TEMPE — Auxiliary Bishop Edurado A. Nevares joined top local and national immigration experts in an immigration reform debate Dec. 14 at Rio Salado College.
On a typical evening, Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted will make his way to the rectory chapel and pray vespers by himself, silently before the Lord. The bishop kneels using a meditation bench and, since he’s praying shortly before supper, his tummy rumbles.
Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted and Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo A. Nevares joined community leaders in a call for comprehensive immigration reform Nov. 21 at the Diocesan Pastoral Center.
Lesley Manville and Sylvester McCoy star in a scene from the EchoLight Studios production "The Christmas Candle." This past June, Rick Santorum, the...
Pilgrims climbed the Temple of the Moon at Teotichuacan before traveling to see the miraculous image of Our Lady of Guadalupe. (J.D. Long-Garcia/CATHOLIC...
Pope Francis sat down with Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro for an extensive interview for the Italian Journal La Civilita Cattolica, America Magazine and other Jesuit publications. To get deeper into this much-discussed interview, The Catholic Sun sat down with Jesuit Father Edward Reese, president of Brophy College Preparatory.
There are plenty of things Karen Williams will never forget about her abortion. She remembers the abortionist’s eyes. It’s all she could see of him because his face was covered by his surgical mask.
"¡Qué viva Cristo Rey!" Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo Nevares shouted from the pulpit at San Miguel Arcangel Church in San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato. We weary pilgrims journeyed from Mexico City to the state of Guanajuato and found another beautiful town square beneath another magnificent church steeple.
Painting in the Secretariat of Education Building in historical downtown Mexico City by Raul Anguiano. Santo Domingo de Guzman, known by English speakers simply...
The Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary — the cathedral of the archdiocese of Mexico City — is built upon Aztec ruins. It was built to meet the growing needs of the growing Church in Mexico — a Church which grew thanks to the apparition of the Blessed Mother as Our Lady of Guadalupe in 1531.