Gina Keating

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The Diocese of Phoenix is set to strengthen its relationships with ecumenical and interfaith organizations focused on civil discourse and community initiatives in the New Year.

Realizing the importance of telling compelling stories that challenge audiences while communicating God’s truth, the John Paul II Resource Center for Theology of the Body and Culture will host its annual Celebration of Heroic Love and Life Feb. 7.

Loren Froehling walked out of Durango Jail two months ago and right into a brighter future because parked curbside was a job development office on wheels. Making the difference in the life of another person is possible each year through the Arizona Working Poor Tax Credit.

Christmas came early for children and their families attending a celebration at St. Thomas More Parish on the feast day of St. Nicholas.

The four weeks preceding the birth of Christ sanctify time and space in the hearts and homes of the faithful through a spirit of joyful anticipation marked by prayer.

The global Church will ring in a new year on the first Sunday of Advent by dedicating it to the faithful whose vows of poverty, chastity and obedience serve to illuminate heaven on earth.

A Diocese of Phoenix pioneer and missionary known as a builder of community whose love for the Church and its people reflected his infinite faith has died.

A new preschool building in east Phoenix blessed and dedicated on the feast of St. Therese of Lisieux not only bears her namesake, but serves to emulate her “little way” of spiritual childhood.

Outfielders in wheelchairs raced to get him out while the crowd cheered Turner to third base. Once he crossed home plate on the Dan Haren Miracle League Field, a baseball stadium in northeast Scottsdale, Adam Turner was the star in a field of dreams.

Off the beaten path in Yarnell, Ariz., is a tourist attraction that for more than 75 years has consoled, inspired, celebrated and mourned with visitors traveling through the old mining town. belongs to no one and to everyone. The Shrine of St. Joseph of the Mountains belongs to no one and to everyone. And today it needs anyone, anyone who can donate money to help with numerous repairs on the property. Anyone with carpentry skills to build furniture and structures lost in a fire.

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