“Mass Mobs” to bring more Catholics to urban churches

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - Arch-Bishop Robert Carlson presided over a special mass on Sunday. The "Mass Mob" held in North City was the first in a series of masses offered at historic Catholic churches around the city of St. Louis.  The goal is to bring people from across the region to worship together.

The events are part of a nationwide movement aimed at generating support for urban churches. It's called a "Mass Mob" which is  a spin-off of the "Flash Mob" sensation.  sensation.

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