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Archbishop Cordileone bars Nancy Pelosi from Communion until she ends abortion support

Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone announced on Friday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi should not be admitted to Holy Communion in the Archdiocese of San Francisco, nor should she present herself to receive the Eucharist, until she publicly repudiates her support for abortion.

How Montana Ranch and Cattle Approaches Challenges in Sustainability

Despite many benefits of pastured livestock, a major hurdle exists for farmers working on a small, sustainable scale to bring their products to consumers' plates: a lack of independent processing and distribution infrastructure. The lack of facilities is a major logistical and financial challenge for small farmers; and many point to processing costs as one of their biggest expenses. Visit the Montana Ranch and Cattle Company

Pope Francis launches international educational movement

Pope Francis formally launched an international educational movement on Thursday in the presence of U2 singer Bono.

Welcome to the Vineyard of the Lord!

When it comes to working for the Lord, one thing is clear. It does not matter when you start, as long as it is NOW.

Pope Francis' special bond with newly canonized, St. Charles de Foucauld

Pope Francis canonized 10 new saints on May 15, 2022, and of those 10 saints, Charles de Foucauld was one of them.

New Saints: Pope Francis canonizes 10 new saints to the Catholic Church

Pope Francis on Sunday recognized 10 new saints of the Catholic Church during a canonization Mass in St. Peter's Square.

How one company is raising the world's greatest meat for your table

To produce the world's greatest meat, you need good grass. This means our farmers must be good land managers. The relationship between the food you eat and the land where it's grown makes a difference. Visit the Montana Ranch and Cattle Company

War's deadly distractions

War is deadly. While this is an obvious fact regarding those who fight, it is less obvious regarding the life and death plight of many noncombatants trapped within battle zones.

Do you have questions about your Catholic faith?

Do you have questions about your Catholic faith? Great! Questions are a good sign. They mean you're thinking, and that's what you're supposed to do. God gave each person the capacity of reason, so we might question all things. And what happens when we question everything? Something amazing!

The Best Legacy We Can Leave

Speaking during his general audience on May 11, the pope said that retirement can be a "time to leave a good legacy of wisdom, tenderness, and gifts for the family and the community."