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The sinister tax that drives people to quit the Church

In Germany, if you are baptized or Jewish, you must pay a monthly tax. The effect of this policy is driving people away from the church and synagogue. A few other faith communities, such as Muslims, are exempt.

Celebrate Sunday Mass - 1.23.22

The video for Sunday's Mass will be available to view on Sunday morning.

'God is not afraid of our sins, he is greater than our sins'

Pope Francis has encouraged people to encounter God's mercy in the Sacrament of Reconciliation, with a reminder that the tender forgiveness of God is greater than the "ugliest" sin.

Do you know what 'The Greatest Meat on Earth' tastes like?

Montana Ranch and Cattle Company's exceptional taste comes from how beef is raised, prepared, and delivered. That's what makes Montana Ranch and Cattle meat, The Greatest Meat on Earth. We focus on quality and provide you, our discriminating customers, with memorable dining experiences.

One reason you want to start watching sunsets in the weeks to come

Here's the one reason why you'll want to take in a sunset over the next several weeks. We assure you, it's going to be worth it.

'I Have A Dream': Martin Luther King's powerful words still relevant today

One of Martin Luther King Jr.'s most recognized addresses is his "I Have a Dream" speech. Pope Francis assures that MLK's dream of "harmony and equality for all people," is still very relevant today, over 50 years later.

Sister Mary Antona Ebo: The Nun who Witnessed The Life and Death of Martin Luther King Jr.

Sister Mary Antona Ebo was the only black Catholic nun who marched with civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. in Selma, Alabama, in 1965.

Celebrate Sunday Mass - 1.16.22

The video for this Sunday's Mass will be available to view on Sunday morning.

Supreme Court strikes down vaccine mandate

The Supreme Court blocked President Biden's sweeping vaccine mandate on Thursday, stopping the administration from forcing the rule on private companies. The mandate will remain for some medical facilities.

Let Us Take A Moment Of Silence: Pope Francis prays for those who lost all hope during pandemic

At his Jan. 12 general audience in the Vatican's Paul VI Hall, the pope asked for a moment's silence for workers who took their lives after losing their jobs amid the pandemic.