Sunday, 11/07/2021 at 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Missouri Catholic Conference reiterates that Medicaid expansion won’t change Hyde Amendment
Novena will start Oct. 26, and will conclude Nov. 4 with a prayer for the leaders elected the previous day
Now that ballots have been cast, we can hop aboard the civility train and help heal a divided country
Sinsinawa Dominican Sister Reg McKillip was one of a group of faith leaders who offered spiritual care to voters at the polls
God’s presence, love help us realize the priorities in our lives
Supporters of Pres. Trump broke into the building, forcing a temporary halt to Congress’ count of electoral votes
Inauguration also marked the beginning of states 200th anniversary celebration
In speech, president stressed that the “American story depends not on some, but all”
Biden signs executive orders, undoing some policies, expanding others
Abp. Naumann, Bp. Malloy urged the president "to use his office for good, prioritizing the most vulnerable, including unborn children"
Missouri legislative session ends May 14; discussion over Hyde Amendment language continues on federal level
Archbishop said the infrastructure bill makes ‘historic investments’ in some areas, but needs attention in others
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