Sacred Heart parishioners in Prescott remain steadfast in service to Christ and others as they heal from tragedy and loss.
In joyful expectation, Catholics throughout the world wonder, wait and prepare for the coming of the Lord during the four weeks of Advent.
Long before making Arizona his permanent residence in 2000, Isaiah “Kit” Marshall grew up reading the adventures of Kit Carson as a young boy in Cleveland, Ohio.
His legal name is John David Long-Garcia, but family still refer to him in the abbreviated form, JohnDa. You may recognize his byline as J.D., whose body of work in The Catholic Sun earned him the honor of being named Journalist of the Year by the Arizona Newspaper Association.
It was Dominican friar Johann Tetzel who gave indulges a bad rap when he began selling them in Germany, which gave Luther more fuel to stoke the Reformation fire.
For the past 20 years, Sr. Jean Steffes, CSA, wrote about — and was part of — the history of the Diocese of Phoenix through her many roles and responsibilities.
John Burgess left his home in Wisconsin where he and his wife lived for 34 years to take a job in Arizona, a state he felt would surely run out of water.
In what continues to be a paradox in an immoral society, celibacy in the Roman Catholic priesthood is not a doctrine of the Church, but a discipline.
As the fiscal year comes to an end, the 2013 Charity and Development Appeal is working hard to hit its $8.1 million goal by June 30.
José Robles, director of Hispanic Ministry for the Diocese of Phoenix who championed the rights of immigrants, died May 26.