His authoritative voice is familiar to listeners of Catholic radio: Patrick Coffin, host of EWTN’s “Catholic Answers Live,” will speak Jan. 25 at the annual fundraiser for the John Paul II Resource Center for Theology of the Body and Culture.
More than four decades after 'Roe' legalized abortion in the United States, the teens and young adults of the 1970's pro-life movement are all grown up — and still fighting for life.
Gerard Catholic High School students, including a high school-aged Joyce Coronel third from right, protest abortion at the Arizona State Capitol, circa 1980....
A local man has helped dream up a way for coffee lovers to support the pro-life cause every time they enjoy a cup o’ joe.
The Valley’s first Catholic radio station in Spanish, En Familia 740 AM, is celebrating its first anniversary Jan. 15-22.
Two local Catholic universities have established the first local scholarship fund for Catholic higher education in Phoenix.
A Jan. 11 Mass at St. Timothy Parish in Mesa is being held to pray for the repose of the souls of 750 unidentified migrants who died in Arizona’s Sonora Desert between 2001 and 2013.
Pro-life leaders from around the Diocese of Phoenix were treated to a preview Dec. 13 of “Gimme Shelter,” a film that chronicles the story of Apple Bailey, a young girl who flees from her drug-addicted, prostitute mother and seeks help from her biological father.
Lawyers, elected officials, canonists and judges will gather Jan. 14 at St. Mary’s Basilica to take part in the annual “Red Mass,” sponsored by the St. Thomas More Society and the Diocese of Phoenix.
He’s a cradle Catholic and she’s a former atheist. Together, Steve and Becky Greene hope to reach local Catholics, fallen-away Catholics, those of other denominations and non-believers alike with the message of the New Evangelization.