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Daily Reading for Saturday, May 21st, 2022 HD

Reading 1, Acts 16:1-10 1 From there he went to Derbe, and then on to Lystra, where there was a disciple called Timothy, whose mother was Jewish and had become a believer; but his father was a Greek. 2 The brothers at Lystra and Iconium spoke well of him, 3 and Paul, who wanted to have him as a travelling companion, had him circumcised. This was on account of the Jews in the locality where everyone knew his father was a Greek. 4 As they visited one town after another, they passed on the ...

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."

St. Januarius' blood liquefies in miracle

St. Januarius' blood has liquified for the first time this year. Archbishop Domenico Battaglia of Naples opened the safe holding St. Januarius' blood on April 30 and found that it had liquified, according to Catholic News Agency. Traditionally, this miracle happens up to three times a year.

Mother's Day and the Gift of Mary as Mother

Mother's Day is on Sunday May 8, 2022. On this day, our hearts and minds rightly turn to the woman who gave us life and showed us the beauty of steadfast love throughout our entire lives. On Tuesday, March 4, 2013, my beloved mother Ellen died in her sleep. She had struggled for months as her aging body ran out of steam and cancer and heart problems drained the life from her. She never fully recovered from the loss of the love of her life, her husband and my father, Duval who died in 2001. She ...