Parishoners at a St. Louis Catholic Church have told the archbishop “no,” in no uncertain terms – that they will not turn over control of the parish’s $9-and-a-half-Million in assets to the St. Louis Catholic Archdiocese. Parishoners at St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Church have voted 299-5 to maintain control. Archbishop Raymond Burke already has take away the two priests from the parish. He has forbidden the congregtion to practice sacraments of the Church – celebrations of the mass, burials, baptisms, and other activities. St. Stanislaus has had a lay board that has controlled the congregational assets for more than a century.