For the past four years, Monastero di San Benedetto di Norcia has made 40,000 bottles of beer a month to support their Benedictine community.
At a recent Religion News Association conference in Silver Spring, Md., four women from four different faiths spoke candidly about obstacles and oppression in religions.
Eco Catholic: Catholic Charities agencies joined emergency response efforts in coastal communities in four states as residents began returning to assess the damage from Hurricane Matthew.
Conversations with Sr. Camille: Jacqueline Jill-Rito regularly Skypes Afghan youth and invites the participation of American teens and others to help promote understanding and peace.
Young Voices: A high school football player speaks about standing up to injustice by taking a knee.
Eco Catholic: With Hurricane Matthew approaching, Miami Archbishop Thomas Wenski asked all South Florida parishes to include prayers for those affected in their daily Masses in the days ahead.
Just Catholic: Getting arrested can wreck your whole day. And night, if you are in Okeechobee, Fla.
Column: Compromise may be anathema in a religious sphere, but it is the way things get done in the political one.
In a recent interview about the state of Haiti before the now-postponed national elections, Cardinal Chibly Langlois avoided overt talk of politics. Appointed in 2014, he made clear that Haiti's economic challenges remain serious.
My father, who died last night, was a saint. I do not say this in a manner of speaking or as a figure of speech. I say it with all the facticity with which I can say that I have a cup of coffee at hand.