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Veterans Day: Thanking Our American Heroes

November 13, 2018

In 2018, Veterans Day falls on Sunday, November 11, but many will observe the day on Monday, November 12. Americans celebrate Veterans Day every...Read more

Missouri Legislature Virtually Unchanged After Midterm/U.S. House Turns Blue, Senate Stays Red

November 13, 2018

The Missouri General Assembly will be very much the same as it was in 2018 after the recent midterm election. Republicans will continue to...Read more

Election Results: Prop B & Amendment 3

November 13, 2018

Ahead of this week's midterm elections, the Missouri Bishops issued two statements, onein support of the intent of Proposition B and one in opposition...Read more

Supreme Court Hears Russell Bucklew's Case

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The Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week in the case of Russell Bucklew, who was scheduled to die by lethal injection earlier this...Read more

How Pope Clement VIII "Baptized" Coffee and Brought it to the West

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As the flurries begin to fall in Missouri, many of us will turn to a cup of coffee to warm us up at the...Read more

Washington Supreme Court Declares State Death Penalty Unconstitutional

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A unanimous Washington Supreme Court has struck down the state’s capital punishment statutes as violating the state constitutional prohibition against “cruel punishment”. Finding that...Read more

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