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TEMPE — Stories of daring pioneers who headed west to brave the frontier are myriad, but similar feats in 2018 are not so common. Enter Ryan Hanning, his wife Rebecca, and the couple’s nine children.
He founded the largest Catholic Studies program at University of St. Thomas in Minnesota. It has since spread to places like University of Mary-Tempe.
Would you be surprised to learn that for the first time in U.S. history, the vast majority of Americans don’t make adequate plans for the burial of their deceased loved ones?
In 1878, five intrepid Benedictine sisters traveled to the plains of North Dakota to establish St. Mary’s Academy, which served 21 boarders and 80 students in three tightly packed classrooms their first year.
On a recent pilgrimage with about 30 students to San Xavier Del Bac Mission near Tucson, one of the students remarked “being here on a pilgrimage gives me a new sense of this place.”
The state’s four private Catholic institutions of higher education Catholic Universities of Arizona formed a coalition to support each other’s mission and to help students of all faiths complete a meaningful and values-based education.
So here we are in America's fifth most populous city and let me tell you, for two journalists from Phoenix, we are finding stories wherever we go.
Among those streaming into the Pennsylvania Convention Center for the opening Mass were 30 Dominican nuns from Tennessee.
¿Qué resulta cuando combinas ocho niños, dos padres y un viaje de 2,300 millas en una van de 10 pasajeros?.
What do you get when you mix eight children, two parents and a 2,300-mile journey in a 10-passenger van? The Hanning family of Mesa is about to find out.