike on one of the busiest camping weekends of the year. But if staying in the city is in the cards, there's plenty to do here too. From a Saturday marke…
Too many young American men are underemployed, underperforming at school, and generally underachieving at life, Sen. Josh Hawley writes.
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‘We’re not into symmetry and manicure. We like whimsy and color,” says Leigh Anne Smith of the English-inspired garden at the 1888-built home in Lafayette Square she shares with her husband, Houston. The Smiths’ garden is one of 11 that will be featured on the annual Lafayette Square Garden …
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The Catholic Church has long seemed to assume a holier-than-thou moral authority that has never quite lived up to the hype. For all the church’s lecturing about following the straight and narrow path, putting faith above earthly temptations and adhering to the truth even when it hurts, its l…
Amanda Gorman’s poem, “The Hill We Climb,” begins: When day comes, we ask ourselves, where can we find light in this never-ending shade? / The loss we carry. A sea we must wade. She made history in January 2021 as the youngest poet ever to read at a presidential inauguration. Her long-form p…
Halfway through Sen. Josh Hawley’s new book, “Manhood — The Masculine Virtues America Needs,” he describes those virtues by way of an old family story about a teenage boy who helped capture an “outlaw” who was threatening his home. It is, Hawley writes, “the story of a young man becoming som…
A good selection of knickknacks are sure to draw non-shoppers into stores, clearing a path for them to admire and purchase the stores' other wares.
A legislative fix is on the way, city officials say.
Spectrum will invest $1.1 million in 2023 to support digital literacy in underserved communities in Spectrum’s 41-state service area, including Missouri.
The SLSO elected two trustees to the board and appointed three to its Advisory Council.
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A Brazilian nonprofit has created a new model for land ownership that welcomes both local people and scientists to collaborate in preserving the Amazon, the world’s largest tropical forest. The goal is to create something replicable for other parts of the Amazon and slow the deforestation rates that have destroyed 10% of the entire forest in the last 40 years.
Egyptian antiquities authorities have unveiled ancient workshops and tombs they say were discovered at a Pharaonic necropolis just outside the capital Cairo. The spaces were found in the sprawling necropolis of Saqqara, which is a part of Egypt’s ancient capital of Memphis, a UNESCO World He…
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