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Ambria Hammel is the staff writer for The Catholic Sun. She began reporting for the award-winning newspaper in 2006.

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Some 1,500 men left the recent Catholic Men’s Conference affirmed in their brotherhood. The seventh annual gathering, hosted by Catholic Men’s Fellowship of Phoenix, was one of three diocesan men’s conferences held across the United States March 22.

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Our next print edition devotes seven pages to Blessed Pope John XXIII and Blessed John Paul II (#2popesaints) in honor of their upcoming canonization set for two week from tomorrow. Help this student-driven "Thank you Pope Francis" video go viral before then.

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The Arizona artist who painted an exterior mural of the Last Supper at Blessed Sacrament Parish in Tolleson roughly 20 years ago returned during Holy Week to offer touch ups. The heat and sun faded the original work, which students in the parish's first reconciliation class also helped paint.

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Francis Richardson longed for a full set of teeth so much that he created his own using a sheet of white paper and a pen. Before coming to St. Vincent de Paul late last year, Richardson estimated it had been a decade or so since he had seen a dentist.

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In honor of tomorrow's diocesan men's conference, take a look at some related articles and resources pertaining to men in the church.

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An eighth anniversary isn’t a traditional milestone to mark. But every day away from the life of human trafficking, especially sex trafficking, is worth celebrating.

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They can’t operate a motor vehicle, but 32 high school-bound eighth-graders across the Diocese of Phoenix know what drives them: a life centered on faith and service to others.

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Catholics are now well into the holy season of Lent and challenging themselves to draw closer to Christ through prayer and action.

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In honor of tomorrow's diocesan women's conference, take a look at some stories over the last year or so pertaining to women in the church. Not in the reading mood? Fr. James Kubicki reflects on respect for women.

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The world has kept a watchful eye on Pope Francis ever since seeing him on that balcony overlooking St. Peter’s Square a year ago. But once he humbly bowed and requested the people to pray for and bless him, they were hooked.

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