The Catholic Sun

The Catholic Sun is the official source of news for the Diocese of Phoenix. We share in the mission of evangelizing the Catholic faithful by providing news, information, education, a forum for discussion and guidance in matters of faith, morals and spiritual life.

Four junior rowers at Xavier College Preparatory captured their school's first national crew championship in Camden, New Jersey May 23.

On April 3, the Arizona Legislature adjourned sine die at 3:37 a.m. after spending 81 days in session. The session was extremely fast-paced and...


John Haas, a volunteer with Circle the City, created this documentary chronicling Phoenix efforts to bridge a hospital's homeless patients with the proper place and home to heal. Guardian Angels are always on the job, even when they are in school. Family Theater Productions’ newest faith-based short film features two young spirits...

No two souls are called to serve God in the exact same way. This was illustrated at the first “FIAT Discernment Morning for Women”...

Benedictine University at Mesa’s 12 graduating students, comprising its first graduating class, received diplomas May 16.

Catholics in Carefree and Cave Creek are mourning the loss of Fr. Herbert Hauck. He passed away May 13 at the age of 76.


Maggie's Place has supported more than 500 women through pregnancy and parenting in its growing network of houses of hospitality that use core staff and volunteers to help moms reach personal goals and embrace them in a community filled with love and dignity.


Mixed Voces shares a message from Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted about the vocation of motherhood. The message is in English with Spanish subtitles.

The Phoenix-based Harlem Globetrotters stopped at the Vatican today for what could be one of its largest audiences yet in its 90-year history.


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