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Archdiocese of St. Louis

As Catholics in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, in communion with the Bishop of Rome, we are called by our Lord Jesus Christ to be His Church and live His Gospel. With joy, we strive to fulfill our Baptismal calling by prayer and worship, teaching and sharing our faith, serving others, and fostering unity in diversity. Guided by the Holy Spirit, we commit ourselves to the responsible stewardship of all God's gifts.


Archdiocese of St. Louis - Archives

The Archives is the official repository for the records of the Archdiocese of St. Louis and serves as the memory of the established Catholic Church in this area. The Archives is centrally located at the Pastoral Center where materials are properly cared for in a climate-controlled environment.

The Archives provides a professional archive facility that identifies, collects, preserves, and makes available all historically and canonically significant records, documents, artifacts and works of enduring value which pertain to the operation and history of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, its parishes, agencies, institutions and people. The Archives extends these materials to researchers to the extent canon law, civil law, conservation considerations and resources permit.


Archdiocese of St. Louis - Parishes

If you would like to find baptismal records, please contact your local parish or the parish of the person you are researching. The Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese of St. Louis does not maintain baptismal records, nor does the Archdiocese itself.


St. Louis Review

The weekly newspaper of the Archdiocese of St. Louis.

Missouri Genealogy Research

Missouri Genealogy Research & Missouri Genealogy Databases

Genealogy in St. Louis

A HUGE list of links and resources for burial archives, POWs, books, Civil War records, photos, and more...
Lots and lots of interesting information about St. Louis, MO.

The Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony

A study guide prepared by Duana A. Cline for use by teachers, students, and anyone interested in learning more about the Pilgrims and their Pokanoket friends and the Wampanoag Nation.

Missouri Society of Mayflower Descendants

The Missouri State Society was the twenty-second state to become a member of the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.

To aid in the preservation of the records and historic sites of our country; to foster interest in research and study of the Pilgrims and the colonial period; to aid in the education of the youth of our country through events, prizes, scholarships, etc.; to commemorate the deeds and accomplishments of the Pilgrims; to maintain the high principles and ideals of freedom which led to the independence, foundation, and establishment of our country; and to support the maintenance in our public libraries of genealogical research and educational material relating to the Pilgrims and the colonial period.

The Civil War and St. Louis

History and links to more information about The Civil War and St. Louis, Missouri. is a publisher of cemetery records and materials relating to cemeteries. Visitors use our resources to help them locate burials of their family and friends, trace their family history, and learn something about cemeteries in general.

Research Buzz

ResearchBuzz is designed to cover the world of Internet research. To that end this site provides almost daily updates on search engines, new data managing software, browser technology, large compendiums of information, Web directories -- whatever. If in doubt, the final question is, "Would a reference librarian find it useful?" If the answer's yes, in it goes!

Family Tree Magazine

Family Tree Magazine is the new magazine about America's fastest-growing hobby, genealogy or, as Time magazine recently called it, "roots mania." Family Tree Magazine is the first magazine for the beginner as well as more experienced family historians. It's also the only magazine to cover all the areas of potential interest to family-history enthusiasts, reaching beyond genealogy research to also encompass ethnic heritage, family reunions, scrap booking and historic travel.

Family History

Family History Search Online. Free searches for 14 days. You can also download Ancestry Family Tree software for free!

National Council of the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial

The Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1803-1806 was a major event that shaped the boundaries and the very future of the United States. It is the mission of the National Council of the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial to commemorate that journey, re-kindle its spirit of discovery, and acclaim the contributions and goodwill of the native peoples.

In cooperation with state, federal, and tribal governments and all interested individuals and organizations, the Council will promote educational programs, cultural sensitivity and harmony, and the sustaining stewardship of natural and historical resources along the route of the Expedition.

Heritage Books

Heritage Books was founded in the mid-1970s with the objective of celebrating life by publishing materials of interest to history and genealogy buffs, and to do it by creating a company that would be both customer-friendly and employee friendly. is the leading resource for family history online. The site offers over 1 billion names in over 3,000 unique databases.

South County Older Residents Computer Club

SCORCC is an organization for Senior Citizens (age 55 or older) having a common interest in personal computers. After friendliness, the main quality which the members have in common is their desire to learn more about computers and the software which makes computers work. Members share their computer knowledge and experiences with newer members.

The St. Louis County Missouri Department of Human Services and the County Older Resident Programs (CORP) supports SCORCC.

Interfaith Partnership of Metropolitan St. Louis

The Interfaith Partnership of Metropolitan St. Louis, established in 1986, is made up of denominations, congregations and individuals from twenty-four faith communities.

Our mission: To provide a timely voice and a visible presence of the interfaith community; bring together people of faith for understanding, dialogue and celebration; communicate what is happening in social ministry and identify needs and stimulate responses. - Missouri

This link will take you to the Missouri page at There you will find various websites associated with the ancestory of Missourians.

Everything Catholic

The Everything Catholic Web site is dedicated to providing search capabilities on the Internet for Authentic Roman Catholic Web sites. Advertising Opportunities include the purchase of Site-wide Sponsorship, Business Listings and Conventional Ad Banners.