Russia’s aggression against Ukraine is an extremely dangerous situation that should be of concern to all Americans, said a prominent Ukrainian Catholic priest.
When Fr. Billy Kosco, pastor of St. Henry Parish, drives through Arizona’s newest city that sprawls in the shadows of the White Tank Mountains, he can point out some of the homes he and Deacon Mark Gribowski have blessed.
Joe and Charlotte Riley, a couple from Surprise, never had any children until last May. That’s when Gina Charrlin, 52, began referring to the retired couple as “Mom and Dad.”
After a night of violent confrontations between protesters and police and the deaths of more than two dozen people, Pope Francis and Ukrainian church leaders called Feb. 19 for an end to all violence and a serious commitment to dialogue for the good of Ukraine.
In the wee hours of the morning, while her husband and children peacefully slumber, Leila Miller sits bent over her computer, tapping out her latest blog post. LittleCatholicBubble.blogspot.com has thousands of followers all over the world, and not a few of them are atheists.
Bishop Nevares will celebrate a Mass Feb. 16 at St. Anne Church in Gilbert to pray for the persecuted Christians of the Middle East.
The Order of Malta sponsors the World Day of the Sick Mass each year. They also sponsor a pilgrimage to Lourdes for the sick each spring. Last year, an Order of Malta Phoenix couple met a woman who was healed from cancer in Lourdes.
Anyone who’s ever had the joy of having a houseful of teenage and 20-something males knows what I mean when I say that it’s all about the food. One local teenager stands apart from the crowd.
Pro-life supporters from all over the Valley gathered at Wesley Bolin Plaza Jan. 19 to protest the 41st anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion.
Lawyers, lawmakers, judges and politicians were on hand at St. Mary’s Basilica Jan. 14 for the annual Red Mass.